The Learning Experiences and Preferences of Tourism Postgraduate Students
Set within the context of increasingly internationalized student cohorts, this article presents the findings of a study undertaken with a cohort of postgraduate tourism students to identify: (1) students' preferred learning activities (as opposed to learning styles) and (2) students' desired and/or expected skills and experiences that will result from undertaking a postgraduate tourism degree. Based on the findings of a survey undertaken with 101 tourism postgraduate students from the University of Queensland in Australia, the purpose of this article is to share the findings with other tourism educators and practitioners who may also be seeking to better understand the learning needs and expectations of their tourism postgraduate students.
Journal of Teaching in Travel & Tourism
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