The School of Tourism and Hospitality Management Sant Ignasi and hotel software company The Hotels Network have signed a collaboration agreement involving a number of joint projects.
As a result, the two institutions are strengthening their relationship with the goal of working together on the training and job insertion of HTSI students. They are working to promote joint projects in line with both organizations’ objectives, and to strengthen direct contact with the reality of the tourism and hospitality sector.Read more
Over 80 1st-year students of the Bachelor’s Degree in Tourism attended the inauguration of the 2019-2020 academic year at the School of Tourism and Hospitality Management Sant Ignasi (URL).
These new students –hailing from 20 different countries– will take part in a number of orientation activities during their first week. These are meant to encourage teambuilding and to help students learn how HTSI operates.Read more
Ramon Llull University’s School of Tourism and Hospitality Management Sant Ignasi (HTSI) has opened the call for the presentation of candidates for the 17th edition of the Xavier Tourism Awards-HTSI. This prize is given in recognition of professional trajectories in tourism with high levels of excellence, dedication, innovation and social contributions.
From July 25 to October 31, 2019, anyone can present a candidate through the website Call for Candidates for the 17th Xavier Tourism Awards – HTSI.
We interviewed Mar Falguera, Day Auditor at The Bvlgari Resort & Residences Dubai, and alumnus of the School of Tourism and Hospitality Management Sant Ignasi (URL). Falguera, who obtained her bachelor’s degree in Tourism and Hospitality Management (2017), started her career at the international hotel chain as Residences Concierge Coordinator, and has been working in Finances for 5 months.
What would you emphasize about the education you received at HTSI?
The direct contact with professionals from the sector, either because they visit the school or because students travel to their hotel or tourism business to get to know them. I’d also emphasize the quality of the professors: many currently work in the sector, and that makes it easier for them to have first-hand knowledge of the industry. Plus, I got a lot out of the professional trips we took to London, Belgium and France.
Why did you decide to study tourism?
I like to travel. I always knew I wanted to be “at the front desk”. I wanted to treat customers the way I wanted to be treated, and I wanted to learn how to do it. Plus, I’ve always liked languages and learning about other cultures, so the bachelor’s degree in Tourism and Hospitality Management at HTSI was perfect for me.
Students of HTSI’s Executive Master’s Program in Business Tourism and Events visited IMEX and the Future Leaders Forum, held in Frankfurt. IMEX, held from May 12-14, is known worldwide as a gathering for those organizing events, meetings and incentive trips.
Gloria Martí, Georgina Calvo and Francesc Vila served as representatives of the School of Tourism and Hospitality Management Sant Ignasi – HTSI, and they got a chance to attend different conferences, to network with professionals from the world of events and to participate in the Future Leaders Forum. This program is organized by IMEX, MPI (Meeting Professionals International) and MCI, and it is attended by recognized international businesses from the MICE sector that invite university students from around the world to interact with them.Read more
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