The Master program is primarily aimed at students who hold a degree in Tourism, Geography or other similar disciplines. The Academic Committee could assess the incorporation of candidates from other related disciplines that did not require additional training.

 The master is fully taught in English. For this reason, all candidates must be in command of the language skills equivalent to the B2 level in English.

 All applicants will be evaluated on the basis of the following criteria:

- Academic transcript (performance and average mark) in the undergraduate degree (60%)

- Medium-high level command of the English language (10%)

- Curriculum Vitae (20%)

- A mission statement with personal motivation and reasons for studying this master (10%)

The Academic Committee of the master is the responsible for the student’s admission.

For students with special needs or disabilities their admittance will be in accordance with the Organic Law 4/2007 of 12th April, on the inclusion of people with disabilities in universities. Positive action measures to ensure access of these students to the Master will be provided when they meet the conditions in the current regulations.


Links to:

 Documents and deadlines

 Application forms

 Students with foreign degrees

Please do not hesitate to contact us for any doubt about your personal qualifications.

If you think you have the specific academic requirements for the MTMP admission please follow the steps for your admission at the Centre for Postgraduate Studies