Importance Of Educational Tour Essays and Term Papers

  • The importance of educational tour

     THE IMPORTANCE OF EDUCATIONAL TOUR TO THE FIRST YEAR STUDENTS OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN TOURISM MANAGEMENT IN ACCESS COMPUTER AND TECHNICAL COLLEGES – CAMARIN A Thesis presented to the faculty of the Access Computer and Technical Colleges – Camarin In Partial Fulfillment of the requirements...

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  • english

    editing Educational tourism is a rapidly expanding area in the travel and tourism industry. It is also known as career enhancement or self-enrichment programme which comes in various formats namely foreign student exchange programmes and business conventions. However, all forms of educational tours have...

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  • Samples of Tourism Thesis

    IMPORTANCE OF EDUCATIONAL TOUR TO THE STUDENTS OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN TOURISM MANAGEMENT IN BATAAN PENINSULA STATE UNIVERSITY MAIN CAMPUS 2012-2013 ______________________________ An Undergraduate Thesis Presented to the College of Arts and Sciences Bataan Peninsula State University ______________________________ ...

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  • dfhasetgert

    Reflective Essay on LPU-Educational Trip Educational trips are always fun. Not only it enables you to learn and appreciate your environment but also it brings bonding to your group. Reminiscing the past is one great way to rest ourselves. Educational tours are of great importance as they not only broaden...

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  • Tourism Research

    good service. Services of hospitality business, Tour Operators in particular, are based on the needs of their potential and prospect customers. The primarily concern of these customers were always related with the content of the tour packages; the destination, lodging, food and beverage, transportation...

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  • ICT Educational Tour Narrative Report

    NARRATIVE REPORT IN Educational tour 2013 About the Tour Learning is not only gained in school but also from the exposure outside the school premises, according to the tour committee on its rationale. Through this, they convince us to join the tour, The B.S. Information Technology...

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  • Atishay

    Educational tours are of great importance as they not only broaden our outlook but enhance our knowledge to a great extent. That is why, we, the students await for this precious moment impatiently. Recently I got such an occasion. It was the time of summer vacation when all of a sudden a programme...

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  • Proposal

    Gathering ( Briefings and Breakfast provided) * 08.30am – 10.00am: Arrive at Sungkai , Wildlife Conservation Centre * 10.00am – 11.30am : Tour at Wildlife Conservation Centre * 11.30am – 12.00pm : Arrive at Sungai Klah * 12.00pm – 02.00pm : Lunch and Zuhur prayer at Pekan Sg Klah ...

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  • Mar121 Bangko Sentral Ng Pilipinas Tour

    On September 11, 2013, The section of MAR121 of NU College of Business & Accountancy held on educational tour in Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas for the purpose of bonding with friends, to learn new things and mainly to see firsthand the process of making money. We went to Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas...

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  • Educational Tour

    Bañares, Roselyn C. BSBA- Fin.Mgt4 “Educational Tour” (BSP, PSE and NEDA) BSP destination (Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas) September 12, 2012 that was the date of our educational tour. 6:00 am in the morning is the call time, that’s why I tried to wake up early morning to fixed my things and go...

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  • Case Study

    1.0 INTRODUCTION 1 2.0 DESCRIPTION OF TOUR 1 3.0 TARGET MARKET SEGMENT 2 4.0 MOTIVATION 2 5.0 EXPECTATION 3 6.0 INTERPRETATION 3 6.1 Principles of interpretation 3 6.2 Evaluation of the tour guide 4 7.0 SATISFACTION 5 8.0 RISK ANALYSIS OF THE TOUR 6 9.0 CONCLUSION AND SUMMARY 6 10.0 BIBLIOGRAPHY...

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  • Defination Youth Tourism in Malaysia

    TOURISM CONFERENCE: “Perspectives and Prospects” Palm Garden Hotel, Putrajaya, MALAYSIA Wednesday, 3 May 2005 KEYNOTE ADDRESS “THE ROLE AND IMPORTANCE OF YOUTH TOURISM IN THE MALAYSIAN TOURISM INDUSTRY” MR. MIRZA MOHAMMAD TAIYAB Deputy Director General I, Tourism Malaysia Distinguished Participants...

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  • the land of bravery

    the way. A Grateful acknowledgement to our parents, because they are really supportive regarding with our tour. And for allowing us to join our Cebu/Bohol 5 days and 4 nights educational tour. My deepest and sincere appreciation to our instructors. Ms. Marie Luz Perez and Mr. Rashid D. Amerkhan. For...

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  • The educational value of travelling

    practical experiences are never forgotten. They stand us in good stead throughout the life. The value of tours, excursions, expeditions etc., during school and college days is of much practical importance. They strengthen learning and make education easy and entertaining. The lessons of history, geography...

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  • Melbourne Aquarium

    Melbourne Aquarium Strategic Marketing Plan For: Expansion of Membership Program & Lunch and tour deal for Interstate students January 01 / 2009 - December 31/ 2011 Prepared by Adzrai Zainal Claire Scott Leonardo E. Jimenez Wilches Date: 13 May 2008 ...

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  • book report sample

    WIDE VISION TOURS ANTIPOLO, CITY IN PARTIAL FULFIFILLMENT FOR THE REQUIREMENT OF THE DEGREE IN BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN TOURISM MANAGEMENT SUBMITTED TO: Ms. Rhodora D. Lintot SUBMITTED BY: Feb Allman F. Balaoro Shiela A. Calixto WORLD CITI COLLEGES #156 M.L. Quezon Ave., Antipolo City June...

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  • Passes

    2. Turning down of the establishment The Philippine Science Centrum making as itinerary for the educational tours and trips. Nowadays many schools prefer going to amusement theme parks for their fieldtrip instead of going to museum. 1.3 Hypothesis ...

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  • Maharlikan Culture

    ethnographic collection date back to the St. Louis World's Fair of 1904. II. OBJECTIVES The Museum shall have the following objectives: As an educational institution, the National Museum shall take the lead in disseminating knowledge of Filipino cultural and historical heritage and developing a corps...

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  • Tourism and the Environment

    effects are not only being seen as the responsibility of political leaders, but of all citizens. This has been reinforced through education about the importance of all citizens engaging in sustainable practices (e.g., reduce, reuse, recycle) in our everyday lives. The Brundtland Commission of the United...

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  • A Report: Synopsis

    PREFACE Study tour plays an important role in the process of Education. Keeping this fact in view, a Study Tour has been carried out as a part of the curriculum in the Teachers’ Training Programme of the NCTE, Kohima. In fulfillment of this requirement, a trip to Kaziranga (Assam) has been undertaken...

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