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IAE Savoie Mont Blanc

Benefit from academic excellence & professional key players to design an array of skills that are critical for employability and success in international tourism. Business games, real cases, consulting missions, a problem-solving approach, hands-on experience in managerial issues are at the core of the ITM transformative experience!


The Master in Tourism is based on high-level education in the field of tourism in the broad sense and is coupled with a strong professional orientation. Through internships, professional projects, field seminars, innovative teaching techniques, and a varied team of speakers, the Tourism Masters aims to provide students with the skills necessary for the professions of tomorrow.

Discover the strengths and specificities of this training by watching this video presenting studies in tourism at the university.

The educational objectives of the Tourism master are quadruple. 

For the student, this involves acquiring transversal knowledge in management (Finance, HRM, etc.), mastering two foreign languages ​​(English + German / Spanish / Italian), mastering study and research techniques, and acquiring skills specific to the field of tourism, hospitality and events.

On a professional level, the objective of the master's degree in Tourism is to prepare students for executive positions (Management, communication, marketing, finance, etc.) in all types of organisations. It also offers students the opportunity to prepare for teaching and research professions.


Our International Tourism Management master’s degree is a full semester workload taught in English (semester 10 / 30 ECTS) - with double diploma possibilities with Bicocca Milano, URJC Madrid, HHeilbronn-, up-to-the-minute mix of specialist lectures, interactive seminars and case-studies in real-life projects for major tourism operators.
*(Semesters 7 and 8 are taught in French + English +German/Italian/Spanish, semester 9 is spent abroad)*

The courses evolve to integrate a reinforced specialisation over the semesters. The courses are organised around four domains: fundamental courses in management, two foreign languages, research and consulting, and specialised courses.

The first year begins with transversal management courses to gradually move towards more courses. The first year of the programme is devoted both to fundamental disciplinary lessons and to expert lessons related to tourism. The second year of the programme is almost exclusively devoted to specific exerptise.

The curriculum also offers courses in research and consulting methods in order to develop abilities to consider a problem, to review literature, conceptualise and build a research approach, to collect and analyse data, as well as present results.

All the courses have an actual professional approach thanks to a consulting project throughout the year of Master 1 and a 6-month internship in Master 2 semester 10.

The international dimension is particularly important in the International Tourism master. Good command of two foreign languages is required: English, as semester 10 is entirely taught in English, and German / Spanish / Italian - which will be replaced by French as a Foreign Language classes for international students during semester 10. Semester 9 is a semester abroad for USMB students, who study at ITMN partner universities.


IAE Université Savoie Mont Blanc

With its 15,000 students, Université Savoie Mont Blanc is a human-sized university with international atmosphere thanks to its cross-border location in the French Alps, just one hour from Switzerland and Italy.



2 years


Chambéry, France




International Tourism
Management skills
Business approach, business games
Master’s dissertation


Destination management
Cross cultural understanding
Tourism marketing
Team perfomance
Creative leadership
Project management

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