January intake for the Masters in Responsible Tourism Management

Successful tourism development now is widely accepted to require holistic management and the application of sustainable principles. Career professionals can take a Master in Responsible Tourism Management at Leeds Metropolitan University through a specially designed distance learning programme supported by the International Centre for Responsible Tourism – Australia. You can take the course over three years (or less) at a cost of £1, 500 per year which includes study and mentoring. Learn more about the course and watch Professor Harold Goodwin introduce the course.

The MSc Responsible Tourism Management course is a fully accredited, government recognised course with 90ECTS credits, in accordance with the European academic structure (Bologna process).
This is the only course certified by the United Nations World Tourism Organization TEDQUAL programme fully dedicated to responsible tourism.

The International Centre for Responsible Tourism-Australia provides assistance to enroll in the course and offers local mentoring. Call Christopher Warren, director of the International Centre for Responsible Tourism-Australia to discuss the course content and how the distance learning process works (02) 4465 1408.