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BA - Bachelor of Arts in Leisure & Tourism Management

Undergraduate Program in Barcelona
BA - Bachelor of Arts in Leisure & Tourism Management

Tourism is the fastest growing industry in today’s business world. You will get an in-depth and practical understanding of marketing, product development, event management and sustainability, as it applies to leisure and tourism. This overview of key business areas ensures that you gain a global understanding of the industry while case studies in tourism allow you to apply your knowledge to real-world scenarios.

Learning Outcomes

This bachelor’s program focuses on the economics, tourism and leisure management, research and communication areas within leisure and tourism. Throughout their studies, students will:





Assess sustainability in a tourism organization or hotel.

Understand the most important facet of the hospitality industry customer service.

Research major trends and assess their potential impact on the industry.

Show an appreciation of contemporary global issues and how they relate to the tourism and leisure sector.




The Bachelor of Arts in Leisure & Tourism Management is a seven-semester, three-year program with the structure indicated below. Students who have completed this program have the option to take an additional eighth semester and earn a Diploma of Advanced Studies (DAS).

Academic Year




Year 1

Semester 1
Core courses

Semester 2
Core courses

Semester 3
Core & specialization courses

Year 2

Semester 4
Core & specialization courses

Semester 5
Core & specialization courses


Year 3

Semester 6
Business Management

Semester 7
Business Management

Semester 8
Diploma of Advanced Studies
in specialization (optional)

Bachelor of Arts in Leisure & Tourism Management Courses

Year 1

First Semester (22 CH | 30 ECTS)

Year 2

Fourth Semester (21 CH | 30 ECTS)

Year 3

Sixth Semester (30 ECTS)


Second Semester (22 CH | 30 ECTS)


Fifth Semester (21 CH | 30 ECTS)


Seventh Semester (30 ECTS)


To graduate, in addition to the above courses, students will also have to successfully complete the following for a total of 23 CH | 30 ECTS:



Diploma of Advanced Studies Courses


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