Mirabilia has always experimented, designed and implemented multiple ad hoc training courses aimed at companies or project representatives on innovative topics related to the tourism offer. In this context, Mirabilia has started the creation of a first level university Master in “Management of cultural heritage for tourism development” in order to train new highly specialized professionals in the management and knowledge of Unesco sites.
The Master aims to train operators in the tourism sector with specific skills for the protection, enhancement and promotion of cultural heritage. The partnership with the Mirabilia Network, which connects institutional and economic actors active in the use of UNESCO sites, connotes the Master as an interdisciplinary training path.
The aim is to create professionals capable of enriching tourism by planning with cultural content and to build effective management strategies for the resources offered by the territories.
The course makes use of the partnership with the Mirabilia network, which places institutional and economic actors active in the use of UNESCO sites online.
The Master will take place in all the facilities of the University of Perugia. The course, an itinerant FIRST LEVEL MASTER in “Cultural Heritage Management for tourism development”, will combine teaching with possible territorial experiences, held in: Perugia, Terni, Assisi, Castiglione del Lago, Foligno, Gubbio, Narni.
The internships will take place at tourist facilities of the area identified in accordance with Mirabilia.
In addition, the Master includes two scholarships funded by the Mirabilia Network and two funded by the University of Perugia. The scholarships consist of the total coverage of the enrollment fee and will be assigned on the basis of ISEEU form.
The Master can be carried out not only in collaboration with Mirabilia Network, but also with any external bodies and/or subjects who, for various reasons, will want to collaborate to the fulfillment of the initiative, such as: University of Udine, University of Genoa, University of the Studies of Sassari, University of Basilicata, University of Campania Vanvitelli, given the specific agreements stipulated.