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UNESCO and MWC Barcelona winners of the Xavier Tourism Awards-HTSI

UNESCO and MWC Barcelona are the winners of the 16th Edition of the Xavier Tourism Awards-HTSI granted by Ramon Llul University’s School of Tourism and Hotel Management Sant Ignasi (HTSI). During the awards ceremony, held in Barcelona, John Hoffman, CEO of GSMA Ltd., received the professional category award in the name of MWC Barcelona, and Peter Debrine, Senior Project […]

HTSI has collected 350 kilos of bottle caps for the Seur Foundation

The School of Tourism and Hospitality Management Sant Ignasi (URL) has collected 350 kilos of plastic bottle caps since the 2013-2014, academic year, which is when the Seur Foundation’s “Tapones para una nueva vida” (Bottle caps for a new life) initiative started. According to HTSI’s Social Commission, this academic year “we have already collected 75.5 […]

Students from three schools of Ramon Llull University get to know Morocco

In early March, students from three schools of Ramon Llull University travelled to Morocco with funding from the UNESCO-URL professorship. The trip was a multidisciplinary experience organized by the School of Tourism and Hospitality management Sant Ignasi, the Pere Tarrés School of Education and Social Work, and the Blanquerna School of Health Sciences. All three […]

HTSI offers a course on accessibility and inclusiveness for the tourism sector of Les Corts

This march, Mónica Cerdán, a professor and researcher at the School of Tourism and Hospitality Management Sant Ignasi (URL), offered a course on accessible tourism for the management of tourism businesses from the Les Corts district of Barcelona. In the course, which was organized by the Barcelona City Council, the report “Accesibilidad en los establecimientos […]

Lego pieces for developing group activities in HTSI classes

  With the goal of continuing to innovate in the learning methods used in HTSI’s Bachelor Degree in Tourism and Hospitality Management, this year the course on innovation and entrepreneurship incorporated use of the Lego® Serious Play® method. This initiative seeks to promote teamwork, alongside other innovative methods used throughout the semester. “We use Lego […]

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