Professor Aris Moussoulides
Department of Hospitality and Tourism Management, Larnaca CollegeCV Moussoulides
Professor Dr. Aris Moussoulides was born and raised in Nicosia, Cyprus. After graduating from the world known Swiss Hotel Management School Les Roches (Diploma in Hotel Management) with Merrit in 1990, Professor Dr. Moussoulides completed in one year (October 1991 – November 1992) a Master of Science degree in Hotel Administration at the prestigious University of Strathclyde in Scotland, Uk! Then after working in the Swiss and Cypriot hotel Industry in various five and four star hotels as well as tourism companies where he held top managerial jobs (Amongst others, Operations Manager at a large 4 star beach hotel, Managing Director at a hotel representation company and even Assistant General Manager for the elite Cypriot Hotel Association ACTE) Professor Dr Moussoulides joined the faculty of Intercollege in September 2001 (the then largest college in Cyprus with three campuses all over the Island) as a tenured lecturer and Head of the Hotel and Tourism Department at its Larnaca campus where he got involved in teaching, research as well as project management in various projects both for Intercollege and the Athens University of Economics and Business (as an Associate Researcher of ReSEES)! On the 9/2/2016 Professor Dr Moussoulides successfully completed a Dprof (Doctor of Professional studies degree) in Hotel and Tourism Management at Middlesex University, UK! The topic of his Doctorate Thesis is “The Impact of Seasonality on Service Quality in Beach Hotels: The case of the Palm beach hotel and Bungalows”.
Professor Dr. Aris Moussoulides is currently employed at the “Larnaca College” where he holds the rank of Professor in the Department of Hospitality and Tourism Management. At the same time he is employed as an Associate Researcher in two projects by the Athens University of Economics and Business (as a team member of ReSEES). His current research interests and publications are found in the fields of Sustainable Development, Service Quality in Hotels and Seasonality in Tourism.