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George Washington University International Institute of Tourism Studies (IITS)



The George Washington University International Institute of Tourism Studies (IITS) is recognized as a global leader in tourism education, research and consulting and is chartered entity within the GW School of Business

The George Washington University International Institute of Tourism Studies (IITS) is recognized as a global leader in tourism education, research and consulting and is chartered entity within the GW School of Business.

We assist both local and inbound students, professionals and organizations in many ways, including the following:

- deliver innovative educational experiences in multiple disciplines for leisure and business groups of all sizes, as a receptive operator.

- connect industry with undergraduate and graduate students for internship and job opportunities.

- supply practical guidance to businesses, organizations and communities, helping them to operate responsibly and derive maximum benefit from their tourism-related investments.

- provide early and mid-career professionals with degree and certificate programs in event and meeting management, hospitality management, sport management, and sustainable tourism management. More information here:

http://business.gwu.edu/programs/specialized-masters/master-of-tourism-…

https://business.gwu.edu/academics/programs/executive-education/profess…

  • Educational Programming
Meeting Space Details

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Metro Station

Foggy Bottom-GWU

CONTACT

2201 G St. NW
Ste. 301
Washington, DC 20052
United States

2029941706

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