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Learning Activity – International Week UCN 2013 – 2sokeho

1. Please discuss in what way the guest lectures held during the International Days at UCN are relevant in relation to the subjects that you attend/have attended at UCN? Discuss with your group and present your arguments. In today's situation, notice knowledge eventually erodes your control. If you know something very important, the way to get influence and power is by actually sharing it. And sharing it to students is actually the better way to make that knowledge go through generations, improve it somehow. At UCN, importance is given on not only making us, the students, academically brilliant, but make us true leaders and team players. It is important to invite people from industries and top institutions to provide valuable information to us. It is important to invite distinguished personalities from the hotel and tourism industry as well as the business industry in order to show the UCN students the best way to lead with the real world and to exceed the expected and at the same time connect the subjects learned in class with the vision and experience brought by the tone speakers in the guest lectures. This guest lectures were a way of inspiring our students with the latest updates of the industries and make them connect what they have learn and how are they going to use it when the real world is actually facing them. 2. The guest lectures during the International Days at UCN have contributed to a deeper understanding of how “things are done” in other cultures? How? Please discuss with your group and present your arguments. The guest lectures during the International Days at UCN helped us to have a better understanding from each country represented and the way they are linked with the tourism itself. Our group highlights one of the our favorite presentations, from Marie Vestergaard Mikkelsen of Bosnia and Herzegovina that showed how a country under war can still have a tourism industry....
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