BA in Tourism
BA in Tourism
Higher Secondary School
a) Application form, duly completed
b) Declaration, on oath, that the candidate does not hold the Portuguese nationality;
c)Higher Secondary Examination certificate, including grades (Document certifying the holder of a qualification obtained in the origin country, may entitle the candidate to apply for admission in that country’s Higher Education, with classifications). This document must be recognized by a Public Portuguese High School
d) Document certifying the completion of the exams equivalents to students admitted under the general regime of admission and accession in terms of their level and contents tested, as well as with the respective classification;
e) Document certifying the level of knowledge of Portuguese or English according to the language used in the course the applicant is applying for;
f) Copy of the passport or another legally equivalent document;
g) Passport-type photograph;
If the diploma’s language is not Portuguese nor English, an official translation into one of these languages must be offered as well.
The growing importance of tourism requires highly-educated specialists, who are able to respond to the challenges of this innovative sector with sustainable planning and development, and the conception and implementation of entrepreneurial projects. The teaching staff have strong links to the field of heritage and culture, and experience in tourism and regional development. As a result, the course is practical and relevant, with some classes taught in tourism hot spots.
The growing importance of tourism at the socio-economic level and employability requires technicians with top formation capable of responding to the challenges of a sector that seeks innovative tourism a sustainable tourism planning and development and construction and operation of entrepreneurial projects.
- Creation of tourism itineraries;
- Creation and development of new products;
- Market studies;
- Tourism promotion;
- Tourism operators and travel agencies;
- Tourism service companies;
- Theme parks and transportation companies;
- Central, regional and local government agencies connected to tourism, organization and event management companies and tourism animation companies;
- Transportation companies;