PREIT-tour students successfully present their graduation work
Within the framework of the project Fostering a platform for research-based education to support sustainable development through Tourism in the Cajas Massif Biosphere Area (CMBA), the pilot course one on Research-Based Learning has begun to support their graduate theses.
Last year, approximately 22 students from the pilot course one on Research-Based Learning developed in the tourism career were involved. Four projects have been presented with sustainable development and SDG 2030 at their core in the last month. Some of them deal with associativity, border conflicts, gender, and rural development.
Most of the projects have been graded with excellent marks. As a result, some students have been invited to publish their degree works and be part of an academic congress to be held next year as speakers.
From PREIT-tour, we wish our students the greatest success in their professional careers. We remain linked to them to build new projects.
Photograph credits: PREIT-tour