HIT Scotland announces new scholarship categories

30 July 2015 by
HIT Scotland announces new scholarship categories

Hospitality Industry Trust (HIT) Scotland has announced three new categories in its 2016 scholarship programme.

The new categories will focus on customer service and include a customer services masterclass, capital gains scholarship and global scholarship. Scholarships are available for people working within or studying towards a career in Scottish hospitality.

David Cochrane, chief executive of HIT Scotland, said: "HIT strives to make Scotland the best hospitality industry in the world and we know this can be achieved through our once in a lifetime training opportunities and experiences that provide scholars with the opportunity to learn locally, nationally and internationally."

He added: "I am hugely proud to be part of a sector that contributes so much to Scotland, and I know these scholarships will help to shape the future of the Scottish hospitality industry."

Applications for the 2016 scholarship programme will be launched at the HIT Highland Dinner on 1 October and will close on 27 November 2015.

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