Southville International School and Colleges’ (SISC) College of Tourism students recently attended a talk about getting a masters degree program in hospitality in Australia thru Mr. Derek Miligan, International College of Hotel Management (ICHM) Director for Student and Industry Engagements. Mr. Miligan talked about the academic and professional advantages of pursuing a graduate program in Australia.
The activity is just one of the many initiatives of SISC’s College of Tourism to provide its students a competitive training experience through an international practicum program. Current students are likewise required to be certified by AMADEUS, the leading global distribution system used in … [Read more]
“People from all around the globe will risk life and limb, sailing across vast oceans through harsh weather, only to live through constant discrimination. The alternative is to live through famines and wars, through sicknesses and oppression. To live in the shadow of the four horsemen or to move to a strange alien world: the decision presented to the people living in such conditions is perhaps the most difficult one they will ever make. Is the choice to take the plunge into such foreboding waters made in vain? The World Migration Report: Migrant Well-being and Development, published by IOM, sought … [Read more]
“Everyone has at least one dream or goal in life, be it the dream to become the next president, the dream to get accepted into a prestigious university, or even the dream to become the next renowned scientist. The thing we all have in common with our dreams is that they are the source of our motivation and hope to achieve our goals. Immigrants and refugees have the exact same purpose in mind when they migrate to better their lives.” Read more (page 52)…… [Read more]
“For two decades, Libya has been known as the starting point for
African migrants wishing to leave the continent. Fi Libya kull shay mumkin, the motto goes. In Libya, everything is possible. People migrate to find jobs, to escape war and persecution, and to flee from famine and natural disasters.” Read more (page 51)…… [Read more]