IN TOURISM MANAGEMENT, INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND TERRITORY
Considering the great number of historical places and art masterpieces you can easily find in China and Italy, tourism sector can be expected to become one of the key area for developing better relations between the two countries, while improving a reciprocal understanding of their society, traditions and cultures.
In the framework of the quick Chinese economic development and following its fast pace kept in the last decade, ingoing and outgoing tourist flows will see a huge increase in number, with a great possibility of related new investments both inside and outside China.
These objectives should be pursued through a definition of a clear policy, in order to sustain and encourage such path both in China and Italy. On this regard, it is important to highlight the fact that Tourism sector has already been included in the various activities to be supported within the Cooperation Agreement, signed in Beijing on November the 13th by the Inter-governmental China-Italy Committee.
Here-with, the Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies in Pisa was expressly indicated as the appropriate Academic Institution, on the Italian side, to organise a Post-graduate Course designed for 30 participants, of which 24 from China and 6 arriving from Italian regions, more actively involved in the project, such as Tuscany and Lazio. The over-all objective is to prepare participants to become professionals in managing tourism activities between China and Italy.
Furthermore, we also consider of pivotal relevance the idea of organising such Academic Course in Italy, so that participants can have a useful and precious first-hand experience of main tourist destinations in Italy, such as Tuscany and Rome.
Here-with, the Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies in Pisa was expressly indicated as the appropriate Academic Institution, on the Italian side, to organise a Master Programme designed for 25 Chinese participants to become professionals in managing tourism activities between China and Italy.
Aiming to this, Sant’Anna School of Advance Studies in Pisa, in cooperation with the International School of Advanced Education, based in Volterra, would like to launch an International Post-graduate Course in Tourism Management, Information Technologies and Local Tourist destinations (Territory).