The Erasmus+ project aims to increase Higher Education students’ employability in the tourism sector

The University of Nicosia is happy to announce its participation as a partner of the Erasmus+ QUEST project – Promoting Quality internships in Sustainable Tourism & Heritage Management.  An innovative Erasmus+ project aimed at increasing Higher Education (HE) students’ employability in the tourism sector, one of the most fast paced sectors in terms of innovation and most affected by Covid-19 emergency.

The University of Nicosia’s Department of Management of the School of Business, through the Hospitality programme and the Tourism Leisure and Events programme have undertaken the shared content creation of ‘New Competencies Enhancing Employability’ for internships in sustainable tourism and heritage management.

QUEST is carried out by a partnership of 8 organisations – 3 HE universities, 4 organisations working in the fields of tourism and/or cultural heritage, 1 Cultural Route of the Council of Europe – and led by Libertas International University (Zagreb, Croatia). It is a 3-year project, started in December 2021 and ending by November 2024.

For further information please visit the link here.

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