Master of Tourism and Travel Management 


Master of Tourism and Travel Management is a  full-time postgraduate program in Travel and Tourism courses. The duration is 2 years. The travel and tourism industry has been flourishing lately. More and more people are opting for visiting places across the globe. While managing travel was a difficult task before, with the onset of the tourism and travel industry, a lot of its workings has been eased out. Master’s program in Tourism and Travel Management is designed to produce senior management level tourism and travel professionals who with their expertise can serve both private and public institutions.


Skill Set



Good communication skills

Team spirit



Be committed and dedicated to a task

Having an outgoing and pleasant personality

Willingness to work long and odd hours

Polite demeanor


Customer oriented approach

Ability to multitask

Ability to adjust in a crowd/ different circumstances

Good Listener


Course Highlights


Course level




Examination Type



Qualifying Bachelor degree in Hotel Management (BHM) or Bachelor of Travel and Tourism Management (BTTM) with minimum aggregate of 50% and above or earning a B.Sc. in Hospitality and Administration (BHM) or BA in Tourism along with holding a Diploma in Tourism

Admission process

Merit List

Course Fee

Up to INR 13,000 to 2.55 Lacs

Average salary

Approx. Up to INR 2 to 8 Lacs per annum

Top Recruiting Companies

Airlines, Hotels, Tourism, Travel Industries, etc.

Job Positions

Tourism Marketing Manager, Public Relations, and Security, Operations Manager, Travel Agents, etc.






Admission Process


Admissions are solely based on the marks obtained in the qualifying examination. Candidates who hold Diploma in Tourism are supposed to pass four additional papers during the program.


Top Colleges & Institutes


Name of Institution


Average Course Fee (in INR)

Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU)



AIMS Institutes



Acharya Nagarjuna University

Andhra Pradesh


Swosti Institute of Management & Social Studies

West Bengal


Banaras Hindu University (BHU)

Uttar Pradesh


Amity University



Bundelkhand University

Uttar Pradesh


Pazhassi Raja College



Indian Academy Degree College



Martin Luther Christian University (MLCU)



VikramaSimhapuri University (VSU)

Andhra Pradesh


Mar Ivanios College







Semester I

Semester II

Geography of Tourism


Ethical, business & legal environment of tourism

Methodology of Research

Travel trade management

Tourism Analysis for policy decision maker

Tourism Industry: Principles, Policies & Practices

Managerial Accounting for Tourism

Indian cultural heritage

Sustainable Tourism

Managing behavioral processes in the organization

Destination Marketing

Softcore: Communication Skills

Softcore: Personality Development


Study Tour and VIVA-VOCE

Semester III

Semester IV

Foreign Language Study

Foreign Language Study

International Tourism & Ticketing

Public Relations

Travel Agency & Tour Operations

Transport Management

Indian Heritage

Event Management

Human Resource Management


Tourism Finance


Internship Report




Career Prospects


Graduates of Masters of Tourism and Travel Management are well equipped with the skills needed for carrying on the workings pertaining to the industry.They have wide scopes of employment in the areas of Hospitality, Hotels, Travel, and Tourism. They can become Operations Manager, Travel Managers, Maintenance Manager, Public Relations and Security and much more.


Job Profile

Job Description

Average Salary (in INR) per annum

Operations Manager

Work includes monitoring production and provision of services. Meet the expectation of customers ensuring the efficient working of the industry.

7 to 8 lakhs

Travel Agents

Work includes management of transportation, lodging, admission and planning the itinerary of the clients. Ensuring the arrangements are made at the destination meeting the client needs.

2 to 3 lakhs

Maintenance Manager

Work includes managing and monitoring the internal aspects of the business.

6 to 7 lakhs

Travel Managers

Work includes overseeing the travel arrangements such as lodging, ticket bookings, and operations.

3 to 4 lakhs

Public Relations and Security

Work includes managing the marketing and advertising aspects of the business.

4 to 5 lakhs

Business Development Managers

Work includes planning ideas to increase the sales of the business, goods, and services. Maintaining good customer relation and preparing reports.

5 to 6 lakhs

Tourism Marketing Manager

Work includes promotion and devising ideas for generating revenue for the business through marketing and public relations.

5 to 6 lakhs

Travel Trainer

Work includes conducting training programmes for understanding the travel and operation ethics of the business.

4 to 5 lakhs

Country Manager

Work includes managing business, operations of the business to profit the revenue of the country.

3 to 4 lakhs