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Faculty of Arts and Tourism

Degree course in Hospitality and Tourism Management

Course contact person: Manuela De Carlo

The teaching mix comprises 10% distance learning to acquire basic knowledge; 20% traditional lectures and 70% hands-on practice and training in a company. Two thirds of the faculty is made up of professors from partner universities and visiting professors from major schools of hospitality and one third managers from leading companies of tourism industries. A wide range of innovative elective courses lets you design a customized study plan.

In particular, this last part of laboratory teaching is composed of a series of different activities, among which:
Job Lab: workshops in which managers and professionals help students to carry out projects relevant to their company. Thanks to the Job Lab "Customer Centricity", for example, students made videos to communicate the values and philosophy of the Accor group under the guidance of the senior VP Learning, Development and Transformation of the group and the head of Academie Accor.

Company Visit: days in business companies to enhance their professional network and to test in action, through discussions with managers and entrepreneurs in the sector, models and tools learned in the classroom. At the Prince of Savoy of Dorchester Collection, for example, the theme of personalisation of services in the luxury segment is explored in depth.

Field Projects and Thematic Workshops: held by industry experts and academics from the best schools of tourism allow students to acquire specialist knowledge on relevant topics such as Experience Design, Destination Reputation, Revenue Management, Digital Geography.