Fresh from her visit to the Houses of Parliament to receive her Institute of Travel and Tourism 'Student of the Year' award, Ana Seidi has now also been announced as one of just three short-listed candidates in yet another prestigious travel industry final.
In February 2019, undergraduates at the UK Centre for Events Management were asked to submit creative ideas for a display to be showcased at the Countryfile Live event at Castle Howard, Leeds. Winning student, Eleanor Rousell, reflects on this experience:
Caz Lockwood, MSc Events Management graduate, has been included in the US Top Women in Events for 2019.
The UK Centre for Events Management (UKCEM) has secured 19 nominations in total.
Building on last year’s success, Oliver Dickinson has been selected for the final of the Young Guns competition organised by the Council for Hospitality Management Education (CHME).
Responsible Tourism Management MSc distance learning students, Anna Alaman, has won the prestigious TODO Award at ITB Berlin for the "Women in tourism" initiative, for social enterprise Open Eyes.
Graduate Zoey Tierney wins the Best Overall Student award and explains how the ATHE award will help with her future career in the tourism industry.
Congratulations to our MSc International Events Management graduate, Rhys Gillard, for winning the national postgraduate annual miaList 2018 Award.
Congratulations to Victoria Robertson, Catherine Dowson and Luke Jenkins who reached the final eight in the prestigious Young Guns 2018 competition.