There is increasing evidence that international hospitality education at all levels faces significant challenges. The evidence is in the declining student numbers and the closure of some departments and schools, with others being merged.
Although it’s not necessary to study if you want to work in hospitality and tourism, you might be slowing down your own career progress if you skip education.
The world of higher education has long seemed as though it dances to its own tune and is a step removed from industry. It must now be time to challenge this and for there to be a stronger vision for what can be developed into the future?
eHotelier Academy congratulates Srinivasa Reddy from Swiss-Belhotel Seef Bahrain on attaining his Diploma of Hospitality Management.
Education & Job Day at ITB China on 17 May including HSMAI sessions for hoteliers and students. @HSMAI @ITB_China
The 22-year-old said that although the win came as surprise, it was the culmination of months of training, and guidance from his teachers and mentors. @TheStarSydney
The Hospitality Foundation boasts $3.4 million in funds, which will be used toward scholarships and educational support for students interested in pursuing careers in the hotel and restaurant industries. @CALodging