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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

Master’s final project

The Master´s degree concludes with the student´s research project. It is an individual work on a freely chosen subject. Students´ projects are monitored by their faculty advisor during the research, and group tutorials are held in class

Students will defend their Master´s Final Project before a committee which will assess format (fulfilment of the established criteria),content (formulation of the problem, execution of the study and conclusions) and the defence (oral presentation, synthesis capacity and the resources used).
 

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

Master’s final project

The Master´s degree concludes with the student´s research project. It is an individual work on a freely chosen subject. Students´ projects are monitored by their faculty advisor during the research, and group tutorials are held in class

Students will defend their Master´s Final Project before a committee which will assess format (fulfilment of the established criteria),content (formulation of the problem, execution of the study and conclusions) and the defence (oral presentation, synthesis capacity and the resources used).