Posted on 6th March 2020
Steve Beckworth, our Director of Marketing, recently visited Mauritius to attend the two-day International Student Fair, with three of our approved teaching centres in attendance.
Elite Business School, situated in Ebene, is one of the CTH Gold Centres. They are a major player in the tertiary education sector as a provider of quality education and creation of pathways leading to Academic and Professional Excellence for the people of Mauritius and Africa.
Rushmore Business School, situated in the Quatre Bornes area, is a high-quality international private tertiary education institution providing academic and professional courses to school leavers, graduates and the business community. The Business School is fully accredited and all its courses have been approved by the Tertiary Education Commission, the Mauritius Qualifications Authority in Mauritius and the British Accreditation Council in the United Kingdom.
J-Hospitality & Tourism Management, located in Grand Baie. Another high-quality establishment, they have been involved in training and consultancy in the tourism sector since February 2012. The tourism sector is an important component of the Mauritian economy as well as a significant source of its foreign exchange revenue. In a short span of time, J-Hospitality & Tourism Management has acquired a high level of recognition in this sector.
Everyone was extremely busy talking to potential students about qualifications and their career in Tourism and Hospitality. Steve was invited to give a half-hour presentation called ‘Your exciting career in Hospitality & Tourism’, which included clips from our CTH Spotlight films from The Ritz, London and Crowne Plaza Hotel in Auckland, New Zealand.
He commented after the event:
‘Mauritius is obviously a beautiful, luxury destination with a large number of big-name hotels and resorts, so staff need to be properly skilled and qualified in order that standards are upheld. The students I had the pleasure of meeting were very excited about their CTH qualifications and future careers – in Mauritius and in other parts of the world. I’m 100% sure they will all embrace their roles in creating memories and unique experiences for holidaymakers or business travellers in the future.’
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