ITT shows its commitment to careers and education by recognition of good practice, student awards, consultancy and much more.
ITT runs an Education & Training Committee chaired by ITT Board Director Claire Steiner. Claire organises student events on behalf of ITT, such as the hugely popular 'Future You' seminar at WTM.
She also represents ITT on external education/ industry bodies. Educational partnerships are an important part of ITT’s careers and education work.
|The most recent being with the Global Travel & Tourism Partnership, a multi-country educational programme to introduce students to careers in travel and tourism.|
ITT is committed to supporting high quality research and to enhancing partnership between the sector and British universities. The development of a suite of awards reflects this commitment.
ITT is committed to supporting and celebrating high quality research undertaken in British universities. This is reflected by their continued support for this unique and prestigious award. Applicants do not need to be members of the Institute, though we would encourage you to join! In the past, the award has been won by students who have undertaken a variety of projects, not all of which have been directly relevant to businesses.
The award ceremony will be held at the ITT Summer Party.
Entries for the 2020 awards must be received no later than 30th April 2020. Please send your entry to email@example.com
Further details of the award:
|Prize:||Certificate for successful student
ITT student membership for one year
|Criteria:||Clarity of application
Novelty of the research project
Potential contribution of the research to
professional practice (in widest sense)
Wider contribution to the research/tourism community
|Judges:||ITT Education and Training Committee|
Click here for an application form for the ITT Award for PhD Research Student of the Year.
Click here for a list of past winners.
Please note, all winners must be available to travel to London to receive their award at the ITT Summer Party.
ITT created the Centres of Excellence status to recognise leading universities keen on working particularly closely with the Institute.
Universities with Centre of Excellence status will be able to use a dedicated logo, receive support in organising industrial placements, have access to high level industry speakers, have access to senior industry figures for research purposes and will grant an annual ITT Centre of Excellence Student of the Year award to a student identified by the university.