The politican in charge of Scotland's finances will outline the importance of the Sustainable Development Goals at GCU's annual research celebration in May.
Tourism spin-offs are spreading across the whole of Scotland thanks to the success of the V&A Dundee and Highland attractions, according to new research.
Visitors, residents and businesses in Skye are being encouraged to take part in a major new study on the economic impact of tourism on the island.
A tourism masterplan devised by the Moffat Centre at Glasgow Caledonian University is set to attract thousands of extra visitors to the west coast of Scotland.
The man tasked with driving forward one of the world's most iconic coastal touring routes paid tribute to Glasgow Caledonian University for helping to make it a success.
Tourism experts from Glasgow Caledonian University are to play a key role in helping to transform Edinburgh city centre.
Professor John Lennon, Director of the Moffat Centre for Travel and Tourism at Glasgow Caledonian University, has warned the days of cheap travel insurance could also be over as travellers will need cover for flight delays and medical repatriation costs.
A suite of Glasgow School for Business and Society programmes have been awarded prestigious EPAS re-accreditation by the European Foundation for Management Development.
Late night opening hours, special events and historical re-enactments, would help make heritage tourist attractions more attractive to young people.
Two Scottish tourist attractions each welcomed more than two million visitors for the first time in 2017.
A GCU student who learned to walk again after breaking her spine is celebrating winning two awards recognising her commitment to community sports.
Malcolm Roughhead OBE discusses the need to attract new talent into the industry.
GCU student Joanna McAleer has become the first recipient of a Common Good Award digital badge for 'Active and Global Citizenship'.
A new tourism app is set to open up the rural heartlands of Scotland, as part of the A9 Dualling programme.
Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) is hosting a unique event during Scottish Tourism Week (March 15-23) exploring ways to grow visitor numbers in 2017 Scotlands Year of History, Heritage and Archaeology.
Seven Scottish tourist attractions achieved more than one million visitors in 2016, according to new research conducted by Glasgow Caledonian Universitys (GCU) Moffat Centre for Travel and Tourism Business Development.
Britain's decision to leave the European Union and the potential impact of this is the subject of debate at a seminar organised by the Law Society of Scotland and Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) tomorrow (Thursday, February 23.)
Tourism and travel experts at Glasgow Caledonian University will deliver a key national survey for VisitScotland.
The Holocaust and Nazi architecture will form the central focus of an international dark tourism conference at Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) this summer.
The strategic role that universities play in building a successful Scotland, economically, socially and culturally, was the subject of this years annual Universities Scotland event, held in the Scottish Parliament.