Design & Management of Heritage Sites
Modality: Presencial
Lasting: 3 or 4 weeks (Summer School)
Languages: Spanish, English

Program Essentials

Type of Course: Summer

Area of Study

Tourism Heritage, Design of Heritage Sites, Museum Management, Financial Management

Year: 2018


Heritage is often defined as our roots, our collective memory. Heritage gives shape to the distinctive character of a country, nation, ethnic group and, finally, an individual. The process of globalization coupled with a strong consumer culture brings forth the reconsidering of socio-cultural values, making people strive to find their singularity and authenticity. In this context, the problem of the protection of heritage sites and their effective management takes on special attention. Tourism thus becomes one of the main facilitators and providers of cultural, natural and historical heritage. Nowadays, for successful management of museums, natural parks, heritage monuments and other tourism sites, the necessities of the visitors must be studied and analyzed before, during and after the visit.
This program will provide essential insight into the general components and particular aspects of the design and management of tourism heritage sites.

Key words: tourism heritage, touristic development, management, sustainability


Monday 02 July 2018 (with lodging: arrival on Sunday 01 July 2018)


Thursday 19 July 2018 (3 weeks option) / 26 July 2018 (4 weeks option) (with lodging: departure either on Friday 20 July or Friday 27 July)

Deadline for Application: 31 May 2018

(10% Early Bird Discount for payments done before 15 May 2018)


Undergraduate Students, Graduate Students or Young Professionals

Accreditation of Languages: Level of English or Spanish - Intermediate (B1-B2)


4 ECTS (3 weeks option) / 10 ECTS (4 weeks option)

Language: English/ Spanish

Hours of Instruction

75 (3 weeks option) / 90 (4 weeks option), including lectures, professional activities.

Other Sessions Available: Winter School 2019/ Summer School 2019

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Tourism Management – Semester Program

Remarks: Courses are subject to change.