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IFT ranked 2nd in Asia for hospitality and leisure management

The Institute for Tourism Studies (IFT) has been ranked second in Asia in the field of hospitality and leisure management by the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2017. The institution is also ranked 18th in the same field when compared to the rest of the world. Within the hospitality and leisure management field, IFT […]

The Institute for Tourism Studies (IFT) has been ranked second in Asia in the field of hospitality and leisure management by the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2017. The institution is also ranked 18th in the same field when compared to the rest of the world.
Within the hospitality and leisure management field, IFT was the only tertiary education institution from Macau ranked by the QS World University Rankings.
Meanwhile, Hong Kong Polytechnic University topped the list for the Asian region and was third for worldwide. The University of Nevada in Las Vegas ranked best in the world for hospitality and leisure management.
QS World University Rankings is composed by Quacqarelli Symonds Ltd (QS), which is published on an annual basis. QS has been compiling rankings by subject since 2011.
For the 2017 edition, it assessed more than 1,100 institutions in 74 countries. The ranking by subject is produced using four sources of information: surveys of academics and employers, as well as research impact assessments.

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