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Creme de la creme

A degree in hospitality opens up a range of career options-from hotels to retail chains.

The hospitality industry is today abuzz with hype about the tremendous employment and travel opportunities that exist in this sector. The sector is attracting the curiosity of parents and guardians of students faced with the challenge of choosing a course for themselves. Let us begin by first understanding what is hospitality and then try to explore the prospects of the industry that revolve around it.

The Cambridge English Dictionary describes hospitality as the act of being friendly and welcoming to guests and visitors, and also the food, drink, entertainment etc. that an organisation provides for guests or business partners. On a closer scrutiny, hospitality appears to be an attitude that anticipates the needs of others and

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