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Royal Roads University (BC) 10/14/2020: MA in Tourism Management
Wed, October 14, 2020 | 12:00 PM - 01:00 PM
The following Humber graduates are eligible for this program(s): Hospitality Tourism Ops Mgt Grad Cert
We are thrilled to announce the launch of our new MA in Tourism Management specialization options! Our new Specializations in Disaster & Emergency Management and Social Entrepreneurship will add an edge to your already unique MA in Tourism Management (MATM) degree - they are designed to encourage you to think more strategically, innovate, and lead change within the tourism industry. Together, we can create the future of tourism through research, recovery, and reskilling the industry.
Join the School of Tourism and Hospitality director, Dr. Eugene Thomlinson, and professor, Lee Sentes, on October 14th for a webinar on our new MATM specialization in Social Entrepreneurship. This specialization is created for changemakers and those who want to influence the way we conduct business in tourism. Social entrepreneurship is about re-envisioning how organizations situate themselves within communities, which is becoming increasingly important for the tourism industry. Creating and leading organizations, social entrepreneurs strive to advance social and environmental change through innovative business practices. Eugene and Lee will discuss how this specialization fits into the MATM and why having tourism professionals who are able to approach tourism through an entrepreneurial lens will help bring positive changes to the industry.
We encourage you to register even if you are unable to attend. Everyone who registers will receive a link to the webinar recording.
Date: Wednesday, October 14, 2020
Time: 9:00 am - 10:00 am (Pacific)
If you have any questions, contact an enrolment advisor at 1.877.778.6227 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Humber continually develops articulation agreements with institutions all over the world. Partners offer credit transfer opportunities to Humber students to move from diploma-to-Bachelor’s degree, or graduate certificate-to-Master’s degree. In turn, Humber welcomes articulation partnerships to encourage qualified international students to gain advanced entry into Humber programs. Pathways recognize previous relevant learning and allow students to advance their education in a shorter period of time.
|Australia||Macquarie University||Sydney||Articulation (Est. 2018)|
|Griffith University||Nathan||Articulation (Est. 2016)|
|Croatia||Algebra University College||Zagreb||Articulation (Est. 2019)|
|Denmark||VIA University College||Horsens||Articulation (Est. 2017)|
|Finland||JAMK University of Applied Sciences||Jyväskylä||Articulation (Est. 2019)|
|Germany||Cologne Business School||Cologne||Articulation (Est. 2019)|
|Ireland||Institute of Technology Carlow||Carlow||Articulation (Est. 2018)|
|Letterkenny Institute of Technology||Letterkenny||Articulation (Est. 2016)|
|Athlone Institute of Technology||Athlone||Articulation (Est. 2016)|
|Institute of Technology Carlow||Carlow||Articulation (Est. 2016)|
|Dundalk Institute of Technology||Dundalk||Articulation (Est. 2016)|
|Limerick Institute of Technology||Limerick||Articulation (Est. 2016)|
|Technological University Dublin||Tallaght||Articulation (Est. 2016)|
|Waterford Institute of Technology||Waterford||Articulation (Est. 2016)|
|Institute of Technology Tralee||Tralee||Articulation (Est. 2018)|
|Institute of Technology Blanchardstown||Dublin||Articulation (Est. 2016)|
|Cork Institute of Technology||Cork||Articulation (Est. 2016)|
|New Zealand||Eastern Institute of Technology||Napier||Articulation (Est. 2019)|
|St. Vincent and Grenadines||Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Community College||Villa||Articulation (Est. 2017)|
|United Kingdom||Nottingham Trent University||Nottingham||Articulation (Est. 2018)|
|University of Westminster||London||Articulation (Est. 2018)|
|University of Westminster||London||Articulation (Est. 2017)|
|Robert Gordon University||Aberdeen||Articulation (Est. 2016)|
|Robert Gordon University||Aberdeen||Articulation (Est. 2018)|
|Queen Margaret University||Edinburgh||Articulation (Est. 2018)|
|Nottingham Trent University||Nottingham||Articulation (Est. 2019)|
|University of Salford||Salford||Articulation (Est. 2018)|
|University of Gloucestershire||Cheltenham||Articulation (Est. 2017)|
|The University of Leicester||Leicester||Articulation (Est. 2017)|
|The University of Sunderland||Sunderland||Articulation (Est. 2018)|
|University of Gloucestershire||Cheltenham||Articulation (Est. 2019)|
|Abertay University||Dundee||Articulation (Est. 2019)|
|Queen Margaret University||Edinburgh||Articulation (Est. 2019)|
|Garthdee House||Aberdeen||Articulation (Est. 2016)|
|Garthdee House||Aberdeen||Articulation (Est. 2018)|