THE SUCCESSFUL RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TOURISM AND ACADEMIC MOBILITY (A MODEL FOR INCREASING THE DEMAND OF FOREIGN STUDENTS)

Alon Menin

Abstract


From the beginning of the tourism industry, he knew how to adapt himself to the needs of the citizen, the guest at the hotel, and the civil society. We are witnessing today of a growing variety in the tourism offerings in a large number of topics of life, from leisure tourism, sports and extreme tourism, corporate activities and medical tourism. The student mobility around the world creates for the "tourist space" a new world of business opportunity which is called, academic tourism.

 

JEL: L83, Z32, I25

 

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academic mobility, academic tourism, international relation

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.46827/ejefr.v0i0.131

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