Current Affairs
200 ITS students graduate

More than 200 students from the Institute of Tourism Studies (ITS) successfully completed their studies and graduated in various levels, from Foundation to Bachelor Levels.

This was the first time that ITS students graduated at Bachelor Level in Culinary Art in collaboration with the Paul Bocuse Institute in France as well as at Bachelor Level with honours in Management and Hospitality offered in collaboration by the Haaga-Helia University in Finland.

For the first time too ITS student certification included the QR Code that enables access of their certificates on Blockchain.

ITS CEO, Pierre Fenech, remarked that the Institute’s students are attaining high levels and this encourages the Institute’s management to continue offering more opportunities to future students.

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