Programme STMGG

International Tourism Management

Graduate from Dalarna University with a Bachelor's Degree in Tourism taught in English.
180 Credits First Cycle

Who is a tourist? Why do they visit particular destinations? How can we create sustainable practices and places? Do you question the way the world works and want to know how tourism can help people, what tourism can do for communities and what the challenges for the future of tourism are? If so, you are encouraged to apply to our Bachelor's Programme in International Tourism Management and become a part of an international community.

The focus of the programme is to provide you with the knowledge to succeed. You will be offered a balanced combination of theoretical knowledge and applied practical examples. You will work with destinations to plan for the future; will visit heritage sites and think about how these sites present themselves to the public; and learn through real examples of research being undertaken in Sweden, Europe and the rest of the world. You are also expected to go on exchange – what better way to experience tourism than by travelling and learning as part of your studies?

Join Our International Community

If you are interested in working at an international level within the tourism industry or with sustainable tourism, then you are strongly encouraged to apply. Our graduates work in a variety of fields in positions such as regional tourism officer, event organiser and management consultant. You need to have completed your upper-secondary studies within any area of study. Further, you must be able to demonstrate a strong level of English proficiency.

How To Apply

Applying to the International Tourism Management Programme is quick and easy. Just complete these two steps:

    1. Click on the green "Apply" button to create a user account and add the programme to your account in the online application portal.
    2. Submit the required documents to verify that you fulfill the entry requirements listed below. You can usually upload the required documents to your user account.

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Entry Requirements (August 2023)

Specific Entry Requirements

General entrance requirements for study at university level, and Mathematics B/Mathematics 2a or Mathematics 2b or Mathematics 2c, Social Sciences A/Social Sciences 1b or Social Sciences 1a1 + 1a2 and English B/English 6. No knowledge of Swedish is required.

If you have any questions about country specific English lanuguage requirements based on upper secondary studies, please see

Tuition Fees

264, 040 SEK (total)
*EU/EEA Citizens are not required to pay tuition fees.

Tuition fees are paid in one-semester installments and the first payment (46 540 SEK) must be paid no later than June 1. This allows for reasonable processing time for a residence permit application. The remaining 5 semesters cost 43 500 SEK each. 

If you have any questions about tuition fee payments, please e-mail


There are a number of scholarships available for successful non-EU/non-EEA citizens who apply to the Tourism Destination Development Programme.

For more information about scholarships, please visit our webpage about international student scholarships or contact us via the contact form on this website

Scholarships for international students with exceptional study results

Programme Overview

Year One   


Research and Knowledge for the Social Sciences, Tourism Studies (7.5 credits)*
Tourism Principles and Practice, Tourism Studies (7.5)
Organizational Theory, Business Administration (7.5)
International Economics, Economics (7.5)


Management Accounting, basic, Business Administration (7.5)
Tourism and Society, Tourism Studies (7.5)
Festival and Event Management, Tourism Studies (7.5)
Tourism Marketing, Business Administration (7.5)

Year Two


Products and Resources for Tourism, Tourism Studies (7.5)
Experience Management and Marketing, Tourism Studies (7.5) 
Sustainable Destination Planning and Development, Tourism Studies (15)


Tourism Studies abroad, 30 credits (or courses at Dalarna University (30)
(Students are expected to study abroad at one of partner univerisities in the EU or outside in order to gain additional culctural and educational experience).

Year Three


Qualitative Research Methods, Tourism Studies (7.5)
Quantitative Research Methods, Tourism Studies (7.5)
Applied Project Work in Tourism (15)


Event Studies, Tourism Studies (7.5)
Special Interest Tourism, Tourism Studies (7.5)
Bachelor's Degree Thesis in Tourism Studies (15)

*1 credit = 1 ECTS

Career Opportunities

According to the World Travel and Tourism Council, travel and tourism accounts for 8 percent of the world's jobs and has the highest potential for growth of any industry. International travel alone constitutes more than 840 million tourists annually.

The economic, social and environmental impact of tourism is both significant and vital to the creation of sustainable jobs and improvement in quality of life. If you enjoy working with people, then the dynamic and ever-growing tourism industry will provide you with tremendous opportunities to work in positions such as:

  • Tourism Market Manager
  • Travel Agent
  • Hotel Manager
  • Regional Tourism Centre Manager
  • Conference and Events Manager
  • Marketing Director
  • Attractions Operations Manager
Last reviewed:
Autumn Semester 2023
Start: week beginning 28 Aug
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Entry Qualifications
  • General entry requirements and Mathematics 2a or 2b or 2c, English 6, Social Sciences 1b or 1a1+1a2. No knowledge of Swedish is required
Final school grades (66 %) and Högskoleprovet - Swedish Scholastic Aptitude Test (34 %)
Tuition Fee
First Tuition Fee Installment
46,540 SEK
Total Tuition Fee
264,040 SEK
EU/EEA Citizens or exchange students are not required to pay fees.
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