Hospitality & Tourism

Sector Overview

Hospitality and tourism is one of the world’s fastest growing industries, and it is a highly opportune time to gain experience in this sector with an international internship. This industry is continuing to grow in importance as it directs the flow of international business in Southeast Asia. Our hospitality and tourism program offers internships abroad at renowned hotels, resorts, and luxury tourism companies that accommodate clients from all over the world.

Example Company

career up hospitality tourism

Global Estate Resorts Inc.

Global Estate Resorts Inc. (PSE: GERI) is a leading and publicly traded luxury property developer. The company hosts an impressive portfolio of both residential and commercial estates, from master-planned communities to skyrise complexes within Central districts of Manila.

With its prime land bank of 3,000 hectares in strategically located tourism hot spots such as Boracay, Tagaytay, and Batangas, GERI is well-positioned to promote the country on a global scale and drive the contribution of tourism to the growth of the economy and society over the long term.

GERI is a subsidiary of Alliance Global Inc., one of the country’s largest conglomerates with interests in real estate development, food and beverage, quick service restaurants and integrated tourism.

Example Projects

Work with executives on development of new client satisfaction programs

Implement quality control programs to ensure the guests have an optimal experience

Analyse the hospitality and tourism market macro trends

Gather customer’s feedback and implement with actionable steps

Develop marketing strategies and campaigns for leisure sites

Improve employees training guidelines and documentation

"Working with IdeaSpace here has been unbelievable and SK Pacific having that connection and being able to put me here has been invaluable.”

Joseph Sullivan, Finance Intern, IdeaSpace


"When I arrived in Manila, my driver was waiting for me. He took me to my hotel and got me checked in. Everything was as smooth as it could possibly be.”

Rachel Clark, International Business Intern, IAS Global