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Hochschule Bremen


International Studies of Leisure and Tourism M.A.

Course leaflet as pdf document

Course Start
summer semester

Deadline for Application
Jannuary 15th (omissions exepted)

Entry Requirements
- a first degree (Bachelor) in Applied Leisure Science or Tourism Management or a related degree course (e.g. leisure education, tourism geography, landscape planning),
- with at least an overall average grade of “good” (2,5) / (ECTSGrades A-C)
- and minimum 210 ECTS credit points or equivalent achievements in the respective country’s grading system including a practical phase in the leisure or tourism sector with a duration of least 20 weeks.
- Proof of excellent English language skills (B1 Level of the Common European Language Framework). Foreign applicants have to either provide proof that English was the medium of instruction of their degree course or alternatively provide a recognised English language test certificate such as TOEFL / IELTS or CPE.
- Proof of German language skills (Goethe-Zertifikat C1 oder C2,DSH 2 or 3, TestDaF 16 Points)

Course Duration
3 semesters, including Master Thesis

Language of instruction
German
Information about German language certificates for international applicants

Degree
Master of Arts

Faculty
  • 3 - Social Sciences and Media Studies

  • Contact Person
    for enquires on course content:
    Name Phone E-Mail
    Hartmann, Rainer, Prof. Dr. +49 421 5905 2734  send
    for enquires on application and admission procedures:
    Name Phone E-Mail
    Nordenholt, Marion +49 421 5905 2355  send

    Regulations and Guidelines

  • Examination Regulations


    Tuition fees
    none

    Transfer from 6-semester Bachelor programs
    Before admission, applicants who graduated in a 6-semester Bachelor program with 180 ECTS, have to submit a certificate of successful completion of additional modules of a Bachelor program (30 ECTS). Alternatively, proof of a professionally relevant practical placement of at least 20 weeks in length as well as a scientific report (in English) can be submitted.

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