|Academic field||Management and administration (ISCED 345)
Social studies (JACS L000)
|Nominal duration||3,5 (210 ECTS)|
|Awards||Bachelor (Bachelor of Management)|
|Tuition fee||€2,160.00 per year|
|Application fee||€100.00 one-time
High school / secondary education (or higher)
Grade in mathematics
The entry qualification documents are accepted in the following languages: English / Lithuanian.
Often you can get a suitable transcript from your school. If this is not the case, you will need official translations along with verified copies of the original.
Mykolas Romeris University, Ateities st. 20, LT-08303, Vilnius, Lithuania
English language proficiency – the level not lower than B1 (following the Common Framework of Reference for Language approved by the Council of Europe). Distant English language level test is organized for those, who do not have IELTS, TOEFL or other internationally recognized certificates.
Specific requirements for Non-EU applicants:
Notarized letter of guarantee from parents/sponsors and the Certificate/Letter from a bank about their financial abilities.
The aim of the study programme Tourism Management and Heritage is to train specialists who would know the principles of sustainable tourism management and the particularity of cultural and natural heritage as well as having the ability to apply the acquired knowledge in practice and to identify, analyse and solve problems in the fields of public administration, heritage management, tourism marketing and service management, implementation of innovations, sustainable tourism development in regions, and who would be competent to work in competitive and international environment, manage critical situations, solve conflicts and make timely and independent solutions. Students having graduated the aforementioned study programme possess the following competencies.
The content of the study programme and its orientation to heritage studies and development opportunities to cultural and natural tourism are universal, which leads to wide career alternatives for graduates of the programme. Future workplaces include not only regional, national, departmental, private or special purpose museums and parks but also publishing houses, institutions of heritage protection, travel agencies, tourist information centres, art galleries and centres, governmental and non-governmental organisations, embassies and other institutions, public administration entities, consultancy firms providing advice or assistance on heritage adjustment to the purposes of tourism, national and international organisations responsible for the protection of heritage. Future workplaces are tourism agencies and travel organisation companies (there are 282 of them employing more than 2 000 people). To work in any of the mentioned potential future workplaces students will be required to possess competencies in heritage and tourism management.