BU to co-host the hospitality and tourism conference

In maintaining its growing reputation and to further entrench itself among the leading tertiary institutions on the continent (and beyond), Botho University has once again teamed up with two of the African continent’s leading universities in the form of the University of Johannesburg (South Africa) and Namibia University of Science and Technology (Namibia), to host an inaugural forthcoming and tourism industry conference.

Titled Transforming Southern Africa’s Tourism and Hospitality Industry and to be held under the theme “Innovation and Sustainability in Hospitality and Tourism”, it will run from 18 – 20 November 2019 at the Gaborone Campus. The joint conference will draw together experts and leaders from industry, government, and educators to discuss opportunities and challenges. Sharing information has become a vital element in human resource growth and development. It leads to the proper nurturing of global leaders.

Botho University has state-of-the-art campuses in four Southern African countries (Botswana, Namibia, Lesotho, and Eswatini) The Eswatini campus is the latest addition having been opened a few months ago. Distance learning programmes are accessible from across Africa and naturally, as the learning is online-based, people can study from anywhere in the world. Early this year, the programmes were launched in Nigeria, a market in the West African region that has huge potential as a source market for students and from where many are already making inquiries each day.

There are four vibrant faculties at BU and these are Faculty of Computing, Faculty of Health and Education, Faculty of Business and Accounting and, Faculty of Hospitality and Sustainable Tourism. The latter offers the BSc (Hons) in Hospitality Management, which is a popular course worldwide.

The reason why studying hospitality and tourism is in demand, is that when finally obtained, the qualification conveniently opens many possibilities for holders, in the fun and sought-after industry, of hospitality and tourism, and allows unlimited travel as employees or consultants all over the world. There is also the other advantage of being able to open your own business as an entrepreneur.

If you are interested and have set your sights on obtaining a highly reputable hospitality industry qualification, don’t waste your time, Find out more about the one offered by Botho, and many other courses offered under our Blended and Distance Learning option and register today.

Click here: http://bit.ly/BscHonsinHospitalityManagement

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About Martin Chemhere

A Zimbabwean born journalist and public relations consultant who, for the past 10 years, has been a resident of South Africa. He writes on arts, entertainment, media, lifestyle, aviation, travel and tourism. Martin is a PR Manager and blog writer for CreativeMagic Group.

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