Regents’ students apply every year for a wide range of courses around the world – from physics to marketing, economics to fine art – and it’s important that they’re offered the best possible advice on which universities and colleges to strive for.
Dr FitzGibbon was well-placed to advise the students on hospitality management, with Glion and Les Roches ranked among the top three hospitality management schools in the world. Both Glion and Les Roches are based in Switzerland with branch campuses in Spain, the United Kingdom and the United States.
Regents’ University Advisor, Paul Press remarked: “The 90 or so students in our Sixth Form have the ability and motivation to take on so many different challenges when they move on to higher education, and we’re really grateful to Dr FitzGibbon for taking the time to provide an insight into what the world’s leading hospitality management courses have to offer.”
Dr FitzGibbon was impressed by the Regents’ students: “We really appreciate the quality of students at Regents International School Pattaya. At our schools, we focus not only on strong academics, but the motivation of the student to be a successful professional. It’s quite clear that Regents’ students have the balance that we seek in our most successful students.”