Tourism Management

Responsible development in tourism

The certificate program "Tourism Management" at MCI Innsbruck aims to provide a comprehensive understanding of tourism management - especially in the Alpine region. Current challenges in the tourism and leisure industry are addressed in order to identify and exploit the resulting opportunities for companies and destinations.

Both profound theoretical knowledge and practice-related expert knowledge will be imparted. Independent entrepreneurial thinking and action are top priorities throughout the entire certificate course.

Upon completion of the program, you

  • have a broader understanding of the key challenges for responsible tourism management.
  • have a sound insight into sustainable tourism management.
  • know the key success factors of a modern destination management.
  • be part of an international experience on tourism development.

The part-time program is a unique opportunity for

  • Professionals and students who are looking for an in-depth examination of practical issues in the tourism and leisure industry.
  • Professionals and students who want to take the next step on the career ladder in the tourism and leisure industry.


Short Facts
  • Duration: 16 days / weekly blocks
  • Next start: on request
  • Application Deadline: anytime
  • Language: English
  • Tuition fee: EUR 5,450,-
  • ECTS: 20

The certificate course can be counted towards selected Master Degree Programs.

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Your way to sucess

The certificate course is a part-time course of study based on a didactic concept tailored to the needs of professional decision makers.

  • More information on costs & teaching principles can be found here.
  • Detailed schedule on request.

The following achievements are to be provided:

  • Project Work /ePortfolio: serves the transfer of learning & implementation into the professional practice and deals with approaches to solutions.
  • Final Thesis: deals with operational problems and approaches to solutions.
  • Final Examination: presentation of the Final Thesis, discussion and feedback.

Academic Director

FH-Prof. Mag. Hubert J. Siller
MCI Head of Department & Studies Tourism & Leisure Business and Entrepreneurship & Tourism, Innsbruck / Tyrol


Faculty (Excerpt)

Theresa Mitterer-Leitner, MA
MCI Senior Lecturer Department Entrepreneurship & Tourism, Innsbruck / Tyrol

Mag. Andreas Reiter
Founder „Zukunftbüro“, Vienna

Dr. Birgit Bosio
MCI Lecturer Department Entrepreneurship & Tourism, Innsbruck / Tyrol

Assoz. FH-Prof. MMag. Raphaela Stadler, PhD
FH-Professor Department Entrepreneurship & Tourism, Innsbruck / Tyrol

Dr. Chris Bottrill
Director International Relations Capilano Universität; Faculty Tourism & Leisure Management, Vancouver / Canada

Dr. Pietro Beritelli
Lecturer University St. Gallen; Institute for Systemic Management and Public Governance, St. Gallen / Switzerland



The MCI certificate programs have been designed to meet the highest international quality standards. They are continuously assessed by internal and external bodies.

All business-related MCI study programs have been accredited by the renowned Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).

The certificate course can be counted towards selected Master Degree Programs.

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