Hello, dear reader.
The pandemic has affected all aspects of life and has stifled global economic growth. This period proved especially difficult for those who enjoy traveling. However, the end of the pandemic has resulted in an increase in the number of tourists in the world's most popular tourist destinations.
Caucasus University Tourism School (CTS) is 13 years old.
It currently offers a bachelor's degree in tourism and a three-year joint bachelor's degree in hospitality management.
The bachelor's program in tourism received the World Tourism Organization's TedQual certificate, making it the first not only in Georgian educational history, but also in the region. This certificate ensures that the bachelor's program in tourism is offered by one of the world's leading universities.
The Bachelor of Hospitality Management program is offered in partnership with Fairleigh Dickinson University. This is the first three-year bachelor’s program, with students who excel academically having the opportunity to continue their studies at Fairleigh Dickinson University in the United States in the final semester. The graduate will receive a diploma from two universities upon completion of the program.
Entrants who have not yet decided which university to attend are given a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to receive a full-fledged education at the Caucasus Tourism School, practice in the best branded hotels, work in tourism companies, and so on.
Excellent students will be exempt from tuition fees and will be able to participate in exchange programs throughout Europe and the world. The Tourism School has a very high graduate employment rate.
We are happy to answer any additional questions.
Good luck, and make the right decision!
Tourism will exist as long as humans do!
Dean of Caucasus Tourism School