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Lund University offers six international Master's programmes within Service Management. Click on the name in the list below to get to the programme webpage where you can read more about the specific programme, find information about the entry requirements, tuition fees and step-by-step instructions on how to apply. You can also download programme fact sheets directly, using the links below. The fact sheets open in a new window.
Master's programmes in Service Management
- Service Management, Culture and Creativity Management
Service Management, Culture and Creativity Management, fact sheet (PDF 281 kB, new tab)
- Service Management, Retail
Service Management, Retail, fact sheet (PDF 295 kB, new tab)
- Service Management, Supply Chain Management
Service Management, Supply Chain Management, fact sheet (PDF 293 kB, new tab)
- Service Management, Sustainable Service Management
Service Management, Sustainable Service Management, fact sheet (PDF 289 kB, new tab)
- Service Management, Tourism
Service Management, Tourism, fact sheet (PDF 278 kB, new tab)
- Tourism Development and Culture (Erasmus Mundus Joint Degree Programme – Link to external programme web)
Tourism Development and Culture, fact sheet (PDF 258 kB, new tab)
Programmes in other subjects which may interest you
- Environmental Studies and Sustainability Science
- Environmental Management and Policy
- International Development and Management
- Programmes in Business, Economics and Management
A list of all Master's programmes taught in English at Lund University
Studying at the Department of Service Studies
The Department of Service Studies is geographically situated in the city of Helsingborg. We are an interdisciplinary department known for its high-quality education, research and collaboration. We generate new knowledge with new perspectives on services and their impact on organisations and businesses of today. Our students are trained to manage and run companies drawing on their understanding of service management and its applications within retail, tourism, supply chain management, culture and creativity, or sustainability.
Our research is diverse and multidisciplinary. We have both a micro perspective in research at an agent level and a structural perspective in which research takes a broader view, from infrastructure to environmental impact.
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