ITS moves to Luqa today; making space for db project

The Institute of Tourism Studies (ITS) has moved today to the new campus in Ħal Luqa, which allows the controversial db project to move forward in Pembroke.

The new campus now caters for 1000 students, compared to the old campus which catered for 750. It is nearly double the size of that in Pembroke and thus features more classrooms, two additional kitchens, and more offices for both academics and administrative staff.

ITS explained that they are aiming to increase the current proportion of international students to become develop a world class international educational institution in the field of hospitality and tourism studies.