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Cosca students attend Cebu Tourism Congress

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Students in hotel and restaurant management from the Colegio de Santa Catalina de Alejandria (COSCA)attended the 15th Tourism Congress last week at the Cebu International Convention Center in Cebu City. {{more}}

Ramon F. Sun, convenor of the Cosca HRM program, said the exposure trip was intended to expose the students to the best practices of eco-tourism, which was highlighted during the Congress with lectures from experts in the hotel and restaurant industry.

The Congress, organized by the Cebu Chamber of Commerce and Industry to commemorate the Cebu Business Month, was attended by representatives from the various tourism stakeholders in the Philippines.

Sun said the visit to Cebu was in line with Cosca’s program to produce quality graduates and become market driving forces of the community. (PR)


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