More than 75% of hospitality organisations believe they will start hiring staff again over the next 12 months, a quick survey by Hosco, the world's leading hospitality network, has revealed. This is good news for hospitality students at Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences and others for whom an internship in the sector is part of the curriculum, often leading to a job after their studies.
What will the hospitality industry look like in 2030? This was the question hospitality students at Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences had to explore, then present their findings by way of a poster presentation, which offers an alternative way of presenting their research in lieu of the traditional oral or paper presentation - a snapshot if you will.
Chinese student, Meng Fu, recently carried out research in Amsterdam on whether environmentally friendly hotels lead to happier guests.
Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences officially signed the agreement with its partner the Europa-Wirtschaftsschulen in Vienna to allow the start of programmes at the EWS location.
The hospitality industry has plenty of internships and jobs to offer, but it is not always easy for students and graduates to access these career opportunities.