On October 25, a new edition of the Professional Talent Forum was held at Hotel Arts by the School of Tourism and Hospitality Management Sant Ignasi – HTSI (Ramon Llull University).
Students of the Bachelor’s Degree in Tourism and Hospitality Management, the Master’s Degree in Hotel Business Management, the Master’s Degree in Business Tourism and Events Management and the University Master’s Degree in Hotel Management attended this annual event to interact in person with the heads of Human Resources and other important departments from the most prestigious companies in the field of hospitality and recreation.Read more
The School of Tourism and Hospitality Managment Sant Ignasi and the Eurecat technology centre have signed a collaboration agreement in order to strengthen their relationship and organize joint initiatives that benefit both organizations. With this agreement, HTSI and Eurecat are initiating a long-term collaboration that will include a number of joint initiatives and strategies to reinforce the School’s relationship with the technology centre.Read more
On April 25, the School of Tourism and Hospitality Management Sant Ignasi (HTSI) organized the second edition of the Summer & Job Forum HTSI. This is a meeting of businesses from the tourism and hotel sector, students of the Bachelor’s Degree in Tourism and Hotel Management, students of the University and Executive Master’s programs and HTSI alumni.
The event, held at the Hotel Arts, provided opportunities for summer internships as well as job offers so HTSI alumni and tourism students could gain a foothold in the work of employment and get a leg up in their careers.Read more
The School of Tourism and Hospitality Management Sant Ignasi (Ramon Llull University) has created a manual for improving accessibility for those with cognitive disabilities in Barcelona’s metropolitan transportation network.
With the assistance of Cátedra Ethos, the ESADE Social Innovation Institute, TMB (Barcelona Metropolitan Transportation) and Dincat, ESADE has created the manual “Accessibility for all. Adapting the Barcelona metro to those with intellectual disabilities”. This document provides helpful information for promoting universal access to the Barcelona metro, especially by analysing the specific case of the L3 line.
“The goal of the study was to see how accessible the L3 was, in order to identify points for improvement in cognitive accessibility –such as signage or illumination– and for improving users’ travel experience. How can a passenger with trouble understanding their surroundings get from one line to another? How can we improve their experience? How can we help them navigate on their own?” asks Mónica Cerdán, of the School of Tourism and Hospitality Management Sant Ignasi.
Although TMB already invests in accessibility with a series of corporate measures and policies, this is the first time the operator has worked with cognitive disabilities. In addition, this project is based on the detailed analysis of fieldwork meant to evaluate, identify and apply potential improvements.Read more
Today, Ramon Llull University’s School of Tourism and Hospitality Management Sant Ignasi formed its new Professional Advisory Board, made up of management from relevant companies in the international tourism sector. HTSI’s Advisory Board was created to maximize the connection between HTSI and the current reality of tourism, hotel management, event organization and leisure. In a constantly-evolving world, the main goal of the Advisory Board is to provide guidance and continuing reflection on the School’s present and future activity.
The companies represented on HTSI’s new Professional Advisory Board encompass hospitality, events, online distribution, offline distribution, retail, transportation and restaurants. It is made up of relevant professionals from the tourism sector and the economic and cultural realm.
THE UNIVERSITY MASTER PROGRAM IN HOTEL MANAGEMENT, A SINGULAR PROGRAM THAT IMPROVES STUDENTS’ EMPLOYABILITY
On May 16, at the School of Tourism and Hospitality Management Sant Ignasi (HTSI) a meeting of the companies that collaborate with the University Master Program in Hotel Management took place. The aim of the gathering was to study academic results and student evaluations from the 2017–2018 academic year, as well as to set the groundwork for the 2018–2019 edition of the program.
HTSI signs collaboration agreements with prestigious hotel businesses on a national and international level
The School of Tourism and Hospitality Management Sant Ignasi (HTSI) continues to expand its network of professional partners by signing collaboration agreements with different well-known tourism and hotel companies on a national and international level. Renaissance Barcelona Hotel, MCI, Sport Hotels Andorra, Four Seasons Firenze, Kuoni, Ritz Carlton Dubai, Atlanta Viajas and NH Amsterdam Zuid are the businesses most recently added to HTSI’s long list of partners.Read more
This coming Friday, October 27, a new edition of the Professional Talent Forum, will take place. This is an annual gathering where prestigious international companies from the tourism and hotel sector visit the School of Tourism and Hospitality Management Sant Ignasi to recruit talent from among bachelor students of tourism and hotel management, university master students and executive master students. During the gathering, participating companies have a chance to get to know HTSI students, their international profiles, management skills and excellent English-language abilities.
For students, this event provides an opportunity for direct contact with the heads of leading companies in the tourism and hospitality sector, so that they can briefly converse with them and present their candidatures for open internship positions. In addition, it is a networking opportunity that helps students build their own network of professional contacts, essential for successful job insertion.Read more
“Personal and professional skills in tourism and hospitality management” is the title of the lecture offered by the General Manager of Hotel Blancafort Thermal Spa, Esther Comín, to the second-year Bachelor students of Tourism and Hospitality Management.
Comín began her presentation congratulating the students because “in my opinion, you’ve chosen the right path. The hotel industry can be a nightmare, but it’s also very gratifying. A hotel is one of the funnest places you can work”.
La Facultad de Turismo y Dirección Hotelera Sant Ignasi participó en el taller “Marco regulatorio para el home sharing”, que tuvo lugar el pasado diciembre en OuiShare Fest Barcelona. Participaron en el encuentro Daniela Freund, vicedecana de Relaciones Corporativas e Internacionales y Florencia Cueto, Project Manager de HTSI.
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