262 young people applied for the master’s programme; the 35 selected students moved to London on April 9 for a five-week period. The programme will last seven months and each student received a scholarship that covers the total costs of enrolment, accommodation, travel and food.
The initiative is part of TAP’s social and environmental investment (SEI) programme in Italy and amounts to approximately €365,000. HO.MA. is addressed to students from Apulia and aims to promote the region through a training programme focused on tourism, which is one of Apulia’s main economic pillars.