Maria Ana Henriques
 Ala Autónoma, Gabinete 236


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3 Anos
30 out 2019
Registo DGES
Registo inicial R/A-Ef 3378/2011 de 18-03-2011
Registo de alteração R/A-Ef 3378/2011/AL01 de 12-05-2016 | R/A-Ef 3378/2011/AL02 de 02-03-2018

Período de aulas

Ínicio 14 set 2020
Fim 14 mai 2021

Propinas estudantes UE (2020/2021)

1.ºAno 5250.00 €
2.ºAno 1600.00 €

Propinas estudantes fora da UE (2020/2021)

1.ºAno 7000.00 €
2.ºAno 2800.00 €
De momento, as vagas para este curso estão todas preenchidas
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Plano de Estudos para 2020/2021

Unidades Curriculares Obrigatórias
1 Ano | 1 Semestre
Análise de Dados em Hotelaria e Turismo
6.0 ECTS
Gestão de Serviços A Clientes
6.0 ECTS
Marketing Estratégico em Hotelaria e Turismo
6.0 ECTS
Métodos de Investigação em Hotelaria e Turismo
6.0 ECTS
Temas Críticos de Recursos Humanos em Hotelaria
6.0 ECTS
1 Ano | 2 Semestre
Estágio em Gestão de Hotelaria e Turismo
18.0 ECTS
Trabalho Final
2 Ano | 1 Semestre
Dissertação em Gestão de Hotelaria e Turismo
60.0 ECTS
Trabalho de Projecto em Gestão de Hotelaria e Turismo
60.0 ECTS
2 Ano | 2 Semestre
Dissertação em Gestão de Hotelaria e Turismo
60.0 ECTS
Trabalho de Projecto em Gestão de Hotelaria e Turismo
60.0 ECTS

Optativas recomendadas

Optional courses will only be held if they achieve a minimum number of enrollments.

2nd semester

00891 | Internacional Tourism Management (IBS | GG)

00892 | Management of Lodging Operations (IBS | TPO)

00896 | Financial Analysis of Hospitality Enterprises (IBS | Fin)

00897 | Management of Foodservice Operations (IBS | TPO)

00898 | Hospitality Tourism Strategic Issues (Capstone Course) (IBS | GG)

01952 | Information Technology for Hospitality and Tourism (IBS | Mkt)

02297 | Tourism & Urban Worlds (IBS | GG)

03440 | Wine Tourism & Wine Business (IBS | HT)

03441 | Large Events & Event Management (IBS | HT)

03442 | Shopping Tourism & Luxury Retail Management (IBS | HT)

03443 | Hospitality Business Design & Operations (IBS | TPO)

03444 | E-Tourism (IBS | Mkt)

03445 | Business Analytics in Tourism (ISTA | SI)

03521 | Internship in Hospitality and Tourism Management (IBS | HT)


• To improve knowledge of the core topics in management sciences applied to hospitality and tourism;

• To develop expertise in cross-cutting themes, in the interests and professional expectations of students, which contribute to the development of an applied research project;

• To provide students with methods, procedures and investigation techniques that enable them to develop their research project with a high degree of autonomy.

Learning Goals and their implementation

In this IBS study cycle the following competencies ought to develop:

1. To communicate effectively in written form;

2. To communicate effectively in oral form;

3. To develop critical thinking skills;

4. To understand the roles of general and strategic management in companies;

5. To understand the key role of HRM towards the valorization of people as key players in organizations.

Implementation and measurement of the degree of accomplishment of teaching/apprenticeship levels (AL):

OA 1: Elaboration of individual and group works, as well as the resolution of mid-term tests and final evaluation exams;

OA 2: Oral presentations and thematic debates in the classroom;

OA 3: Production and presentation of critical analyses of articles and topics found in books;

OA 4: Individual and group work focused on general management and entrepreneurial strategy topics;

OA 5: Case studies, role-playing, and tests adjusted to each CU.

Note: Complementary information can be found in each CU's CUF.