The Acropolis Museum now takes pride in its new digital classroom - the first of its kind in Greece - complete with the latest in technology to make learning fun and effective presented at a special ceremony last week.
The European Travel Commission is partnering with the Foundation for European Sustainable Tourism (FEST) to award a scholarship funding research on the framework for sustainable tourism development in Europe.
Domotel Hotels & Resorts and the City College University of Sheffield International Faculty have teamed up to offer students the chance to improve their skills and hands-on experience through joint initiatives that aim to bring together the academic and business community.
Titled “Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Tourism”, the Master’s studies program is a collaborative effort between the TEI Athens, the Business Administration Department of the Aegean University and the National Centre for Social Research (EKKE).
As part of its ongoing awareness-raising activities with regards to Greece’s tourism potential and the impact of recent developments, the Greek National Tourism Organization (GNTO) held a meeting with 43 UCLA students earlier this month.
Η Mega Airlines Studies, η μοναδική εξουσιοδοτημένη σχολή στην Ελλάδα με πιστοποίηση της ΙΑΤΑ και της Πολιτικής Αεροπορίας (ΥΠΑ), διοργανώνει την Τετάρτη 23/9/2015, από τις 17.00 ως τις 20.30 στις εγκαταστάσεις της σχολής το ετήσιο OPEN DAY για ...
The Thessaloniki-based International Hellenic University (IHU) announced that it is now awarding an MSc in Hospitality and Tourism Management for those wishing to pursue a career or gain additional specialization in travel, tourism or related industries.
The Navarino Environmental Observatory (ΝΕΟ) will continue its top research on the effects of climate change in the Mediterranean region through the continued collaboration between Stockholm University, the Biomedical Research Foundation of the Academy of Athens (BRFAA) and TEMES...
As part of Greece’s ongoing plans to heighten the role of the tourism sector in the country’s economy, the University of the Aegean approved the establishment of a tourism department at its Rhodes campus.