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The objective of CMI related to tourism and heritage is to train intercultural and multilingual expert executives in territorial, cultural and tourism engineering at national and international levels, capable of formulating innovative solutions and implementing them in an evolving global context.

In an increasingly globalized world, marked by ever-increasing interactions between the different major economic poles of the planet and their populations through tourist flows, cultural and heritage issues have become unavoidable stakes in economic development. These questions make it necessary to have specialist executives in intercultural communication and management with a high level of expertise concerning the implicated territories (linguistic and cultural skills).

Tourism, one of the most important drivers of today’s global growth, is a sector where multilingual experts in interculturality and heritage will easily find their place.

Whether in the private sector where companies are increasingly confronted, with globalization, with the problem of interculturality, whether in the promotion of a territory’s tangible and intangible heritage abroad, but also in public, national or international institutions or organizations, the skills developed in these CMI in relation to tourism and heritage are currently particularly sought after.

Business sectors

The objective of MICs related to tourism and heritage is to train intercultural and multilingual expert executives in territorial, cultural and tourism engineering at national and international level, capable of formulating innovative solutions and implementing them in a changing global context.

In an increasingly globalized world, marked by ever-increasing interactions between the different major economic poles of the planet and their populations through tourist flows, cultural and heritage issues have become unavoidable stakes in economic development. These questions make it necessary to have specialist executives in intercultural communication and management with a high level of expertise concerning the territories concerned (linguistic and cultural skills).

Tourism, one of the most important driving forces in today’s global growth, is a sector where multilingual experts in interculturality and heritage will easily find their place.

Whether in the private sector where companies are increasingly confronted, with globalisation, with the problem of interculturality, whether in the promotion of a territory’s tangible and intangible heritage abroad, but also in public, national or international institutions or organisations, the skills developed in these MICs in relation to tourism and heritage are currently particularly sought after.

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