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.
The prestigious “International Journal of Tourism Research” has published the results of an investigation on the experience of families with autistic children in the tourism sector (“Enhancing the hospitality customer experience of families with children on the autism spectrum disorder”). This investigation was led by the School of Tourism and Hospitality Management Sant Ignasi.
The study was conducted by researchers from HTSI (Mónica Cerdán, Mireia Guix, Gilda Hernández-Maskivker and Daniela Freund), ESADE (Anna Iñesta) and Blanquerna (Montserrat Castelló); three federated schools within Ramon Llull University.Read more
The “Tourism For All” course taken by HTSI’s international students during the second semester was brought to a close with the presentation of students’ final proposals at Hotel AC Victoria Suite. The main goal of this course is to provide university students with a more inclusive vision of the tourism sector, and for them to understand how to make hotels more accessible to families with autistic children.
Students presented ideas for products, services or experiences that make an establishment more accessible and inclusive for families travelling with autistic children. Some of these proposals were:Read more
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