Uniline continues this year with a scholarship program and professional internship program in which final year students of the University of Juraj Dobrila in Pula, in the field of tourism, finance, informatics, culture and tourism and economics, bring the opportunity to receive a monthly stipend of 1.250 kuna and gain the first practical experiences in the tourism sector. This year, Uniline will select 4 students who stand out with their academic success and motivation, and will receive a scholarship of HRK 1.250 per month for the academic year 2019/2020. In addition to the amount of money, scholarship holders will undergo a special program during the mandatory internship program mentoring program in a company through which they will gain insight into all segments of work in Uniline and have the opportunity to get to know the basic laws of work in tourism. After the presentation of the scholarship program and professional practice, starting at 15:00, there will be an interesting lecture and consultation for private accommodation renters on how to stay competitive and how to adapt the offer to the next, challenging tourist years. Unilinea Open Day / Landlord Counseling The scholarship program and professional internship will be presented at Uniline Open Day, September 13 at the Uniline headquarters, 38 Bože Gumpca Street in Pula, where at 14:00 p.m. Uniline employees to present the program to all interested students first hand and discover all the possibilities of pursuing a career at Uniline. “We want to encourage the diligence and education of our students and enable them to study more easily and have their first work experience. At Uniline, we offer the opportunity to develop exciting careers in tourism, because as a company we follow new tourism trends and continuously open new markets. Therefore, we invite interested final year students to apply for the program, but also to visit us at Uniline on Open Day where they can learn all about the program and our company”, pointed out Nina Stepčić, Human Resources Coordinator of Uniline. The program of events, in addition to students, is focused on private renters, but also other fellow citizens who want to get to know the business of this successful company. The conference will cover the characteristics of today’s guests, minimum guest stay, determining the optimal price of the apartment, the problem of falling results when cooperating on request, but also additional content that guests are looking for, as well as questions whether pets are welcome, whether there is an additional charge for air conditioning, why quality photography sells and offer a number of other useful tips that can significantly benefit renters of private accommodation.