Tourism Development & Culture (Erasmus Mundus Joint Master) (Dumfries Campus) MSc
Founded in 1451 this is one of the ancient universities of Scotland and ranks in the top 100 of the World University Rankings (Times Higher Education). The Dumfries Campus was established in 1998 and hosts the School of Interdisciplinary Studies, which has academic expertise in tourism, including social science, environmental science, and historical approaches to tourism development and culture.
One of the oldest universities in Scandinavia, founded in 1666, Lund ranks in the top 100 of the World University Rankings (Times Higher Education). The Helsingborg campus hosts the Department of Service Management and Service Studies that includes a focus on service industries and management. Academic expertise includes sustainability, creativity and innovation in the tourism and travel industries.
This is the only university on Malta, established in 1769. There is a strong research and teaching tradition linked to culture in terms of historical and social science approaches, and within the Institute for Tourism, Travel and Culture there is specific academic expertise in cultural tourism analysis, research, traditions and policy.
ISCTE-IUL was established in Lisbon in 1972 as ISCTE and became University Institute Lisbon (IUL) in 2009. This public university pursuing teaching, research and community service activities plays a major role in educating qualified specialists and personnel, whose cultural, scientific and technical skills enable them to contribute to sustainable development both at the national and the global level. With approximately 9000 students it is proud to be one of the most dynamic and innovative universities in the country.