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City Unity College: Online Virtual Open Day for Hospitality & Tourism Studies

The Athens-based City Unity College on July 27 will host its first Online Virtual Open Day to present the programs of Hospitality & Tourism Studies offered by Swiss Alpine Center and Cardiff Metropolitan University.

Les Roches Launches a Global Search for Hospitality’s Next Disruptor

Les Roches has launched a competition that will enable one candidate globally to earn a full scholarship for the world-first Master’s in Hospitality Strategy and Digital Transformation.

FEG: Western Silk Road Experience Online Course for Tourist Guides

The European Federation of Tourist Guide Associations (FEG) and Athina Training Centre Skills Academy are inviting tourist guides on a trans-European journey with the new “Western Silk Road Experience” online course.

Greek Professionals Look to ‘Learn’ from #Greecefromhome

Over 1,000 Greek professionals signed up to participate in the "Learn" online seminars of the Tourism Ministry's #Greecefromhome platform, during its first 10 days of operation.

GNTO: Webinar for UK Travel Agents on Greece’s City Breaks

The Greek National Tourism Organization (GNTO) will promote Greece’s city break destinations to UK travel agents through a webinar.

G & A Mamidakis Foundation Brings Crete’s Students Closer to Art

As part of its Art by our side" program, the G & A Mamidakis Foundation held educational events for lyceum students at the Minos Beach art hotel on Crete.

Post-graduate Tourism Studies Program Kicks off in Greece

Students interested in post-graduate tourism studies for the 2019-2020 period can apply by November 1, at tourism ministry departments in 11 Greek cities.

Digital Marketing Academy for Tourism Professionals Launches in Greece

The first Digital Marketing Academy for Hospitality (DMAH), launched exclusively for tourism professionals in Greece and Cyprus, is accepting applications.

Students from Crete Discover the World of Greek Tourism

Students from Crete, interested in pursuing a career in tourism, took part in an educational program organized by the G & A Mamidakis Foundation and The Tipping Point.

Chinese Students Study Ancient Greek Theater at Summer School in Nafplio

Chinese Students are learning all about ancient Greek theater at the Greek Educational Drama Summer School initiative in Nafplio.

MSc in Sustainable Tourism: Application Deadline Extended to July 26

The application deadline for the MSc in sustainable tourism, launched by the Harokopio and Aegean universities and Paris I – Panthéon Sorbonne, has been extended to July 26.

YES to Sea Tourism Forum Offers Graduates Chance at a Shipping Career

This year’s YES to Sea Tourism Forum offered young graduates insight into ways of securing a career in shipping and tourism.

Glion, Les Roches Join Forces with BCA College in Hospitality Education

The Glion Institute of Higher Education and Les Roches Global Hospitality Education have signed an articulation agreement with Athens-based BCA College, opening new opportunities for hospitality students in Greece.

Athens to Host Workshops for ‘Tomorrow’s Hospitality Leaders’

Athens in July will host the "Tomorrow’s Hospitality Leaders" workshops, which are organized by Cesar Ritz Colleges Switzerland, a member of the Swiss Education Group.

Ministry Announces New Programs in Tourism Studies

The Greek Tourism Ministry announced that it would be introducing 10 new tourism studies programs for the 2019-2020 period.

MSc in Sustainable Tourism Development: Deadline for Applications is April 5

Applications for the MSc in sustainable tourism development, launched by Harokopio and Aegean Universities and the Paris I – Panthéon Sorbonne, end on April 5.

INSETE to Hold Athens Seminar with Lausanne Hospitality Consulting

INSETE and Lausanne Hospitality Consulting during March 18-21 will hold a seminar in Athens on revenue management for hospitality professionals.

Thessaloniki Tour Guide School Set to Take Training to a New Level

The Thessaloniki Tour Guide School is getting ready to open its doors to Greek and Greek-speaking EU and non-EU nationals.

Ministry: Upgrading Greece’s Tourism Training and Education a Priority

The upgrading of the training and education offered to Greek tour guides is among the Tourism Ministry's top priorities.

Santo Maris Oia Raises Environmental Awareness of Santorini Students

Santo Maris Oia successfully completed the first year of an innovative environmental program, which aimed to raise awareness among high school students on Santorini.
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