Information for applicants
The College of Tourism and International Commercial Relations offers students a rare combination of both theory and practice. We believe that field experience holds the same importance as classroom instruction.
Foreign languages (we offer a total of 39) figure prominently, at the school, and our students devote themselves to three, during the course of their studies. We equip our graduates to work, locally, with foreigners, or to work abroad.
List of languages
- Focus on practice. Not only theory. Practice is, often, more valuable.
- Language training. Speaking, speaking and more speaking. That’s the rule that keeps us moving forward. We know it and follow it.
- Most of our graduates find their jobs shortly after finishing college. But we also help our students find work, to gain practical experience, during their studies.
- Qualified teachers. Lectures are given by teachers with university degrees, by native speakers, and also by successful people, from the field.