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Master's degree in Leisure Management

Programme

 

  • Duration: 9 months of class days, from October to June
  • Master´s Final Project Defence: In June
  • Overall framework: 60 ECTS. Full time: Taughtsessions
  • Number of vacancies: 30
  • Language: Spanish*
  • Internships: A minimum of 200 hoursis compulsory
  • Degree: Master's degree in Leisure Management, Culture, Tourism, Sport and Recreation
  • Venue: University of Deusto, Bilbao campus
  • Faculty: Faculty of Social and Human Sciences.

 

Calendar and subjects 2019-2020  

Calendar for submission, review and revision of works

Aims

The Master’s programme leads to an official Spanish diploma in Leisure Management: Culture, Tourism, Sport and Recreation. Offered since 1989/1990, it is designed to train competent professionals in line with the needs of the current social panorama which regards leisure as a first-rate value, on which much of citizens' well-being and quality of life depends, as well as the political, economic and social development of contemporary societies.

Programme

 

  • Duration: 9 months of class days, from October to June
  • Master´s Final Project Defence: In June
  • Overall framework: 60 ECTS. Full time: Taughtsessions
  • Number of vacancies: 30
  • Language: Spanish*
  • Internships: A minimum of 200 hoursis compulsory
  • Degree: Master's degree in Leisure Management, Culture, Tourism, Sport and Recreation
  • Venue: University of Deusto, Bilbao campus
  • Faculty: Faculty of Social and Human Sciences.

 

Calendar and subjects 2019-2020  

Calendar for submission, review and revision of works

Aims

The Master’s programme leads to an official Spanish diploma in Leisure Management: Culture, Tourism, Sport and Recreation. Offered since 1989/1990, it is designed to train competent professionals in line with the needs of the current social panorama which regards leisure as a first-rate value, on which much of citizens' well-being and quality of life depends, as well as the political, economic and social development of contemporary societies.