Study in Italy Undergraduate & Graduate student

Master (Laurea Magistrale) in Cultural Heritage and Creativity for tourism and territorial development

The Master Degree Course faces the issue of the tourism-territorial system development by focusing at cultural heritage and cultural and creative enterprises as agents of sustainable, integrated and lasting development.

The Course aims to train Professionals with a highly interdisciplinary preparation in the cultural tourism sector, based on the enhancement of cultural heritage and creativity as development engines of the territorial and touristic system also with a view to sustainability, climate change effects and integration with the environmental and natural heritage.

Lessons will provide students with an innovative learning and training proposal, which combines theoretical preparation with applied teaching method also thanks to the laboratories and to the cooperation of external professionals.

Admission requirements

Prospective students will be interviewed by a commission that will evaluate their competence and motivation. 
In order to access the interview, prospective students will need to be in possession of the following requisite:

Bachelor Degree in humanities or economics-management-legal areas, including B.A. obtained from an Arts Academy, Music Conservatory, or, alternatively, Bachelor Degree in other areas with a minimum amount of 48 CFU covering at least three of the following Disciplinary areas (listed here along with their related scientific sectors in the Italian system):

  • History
    L‐ANT/02 Storia greca; L‐ANT/03 Storia romana; L‐ANT/07 Archeologia classica; L‐ANT/08 Archeologia cristiana e medievale; M‐STO/01 Storia medievale; M‐STO/02 Storia moderna; M‐STO/04 Storia contemporanea; M‐STO/06 Storia delle religioni; SECS‐P/12 Storia economica
  • Art History
    L‐ART/01 Storia dell’arte medievale; L‐ART/02 Storia dell’arte moderna; L‐ART/03 Storia dell’arte contemporanea; L‐ART/04 Museologia e critica artistica e del restauro Media and Performing Arts; L‐ART/05 Discipline dello spettacolo; L-ART/06 Cinema, fotografia e televisione; L‐ART/07 Musicologia e storia della musica
  • Foreign Languages
    L‐LIN/04 Lingua e traduzione lingua francese; L‐LIN/07 Lingua e traduzione lingua spagnola; L‐LIN/09 Lingua e traduzione lingue portoghese e brasiliana; L‐LIN/12 Lingua e traduzione lingua inglese; L‐LIN/14 Lingua e traduzione lingua tedesca
  • Economy and Management
    SECS‐P/01 Economia politica; SECS‐P/02 Politica economica; SECS‐P/07 Economia aziendale; SECS‐P/08 Economia e gestione delle imprese; SECS‐P/10 Organizzazione aziendale
  • Law and Social Sciences
    IUS/01 Diritto privato; IUS/04 Diritto commerciale; IUS/06 Diritto della navigazione; IUS/09 Istituzioni di diritto pubblico; IUS/13 Diritto internazionale; IUS/14 Diritto dell’unione europea; M‐PSI/05 Psicologia sociale; SECS‐S/03 Statistica economica; SECS‐S/05 Statistica sociale; SPS/07 Sociologia generale; SPS/08 Sociologia dei processi culturali e comunicativi; SPS/09 Sociologia dei processi economici e del lavoro; SPS/10 Sociologia dell’ambiente e del territorio
  • Geography
    BIO/07 Ecologia; GEO/04 Geografia fisica e geomorfologia; ICAR/06 Topografia e cartografia; ICAR/15 Architettura del paesaggio; M‐GGR/01 Geografia; M‐GGR/02 Geografia economico‐politica; SECS‐S/04 Demografia

The commission will evaluate the candidates’ applications on the ground of the submitted documents. These documents will include:

  • Copy of the Bachelor degree or equivalent
  • Prospective students’ CV, with the full list of exams
  • If present, certification of proficiency in English
  • Cover letter illustrating the student’s motivation for applying
  • Interviews will be held once a year remotely or on-site and will be public. The course’s staff will post dates and places of the interviews on the website