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ITS information sessions about September courses

In the coming days, the Institute for Tourism Studies will be offering a number of information sessions with the aim of creating more awareness about courses one can attend from September.

The sessions will be held on campus and will also be online. Those following the sessions on the internet can put any questions they wish to put.

The sessions start from Monday 20 July, with the last session being held a week later, on 27 July, at the Gozo campus in Qala. The  sessions will be divided as follows:

Monday 20 July at 9.30 am at the Ħal Luqa campus for the Foundation programme.

Tuesday 21 July at 9.30 am at the Ħal Luqa campus for Certificate programmes which include food preparation and services, events, rooms division, travel and tourism.

Wednesday 22 July at 9.30 am at the Ħal Luqa campus for Diploma programmes which include travel and tourism, climate-related travel, events, rooms division, food preparation and production, and food and beverage services.

Wednesday 22 July at 6 pm at the Ħal Luqa campus for MBA in international hospitality management.

Thursday 23 July at 9.30 am at the Ħal Luqa campus for Higher National Diploma programmes which include events management, travel and tourism management, rooms division, food and beverage management, food preparation and production management.

Thursday 23 July at 6 pm at the Ħal Luqa campus for MA in the interpretation of heritage and the Higher National Diploma for part-time tourist guides.

Friday 24 July at 9.30 am at the Ħal Luqa campus for programmes, the Higher National Diploma for full-time tourist guides, Bachelor in international hospitality management, the culinary arts and in diving safety management.

Monday 27 July at 9.30 am at the Qala, Gozo campus –  a generic session on all programmes.

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