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HTSI creates an advice manual on travellilng with children with autism

The Chair of Responsible Tourism and Hospitality of the School of Tourism and Hospitality Management Sant Ignasi (HTSI) has created an advice manual for traveling with children with autism. The manual, created in collaboration with the Provincial Council of Barcelona, the MRW Foundation and Vueling Airlines, provides useful information to help children with autism and their families travel on planes.

HTSI Executive Master Programs: Graduation of the Class of 2018

On Thursday, July 5, the graduation ceremony for the Master Program in Hotel Management and the Master Program in Business Tourism and Events of the School of Tourism and Hospitality Management Sant Ignasi (Ramon Llull University) was held. Over 30 students from the class of 2018 graduated in a ceremony presided over by Ricard Santomà, Dean of HTSI, and with […]

Discussing expectations for the tourism in Barcelona at the close of HTSI’s Executive Education Programs

On June 27, at the School of Tourism and Hospitality Management Sant Ignasi (HTSI) the first edition of the University Expert Programs for Executive Education in Revenue Management and Hotel Finances was brought to a close. During the event, participants had the opportunity to attend a lecture on short-term expectations for tourism in Barcelona and Catalonia in general given […]

What’s HTSI’s Operational Week for the Master Program in Hotel Management?

Operational Week is part of the University Master Program in Hotel Management at the School of Tourism and Hospitality Management Sant Ignasi (HTSI). It gives student of the Master Program in Hotel Management a chance to shadow the directors of prestigious hotels in Barcelona.

Ricard Santomà: “tourismophobia is more a consequence of a lack of planning than of the arrival of large numbers of tourists.”

On Spanish National Radio’s Gente Despierta program, Ricard Santomà, Dean of the School of Tourism and Hospitality Management Sant Ignasi (HTSI), stated that “tourismophobia isn’t a result of what we’ve done wrong, but of what we’ve ceased to do.” Santomà focused on the need to promote governance and public-private collaboration to improve the geographic distribution […]

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