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What University maganda magtake ng TOURISM na course?

I'm just wondering kasi gusto ko magshift ng course.

What University marerecommend nyo?



  • UST's HRM and Tourism.


    CEU's Tourism.
  • yo_soy_guapoyo_soy_guapo PEx Rookie ⭐
    sa UST, maganda tourism and HRM nila
  • tomalicious

    There is only one top-notched tourism school in the Philippines and it's the one offered at the Asian Institute of Tourism, UP Diliman. All the rest of tourism schools anywhere in the country would look mediocre when compared to UP Diliman's AIT.
  • hahah Ust
    kasi as for NOW sila ang tourism graduates nila ang marami nakukuha sa ibat ibang airlines

    sumunod ang csb and lyceum

    i dont know sa iba pa...
  • Sa ust ba pwede transferee dun? May macrecredit kayang mga subjects kung sakali.
  • Sa ust ba pwede transferee dun? May macrecredit kayang mga subjects kung sakali.

    uu pwede, kaso di ko alam kung ano kelangan mong grade.. iba iba:bashful: kasi bawat colleges
  • Hawak ng UST ito. *okay*

    Sosyal din ang CSB. :)
  • yo_soy_guapoyo_soy_guapo PEx Rookie ⭐
    Sa ust ba pwede transferee dun? May macrecredit kayang mga subjects kung sakali.

    pwede ang transferee basta walang bagsak, may macecredit pero depende sa course description
  • anima9anima9 PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    maraming sikat na tourism students from UST. parang yung sa deal or no deal girls. tapos yung sa miss tourism international last 2006. UST yun. pati yung pambato sa miss universe last time, UST tourism din.

    maganda pa uniform. sexiest nga naman sa buong ust ang tourism uniform.
  • UP no doubt :) Next siguro UST. Other than that huwag ka na magtourism. Mag business course ka na lang tapos magmasters ka ng tourism tapos magtayo ka na ng travel agency.

    I strongly suggest you go get one abroad, preferably BS Travel Management at hindi lang tourism. May pinsan kasi ako grad ng tourism ng csb hirap na hirap sila maghanap ng trabaho ng batchmates niya kasi ang limited sobra ng jobs dito sa pilipinas. Kaya ngayon nasa taiwan siya nagaaral ulit.
  • xyrwynxyrwyn PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    UST of course.
  • light-emittinglight-emitting PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    kasi as for NOW sila ang tourism graduates nila ang marami nakukuha sa ibat ibang airlines

    Flight attendant? Pwede pakilinaw.

    UP AIT grads ay nagwwork sa mga tourism agencies both here and abroad. Yung batchmate ng SO ko, nagtrabaho siya sa Europe for a city's tourism advertising group. Bale nag-Tourism siya undergrad, tapos MBA for masters. Ginagawa nila, sila nagdedesign nung mga advertising techniques para ma-"benta" nila yung siyudad nila, as well as mag-organize and manage ng mga optimal and profitable tour routes throughout the region. :)
  • UP-Asian Institute of Tourism :)

    De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde is also a good tourism school.
  • UST, aside from the thomasian education that you get, iwas ka pa sa gulo at kapahamakan.

    CSB is a good option

    Others are just so so..
  • xyrwynxyrwyn PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    Synergy07 wrote: »
    UST, aside from the thomasian education that you get, iwas ka pa sa gulo at kapahamakan.

    CSB is a good option

    Others are just so so..

    so agree. *okay*
  • onthebluecorneronthebluecorner PEx Veteran ⭐⭐
    Letran's Hospitality Management. Double major Tourism and HRM.
  • UP Asian Institute of Tourism :)
  • Teritoryo ng UST ang Tourism.

    Meron palang Asian Institute of Tourism. I bet hindi lahat ng may pangalang 'Asian Institute of' ay kasing-husay ng AI of Management [Manila] at AI of Technology [Bangkok]. =)
  • aside from UP, okay din ang CEU. they offer an MA in Tourism, if i'm not mistaken
  • From webniac post..


    Benilde Offers Three New Degree Programs

    De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde’s pioneering spirit blazes on with new program offerings in international hospitality management, information technology with specialization in game design and development, and architecture.

    International Hospitality Management
    Last Feb. 26, the School of Hotel, Restaurant and Institution Management (SHRIM) announced the Philippines’ first and only transnational double-degree program in partnership with Institut Vatel, one of France’s leading private hotel management schools.

    First offered in school year 2008-2009, graduates of the Bachelor of Science in International Hospitality Management (BS-IHM) program will be conferred with two degrees. Aside from their Philippine BS-IHM degree, they will receive a French BS-IHM degree or Licence de Management du Tourisme, spécialité Hôtellerie Internationale, a degree fully recognized by the European Union (EU).

    SHRIM Dean Leticia Delarmente explains that the College’s agreement with Institut Vatel is “unlike other standard educational cooperation agreements that usually only involves an exchange of students. Here, we and Vatel jointly developed the curriculum and programs to make the programs more responsive to the needs of a ‘globalized’ education.”

    Institut Vatel is known globally for preparing students for middle and higher management positions in the tourism industry and has developed a strong international training network that assists each student for internships and employment in reputed hotel chains all over the world.
    To date, Vatel boasts of 16 hotel schools across four continents that train an elite group of 3,500 students, with 1,700 located in France.

    The BS-IHM program covers eleven trimesters and shall include intensive French language training and an expanded internship and externship training. The curriculum covers the basics of hotel management and unique courses, such as Intercultural Management; Oenology/Wine Appreciation; European Tourism, Economy and Culture; Global Trends; and International Law.

    Game Design and Development
    Starting school year 2009-2010, the School of Management and Information Technology (SMIT) will begin offering the Philippines’ first Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BS-IT) program that specializes in Game Design and Development (GDD). The program is grounded on a combination of IT and animation concepts, and focuses on developing original content that will showcase Filipino ingenuity and meet the standards of the local and global game development industry.

    The new program covers eleven trimesters and will feature courses in video game programming, game art and animation, game design and game production. Students will also be trained to become part of the booming game development industry as entrepreneurs that can establish game development studios that will make a difference in the Philippine and global game development industry.

    The School of Design and Arts (SDA) will also begin offering a Bachelor of Science in Architecture program. CHED approved the program offering on Feb. 20, 2009.

    More information on these new programs may be sought from the SHRIM Office at 523-8888 loc. 210 or 249, the SMIT Office at 526-7441 to 47 loc. 190, and the SDA Office at 536-6752 loc. 135 to 138.

    Successful DLS-CSB frosh applicants for school year 2009-2010 may be allowed to change programs to one of these three new offerings. Interested applicants may get in touch with the Admissions Center at 524-8233.
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