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C. D.
Studied BS Travel and Tourism Management (slightly different course)
at De La Salle-college Of Saint Benilde , Manila
Graduated: 2010

About De La Salle-college Of Saint Benilde:
Honestly, my school is one of the most expensive schools in the country. You won't think the money you paid is wasted at all. Benilde has up to date facilities, proffesional and experienced faculty, and international and high class partner institutions where you can take your intership and most of our graduates go abroad.

About my college education:
My course is interesting in a sense that you get to know about the world. You study not only popular destinations that people visit but you also get to know what other people are like in different parts of the globe. Like any other course, you really have to study hard to be a graduate of this course in a sense that you need to know a lot of information like popular places, fave foods, culture, country codes, foreign laws and I forgot to mention that this course will also require you to learn a foreign language, depending on your schools curriculum. This course also teaches you on managing your own travel agency.


My current job:
I have my own business
Not really related to BS Travel and Tourism Management


Am I using what I learned in college:
Somewhat, I was not able to use all the knowledge I learned due to the nature of my business is marketing. However, whenever any of my family members wants to travel locally or internationally, I book they're flights for them and explain to them airport policies, arrival and departure time, baggage allowances etc.

How long did it take to find a job after graduation:
I was a working student while studying so, I had the same job after graduation for a couple of months more. I was working in a call center as I needed a night job.

Do I recommend studying BS Travel and Tourism Management:
I would recommend this course if your a person who loves traveling to different parts of the globe and getting to know a lot of people. Choose a course that is in tune with what you want to be and what you love to do. In that way, it won't feel like your going to work everyday..

Upon graduation, you have a lot od options on where you would like to apply, from Airports, Resorts, Cruise Ships, Travel Agencies and a lot more. Plus, our government is currently promoting the country as one of the top tourist destinations in the world, so expect more jobs for those who are in the travel and tourism industry.
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About Lyceum Of The Philippines University:
The professors - are all professional.
The facilities - just a bit crowded because a lot of student are taking hospitality courses.

About my college education:
You need interpersonal skill, managment, interaction with the people.

My current job:
Guests service executive
✓  Related to Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management


How long did it take to find a job after graduation:
8 months

Do I recommend studying Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management:
Salary level is fine.
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About Polytechnic University Of The Philippines:
The professors are the best. In terms of teaching and guiding the students. The atmosphere and facilities may not be as good as the private schools. But the important part is when the student learns something from what the professor teaches.

About my college education:
For me, I find my course interesting and enjoyable. Interesting because you can learn many things about other countries and their history. Enjoyable because just by seeing those beautiful places from different places, it makes you want to go and travel the world.
The skills you need are memorization, english, and interpersonal skills.

My current job:
Travel agency
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Am I using what I learned in college:
Yes. I work in Tourism.

How long did it take to find a job after graduation:
I worked before we graduated.

Do I recommend studying Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management:
Yes I would. To help our country to gain more jobs and present our country as one of the best.
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Jose Pangilinan
Studied BS in Tourism Management
at Lyceum Of The Philippines University
Graduated: 2005

About Lyceum Of The Philippines University:
Lyceum is not bad at all. I found it very inviting to study. There, are places in the university that surely accommodating for each of student. Facilities? Good but not the best I guess there's no perfect school in the Philippines that offers a very best facilities. But Lyceum had a good atmosphere.

About my college education:
Studying Tourism of the Philippines was such an honor for me. To know the culture of native and the people from different places around the country was very interesting for me. There were couple of subjects that might be irrelevant but in the long run you will realize that those subjects are very important. I’m surely You will like the year when internship goes. I really had fun when I did this activity oz I gained friends and also knowledge that is very useful for my career.

My current job:
Online travel booker
✓  Related to BS in Tourism Management


Am I using what I learned in college:
Yes

How long did it take to find a job after graduation:
One month

Do I recommend studying BS in Tourism Management:
Tourism is very likable. Recommended. But most importantly is the capability of a person and the interest of the person. I'm not saying that this is a difficult course. It's a big "NO". The course is very easy and enjoyable. Interest is much more important at all.
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Marckie Emockz
Studied BS in Tourism Management
at Catholic College Of Marseille (paris, France)
Graduated: 2010

About Catholic College Of Marseille (paris, France):
It was awesome. Complete in facilities, very good atmosphere, even a good companion to all.

About my college education:
It was interesting but very pleasure course, very high expectations that they expecting to you.

My current job:
I work was as a photographer.
Totally not related to BS in Tourism Management


Am I using what I learned in college:
Yes, absolutely!

How long did it take to find a job after graduation:
As soon as i'd finish my course,

Do I recommend studying BS in Tourism Management:
Yes, i would rather recommend to study my course to others, because aside from what you learned inside the school or university, you have the chance to experience the exposure outside the school. Definitely!!
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Emely Llgas
Studied BS in Tourism Management
at University of Rizal System - Antipolo
Graduated: 2008

About University of Rizal System - Antipolo:
My school is the oldest school in our region the buildings are too old but still conducive in learning and all the professors are friendly.

About my college education:
Tourism is one of the easiest courses nowadays. It both developed my knowledge and my personality. You will learn the history of different places around the world. And there's also business subject because student of this course should be prepared in handling and presenting tourist businesses.

My current job:
Senior Relationship Manager at Teleperformance.
Totally not related to BS in Tourism Management


How long did it take to find a job after graduation:
Six Months.

Do I recommend studying BS in Tourism Management:
Maybe, of course you have to be interested with this study before taking this course.
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