Nikos Skoulas former Minister of Tourism, and now the president of Trinity International Hospitality Studies, an English speaking institution of higher learning, says the school starts its full academic program this fall within the facilities of Terra Maris hotel and conference center, at Hersonissos, near Heraklion, Crete.
The school opened last year with its pilot programs but now is in full swing, says the president. He adds that applications have been accepted from all over and that he expects full course attendance this fall.
“Trinity, which fully conforms to the academic standards adhered to by all academic institutions in the United States (credits), represents a necessary major step in hospitality education, as a means of developing high level professionals who will lead the hospitality industry of tomorrow,” he says.
Students may be in full time attendance. However, part time programs are offered for people employed in the hospitality business who wish to enrich their academic profile.
Students live, attend classes, study and work in a luxurious, 5-star Resort Hotel and Conference Center where they combine the highest standards of modern academic theory with practical exercise (internship).
All courses are taught exclusively in the English language. The teaching staff is of the highest caliber and stature, with extensive teaching experience in Greece and abroad.