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Aneta Korobkina, the SEC Managing Director, made comments on the cooperation directions:
'We are happy to announce that SEC Hospitality Training and Consulting has signed the Agreement of cooperation with Higher School of Economics (HSE). With this agreement we take part in the important educational path of the students and put their knowledge to practice.
Hospitality has many aspects and we will show students the consulting aspect first of all. Students who will be part of our internship program will be involved in everyday communication with the Hospitality and tourism (H&T) industry professionals, exposed to the main problems the industry is facing and learning how to handle these issues professionally.
Besides that we will do our best to support the Master program’s applied studies. Thus, we will assist students to identify topics of high importance for their research and provide access to data.
Another direction of the future cooperation with the HSE is that the students will participate in events organized by SEC Hospitality as well as assisting in organizing joint HSE and SEC Hospitality events in Educations field.
As a consulting company we look forward the joint research with HSE, which we are sure will provide a lot of answers to our industry. We are ready to work hand in hand with Dr. Marina Predvoditeleva and other HSE colleagues.
I graduated from American College in Thessaloniki, Greece then got Master in Tourism and Hospitality from Cezar Ritz, Switzerland. Having this international experience I strongly believe that higher education in the H&T opens the graduates the new horizons. Understanding the importance of Masters Program in H&T, I’m sure that Russian H&T need analytically thinking specialists. Like those who graduate from the “Tourism and Hotel Management” Specialization of the Master’s program “Experience Economy: Hospitality and Tourism Management“ of HSE Faculty of Business and Management. I believe that only educated minds can make differences.'