The Research Centre for Tourism, Sustainability and Well-being (CinTurs) is an interdisciplinary research centre that combines approaches from Human, Social and Environmental Sciences to produce and transfer knowledge in Tourism and Hospitality with the goal of contributing to sustainable development of tourist territories, competitiveness of hospitality industry and destinations’ governance, and well-being of tourists, visited communities and employees in the tourism industry.

The R&D Unit Evaluation 2017/2018 process is underway for funding during the period 2019-2022.

 

 

Research Fellowship (MSc.) Advertisement – 1 vacancy

CIEO/CinTurs opens a position for a MSc. Research fellowship (BI – Mestre) in the project with the reference EAPA_797/2018 – TrailGazersBid – An analytical & technical framework to measure returns from trail, funded by Interreg Atlantic.

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21 May

CIEO/CinTurs in partnership with the School of Education and Communication (ESEC/UAlg) promotes the seminar “Low Skilled Adults in Italy as a social pedagogy problem", which will be held at ESEC UAlg (room 96), Campus of Penha.

 

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October 23-25 

The  3rd CREATOUR International Conference “Creative tourism dynamics: connecting travellers, communities, cultures and places” is organized by CIEO/CinTurs and will take place at the University of Algarve, Faro, Portugal.

 

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March 2019 | Tourism & Management Studies 

This issue consists mainly in a selection of papers presented to the TMS Algarve 2018. This set of papers reflect the spirit of the event, aiming at encouraging inter-disciplinary and comparative approaches in the fields of Tourism and Management.

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2018

 

The University of Algarve appears in the Shanghai Ranking’s Global Ranking of Academic Subjects 2018 and stands out in the Hospitality and Tourism and Oceanography areas, between the positions 101 and 150.

 

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FCT Research Agenda in Tourism, Hospitality and Leisure Management 

 

(available only in Portuguese)

 

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