H.P.E.T - Higher and Polyvalent Expert in Tourism.
The Certificate of Higher and Polyvalent Expert in Tourism, is authorized in Italy by the Ministry of Education.
This certificate is issued after attending and completing the two years post-graduated course at the ltalian UET seats in Milan –Rome - Palermo.
The program of studies includes the following subjects:
- Tourism Marketing
- Tourism Destination Management
- Tourism Economy
- Hospitality Management
- Geography of Tourism
- Systems of Transport
- Tourism Law
- Booking Reservations
- Congress and Events Management
- Food & Beverage Management
- Sustainable Tourism
- Case Histories
- Project Work
The teaching staff is made up by both university professors and professional experts of the tourisM field. They blend theory with practice giving the know-how of their professional experience thanks to simulations and case histories.
The foreign language teachers are all mother tongue and qualified in language education.
ln order to let you make a real working experience and to start comparing your theory knowledge with what the tourism industry needs, you will make four trainings on the job during the two years course. The trainings are organised in ltaly and abroad.
The issued certificate allows to get the educational credits recognised if you decide to enroll at European Universities .
Length: 350 hs per academic year.
Stages: 3 to 6 months per academic year.
Cost: € 5.000,00 per year.
UET is the Italian representative of the international group, SLEST. Thanks to the results obtained in the area of various “Leonardo da Vinci” projects of the European Community, Uet is able to offer, exclusively for Italy, this prestigious diploma for the tourism sector.
What the SLEST system offers…
International language diplomas for professions, the only one of its kind in Europe
Recognition of qualifications thanks to the European partners of SLEST International Board, such as the Fachverband für touristische Aus- und Weiterbildung e.V. in Germany, the ECBM College in London (enactment of the British-German Chamber of Commerce), the University of Malaga, as well as the University of Konya in Turkey.