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Internship for students in MK Mountain Resort hotels

Young tourism and hotel business experts at Mt. Kopaonik

22. November 2010. | 10:50

Source: Emg.rs

In cooperation with the University of Novi Sad, MK Group has provided tourism and hotel business faculty students with professional internship in MK Mountain Resort facilities at Mt. Kopaonik as of this year.

In cooperation with the University of Novi Sad, MK Group has provided tourism and hotel business faculty students with professional internship in MK Mountain Resort facilities at Mt. Kopaonik as of this year.

Since middle-December 2010 until middle-March 2011, 45 future tourism and hotel business experts will for the first time have an opportunity to confirm their theoretical knowledge through internship in the coming winter season in the Grand and Anđela hotels at Mt. Kopaonik.

- So far, we have sent tourism and hotel business students to European hotels for internship. However, owing to cooperation with MK Group, which advocates transfer of know-how and skills between faculties and the business sector, we have established cooperation with hoteliers at Mt. Kopaonik, our largest winter tourism centre, for the first time this year – explains Mirjana Penić, an expert consultant at the Department of Geography, Tourism and Hotel Business, Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics (PMF), University of Novi Sad, adding that the idea is to provide future tourism professionals with experience through internship, thus enabling them to open the door of the tourism market.

Realising problems encountered by the present educational system and the significance of knowledge for the overall growth and progress of the society, this is only the beginning of fruitful cooperation and development of even closer relations between MK Group and the PMF.

MK Group allocates more than EUR500.000 annually for various forms of donor and sponsor activities, with the Group’s financial support mainly focused on education and healthcare.

Priorities are primary and secondary schools in Serbia, numerous student associations and humanitarian organisations, hospitals and healthcare centres, as well as centres for children and youth with disabilities.


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