Sustainable Tourism: Rethinking the future


Sustainable Tourism: Rethinking the future

Gain the skills and knowledge to rethink current tourism developments and reimagine practices to build alternatives futures.

Organisator Wageningen University & Research

di 5 maart 2019 tot do 15 augustus 2019

Duur Enrollment is possible from 29 June 2018
Setup Online
Prijs Gratis

About this course

Are you aware of the sheer size and rapid development of tourism? And do you like to engage in meaningful debates about these developments as they appear today and/or tomorrow? If so, this course is for you!

Learn more about different social science perspectives to tourism. Implement these perspectives to a tourism practice of your choice, and share your insights through regular feedback with experts and other participants in this course.

Learn and work on promising and new tourism developments, such as Van Life and voluntourism.

In this course, you'll explore these and other inspiring changes observed in the tourism industry. You'll make use of interdisciplinary insights to rethink the status quo of tourism. Alternatives can only become real if we allow for an open space for continuous discussion and representations of new ideas. 

Not only do we provide space for discussion here, this MOOC will also offer a platform for ongoing discussions of tourism developments after completion of the course. Through social media, you will be invited to remain connected to novel ideas.

What you'll learn

  • How to implement insights from various tourism disciplines to current developments in the tourism industry
  • The latest tourism developments across the world
  • Ways to become part of ongoing dialogues on developments for the future of tourism


This MOOC is part of the XSeries Sustainable Tourism. Learn more about the developments in tourism and the interrelationships between, toerism, the economy, society and the environment. Contribute to the largest growing economy worldwide and making it greener!  Learn more.

Meet the instructors