Correlation of Travel Management Education to the Employment of Bachelor of Science International Travel and Tourism Management (BSITTM) Graduates

Authors: Jesty G. Arevalo, Alexis Rica A. Espiritu, Rudkyle Roldan and Dr. Jocelyn Camalig

Issue: 2020-2021


This paper aimed to the Tourism Education that ensure higher education institutions use program accreditation as a quality control mechanism and a method for an outside authority to observe how educational methods are being implemented to ensure high quality outputs in the Lyceum of the Philippines University-Manila that offer the program of Bachelor of Science in International Travel and Tourism Management (BSITTM) to educates and train their students to become local and globally competitive that meet the international standard for tourism industry. These five variables: [1] Institutional Resources, [2] Curriculum, [3] Faculty, [4] Learning Outcomes, [5] Job Performance that helps their graduates give more opportunities that call for skilled people and rank in terms of production, career, attitude, and technical capabilities, among the greatest in the world by the helped of the College of International Tourism and Hospitality Management (CITHM). The researchers evaluated the graduates in the program of BSITTM work-related skills and provided data on their employment status, determined the school-related variables that influencing the graduate’s employability-based values to employment

KEYWORDS: Tourism Education, Accreditation, Competitive Advantage, Performance