This programme benefits from the School’s top-class facilities, teaching and industry links to provide a high-quality, vocational education to existing and future managers, executives and professionals in the food industry.
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European tourist destinations are increasingly recognising the importance of sustainability to their businesses. This awareness, however, hasn’t always been matched by their ability to assess sustainability.
“It’s not all about studying. I used to represent India as a gymnast and found a job as a coach, teaching gymnastics to children in a town nearby.”
Graham leads our highly rated School of Hospitality and Tourism Management, where he conducts research into business ethics, sustainable tourism and corporate social responsibility. He acts in an editorial capacity for several prestigious tourism journals and contributes his expertise to government bodies, trade associations and the UN.
The University of Surrey has become the first university to receive the prestigious Tourism Society Award, a recognition of its sustained commitment to excellence in the tourism industry.
Kata Katz is a Destination Manager for Atlasz World Travel. In her diverse and dynamic role, Kata works with people from all over the world offering tailor-made holidays. She is also in charge of inbound VIP travel for the company, putting her in touch with a variety of influential people.