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Study Plan

Distribution of the syllabus in ECTS credits by type of subject matters

Plan Distribution
Course Basic Compulsory Optional External Internships End of Studies Dissertation Total
1 42 18 - - - 60
2 18 42 - - - 60
3 - 60 - - - 60
4 - 24 12 18 6 60
Total 60 144 12 18 6 240

Structure of the Degree

Diagrama de Turismo

Structure of the Grade in Tourism (2010 Syllabus)

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  • Basic training: 60 credits.
  • Compulsory: 150 credits.
  • Optional: 6 credits.
  • External Internships: 18 credits.
  • End of Grade Dissertation: 6 credits.
  • TOTAL: 240 credits.

Calendar for the Modules:

  • Module 1, Basic Training, includes basic contents in common with all degrees of the branch of Company, and is offered during the first and second year of the Grade.
  • Modules 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 include subject - matters related to specific subjects in the Grade in Tourism, and are distributed throughout the second, third and fourth Academic years.
  • Module 6, related to languages, has a level of specificity: Students must follow two of the three languages offered by the University with the option to follow a third language as a supplement to the European degree.
  • Module 9, Professional projection, includes a 6 ECTS End of Grade Dissertation which is compulsory for students. Additionally, students will undertake 18 ECTS as External Internships, during the second term of the Fourth year of the grade; this is compulsory for students in this Grade. There is also a Subject of Setting up a Company with 6 Credits.
  • Module 10 includes the optionality of the degree as an alternative to recognition foreseen in article 12.8 of the Royal Decree 1393/2007. It is offered during the fourth year of the Grade.


The Grade degree in Tourism has no type of Speciality, Itinerary or Mention already established.


Prerequisites and Corequisites

The Syllabus may include special conditions required for registration or for studying one or more of its subjects. These conditions are the PREREQUISITES: Subject or group of subjects, called "key" subjects, which must have been studied or passed before.


This link shows the equivalencies between subjects of former syllabi in order to facilitate adaptation of students to the new grade. Application for adaptation of students from the degree mentioned will lead to automatic recognition of all the credits contained in this chart:

Adaptation Procedure

Students from the former degree in Tourism may choose among the following options:

1.) Finish the former degree in Tourism, which will progressively disappear, following the calendar in the degree report and the regulation established by the University of Almeria.

2.) Adapt to the new official degree called Grade in Tourism. In this case the adaptation chart on this page will apply.

3.) The calendar for termination of the above studies will be implemented gradually. Once each year is terminated, there will be four exam sittings in the following two academic years.

Updated by: Training, Syllabi and Teaching Organization Service

Date: 12 January 2012

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