Meet HTSI’s buddy students!
To find out what studying at HTSI is like, learn about student life, ask questions or get to know current undergrads, contact HTSI’s buddy students. They are 3rd- and 4th-year pupils of the Bachelor’s Degree in Tourism and Hospitality Management who are eager to share their experiences at the School. They are also happy to help with any questions or concerns you might have.
Contact with Cristina González
+34 93 252 28 91
I studied baccalaureate at Salesians de Sarrià (Barcelona).
What I like best about HTSI is the wide range of courses. You get great academic results thanks to the academic content and the school’s highly experienced professors.
I did my internship at the El Corte Inglés Travel Agency and Condes Hotels (Barcelona).
I recommend HTSI for its academic excellence and because it works with all sorts of important businesses from the sector. This allows us to make ourselves known as future professionals and to get additional training through our internships. I’m also grateful for how attentive both the professors and tutors are, helping us throughout our academic and professional processes.
I studied baccalaureate at Institució Les Alzines (Girona).
What I like best about HTSI is the close relationship between students and professors, many of whom manage businesses in the sector. Plus, the School is specialized in hospitality, which is key to offering customers excellent service.
I did my internship at Hotel Cotton House (Barcelona).
I did Erasmus at University of Stavanger (Norway).
I recommend HTSI because of the level of professionality and the contacts it provides in the sector. Plus, it gives you the opportunity to get professional and academic experience abroad, which is essential if you want to master other languages.
I studied baccalaureate at Padre Damián Sagrados Corazones (Barcelona).
What I like best about HTSI are are the management courses. You learn all sorts of things, from operations to strategy. Plus, you learn how to stand out, which is essential in this sector. Professors look at each student’s profile to help them find their niche.
I did my internship at Hotels Arts (Barcelona), Hotel Majestic (Barcelona) and Hotel Alfonso XIII (Seville).
I recommend HTSI because they teach us to be passionate about the hotel sector. You get an in-depth look at the sector through courses and internships. Plus, the School does it in a dynamic, practical way that really facilitates learning.
I studied baccalaureate at IES Sentmenat (Sentmenat, Barcelona).
What I like best about HTSI is the range of options for international experiences: not just internships, but also exchange programs. I also like the study tours, where you learn a lot in just a few days.
I did my internship at MCI Group, an international events agency (The Netherlands).
I did Erasmus at Taylor’s University (Malasia).
I recommend HTSI because of the international opportunities and the family setting. Teachers get to know you personally, and provide guidance. Plus, they organize all sorts of conferences with professionals from the sector, which makes future job contacts easier.
I studied baccalaureate at Jesuïtes El Clot – Escola El Clot (Barcelona).
What I like best about HTSI is its open vision of the world of hospitality.
I did my internship at Hotel W Hong Kong and Hotel Kempinski Mall of the Emirates (Dubai).
I recommend HTSI because of the opportunities you get to see the world and choose your own path while interacting with other cultures.
I studied baccalaureate at Jesuïtes Casp. Sagrat Cor de Jesús (Barcelona).
What I like best about HTSI is that from your very first year, you have the opportunity to do internships at internationally known businesses. You also work with HTSI on values that are essential to future professionals.
I did my internship at Hotel Arts (Barcelona) and Hotel Ritz-Carlton Abama (Tenerife).
I recommend HTSI because of the personalized service it offers, with an ongoing review of each student’s talents. Teachers are always in touch with students to help them make decisions and find a job.
I studied baccalaureate at Col·legi Mater Salvatoris (Lleida).
What I like best about HTSI is its international vision, which makes it easier to find professional or academic opportunities abroad. I also like being in contact with the professional world thanks to Industry Vibes and the study tours.
I did my internship at Hotel W Paris Opéra (Paris).
I recommend HTSI for the international experiences and how it encourages direct contact with the reality of the sector.
I studied baccalaureate at IES Joan Oliver (Sabadell).
What I like best about HTSI is the direct contact with the professional world, and being able to study in an international context.
I did my internship at Hotel Double Tree by Hilton La Mola (Terrassa) and Hotel Mandarin Oriental (Barcelona).
I did Erasmus at Modul University Vienna (Austria).
I recommend HTSI because it’s a university that trains professionals based on the demands of the job market, and that teaches them how to adapt to their circumstances.
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