The Malta Independent 18 June 2024, Tuesday
View E-Paper

ITS unveils its prospectus for academic year 2023/24

Sunday, 4 June 2023, 08:25 Last update: about 2 years ago

The Institute of Tourism Studies (ITS) is excited to announce the launch of its updated prospectus for this year.

With a commitment to excellence in education, ITS aims to provide students with a comprehensive selection of study programmes, ranging from Foundation Level to Master's Degree level, catering to the diverse needs of the dynamic tourism and hospitality industry.

The prospectus showcases a wide array of study programmes designed to empower students at various levels. From Culinary Arts and Rooms Division to Events, Climate Friendly Travel, International Hospitality Management, Diving Safety Management, Tourist Guiding, Travel & Tourism, Heritage Interpretation, MBA, and Food & Beverage Service, ITS offers an extensive range of educational opportunities.

ADVERTISEMENT

Breaking new ground in academic offerings, ITS is proud to introduce specialization areas for the Bachelor in International Hospitality Management starting this academic year. Students can now choose to focus on Finance, Food and Beverage Service and Events, Human Resources, or Spa and Wellness, further enhancing their expertise in their chosen field.

"The tourism and hospitality industry is ever-evolving, and our goal is to equip our students with the skills and knowledge they need to thrive in this dynamic environment," stated ITS Chairman and CEO, Edward Zammit and Pierre Fenech respectively. "Our diverse range of study programmes reflects our commitment to meeting the industry's demands and providing a rich educational experience."

"The Institute of Tourism Studies is a direct gateway for a career in the tourism industry. The Government is fully committed to ensure that this institution continues to offer quality courses that turn students into reputable ambassadors in the tourism world. I have no doubt that this prospectus will be another stepping stone in our efforts to build a tourism model which places an emphasis on quality experience across the board," remarked Minister for Tourism Clayton Bartolo.

Applications will be accepted from 3rd June until 11th August. To learn more about the study programmes and how to apply, interested individuals can access the latest prospectus on the website - www.its.edu.mt.

 


  • don't miss