Educational workshops

Educational workshops are training activities offered by the PMTS Master Program. They are characterized by an emphasis on practical activities and therefore they are directed to the transmission of a "know-how" that integrates and qualifies the training process, forming an ideal bridge between the theoretical-methodological knowledge offered in class and professional practice for which the student is prepared.

 

For this reason the workshops have the following characteristics:

  • they have a limited number of partecipants
  • they are compulsory, it is not possible to be absent for more than 25% of the activity hours
  • they require active student participation

Participation in the educational workshop allows the student to acquire an eligibility that corresponds to the number of credits provided for in the study plan of the course. Depending on the study plan of the degree program, the credits obtained can fully contribute to the achievement of the CFU needed to complete the course of study, or they may be approved by the Degree Course Councils as supernumerary activities if they are already reached the maximum CFUs foreseen for the workshop activities.

To register for the workshops, please fill in the form at this link. Should there be any problems, you are invited send an email to Federica Burini (federica.burini@unibg.it) and Elisa Consolandi (elisa.consolandi@unibg.it) with the object: PMTS workshop - topic of the request

 

DEADLINE: October 20, 2023

Educational workshops - a.y. 2023/2024

For the academic year 2023/2024 the Master Course offer includes different educational workshops:

Announcements

  • Workshops

    PMTS01 - Short films lab
    PMTS02 - Digital Tools and Open Softwares for Infographics in Tourism
    PMTS03 - Territory and tourist development: case study on South Tyrol
    PMTS04 - ICTs and regeneration strategies in the Alps
    PMTS05 - Storytelling in gastronomic experiences
    PMTS06 - Multisensory tourist guides for inclusiveness
    PMTS07 - Local Knowledge and Integrated Green Networks