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A part time 60 ECTS programme
- in Travel and Tourism Management

This is a 60 ECTS credits programme in Travel and Tourism Management. It is given as a part time on-line study, i.e. a one-year program at 50% speed. The program will start again in Februari 2015 and finish in June 2016. All lectures and course work are conducted on-line, via Lapinakampus Open Moodle, so your location is of no influence on your study opportunity.

The program can be a single 60 ECTS credits programme on its own and it is suitable for those who are going to work in tourism enterprises or tourism administration organizations. It can also be a part of a Bachelor degree programme, combined with a two-year program of your own choice (the combination of courses has to be accepted by your university). Admission requirements are the same as for traditional university studies, but a good command of English is important, as all lectures and student work are conducted in English. For details see Apply

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No tuition fee

The program is free of charge, i.e. no tuition fee has to be paid. There will be expenses for course literature and for computers and internet access in order to attend the lectures.

Cooperation between universities

This program is a cooperation between Harstad University College in Norway, Lapland University of Applied Sciences in Finland, and Northern Arctic Federal University in Russia. It is part of University of the Arctic (UA) and it is the first program in the area of Travel and Tourism for the UA.

Who can participate, and what do you get back?

The program can be a single 60 ECTS credits program on its own and it is suitable for those who are going to work in tourism enterprises or tourism administration organizations. It can also be a part of a Bachelor degree programme, combined with a two year program of your own choice (the combination of courses has to be accepted by your university). Our study programme is designed as part of the future Master degree programme in the area of travel and tourism run by the University of the Arctic.