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ITS – Institute of Tourism Studies

ITS – Institute of Tourism Studies

ITS is a tourism and hotel management/hospitality school

At ITS you can study tourism or hotel management. The school lies in St. Julians. Many Maltese and Chinese are studying in the school but there are also other nationalities.


Official website of the Institute of Tourism Studies (ITS)

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