Launching of NEW EURHODIP DIPLOMAS
24th conference in Seville (Spain) – 26 to 29 October 2017
Patrimonial and Cultural Tourism – New models of business for the 21st century
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Election of a new Board of Directors during the conference of a new President, Luis de LEZAMA BARAÑANO.
New on-line Magazine
23rd conference in Yerevan (Armenia) – 13 to 16 October 2016
Tourism Education: on the road to new destinations
22nd conference in TEL AVIV – 13 to 17 May 2015
Tourism in the Mediterranean and Education – Challenges & Perspectives
21st conference in Vilnius (Lithuania)
Election of a Board of Directors – Reelection of the president, Drs Cees van der KLIP
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19th conference in Martigny (Switzerland)
Eurhodip is partner of a European project Erasmus for All.
18th conference in Paris
Election of the new board of directors and a new president, M. Cees van der Klip.
Launching of the new Eurhodip Website
16th conference in Bologna (Italy) organised by IAL CISL Emilia Romagna on the theme of Catering in Europe: Authenticity and Quality – Solutions for Global Challenges Launching of Eurhoqual quality label with Eurhodip members.
20th anniversary of Eurhodip and 15th conference in Casablanca (Morocco).
Launching of a Leonardo project on mobility: Eurhomobility.
Creation of a Consortium for International Olympic Games initiated by the Russian International Academy for Tourism
The first Eurhoqual quality labels are tested on 2 pilot schools.
14th yearly conference in London, in the United Kingdom, organised by Llandrillo College Cymru in Wales, on the theme of Profit through Productivity in the hotel industry. Eurhodip becomes an international association (aisbl) and the head office is in the Maison des Associations Internationales in Brussels.
Eurhoqual project: meeting of the Advisory Board including personalities from the European hotel industry and European educational world in order to to work out a system of reference of the skills that will enable students to work in Europe at the end of their studies
Approval by the European Commission of a Leonardo da Vinci pilot project presented by IAL ER International Campus in Italy in partnership with Eurhodip, involving other member schools. This project named DIONISO represents an important budget.
12th annual conference in Madrid (Spain) organized by the Grupo Lezama hotel schools. Plan for the creation of a quality label for Eurhodip member schools. Election of a new Board of Directors. The president, Alain SEBBAN, is reelected
11th annual conference in Namur (Belgium) organized by the Ecole Hôtelière Provinciale and the Institut Supérieur de Gestion Hôtelière de la Haute Ecole de la Province de Namur. First year of the E.A.S.I. (Eurhodip Award for Student Innovation). Creation of a European internships service further to a survey conducted in European hotel schools.
Creation of the Eurhodiap Award for Student Innovation – E.A.S.I.: a contest that rewards students’ capacity for innovation and focuses on the European content and language skills
10th Annual Conference at Institut Vatel in Moscow, Russia, on Euroformation Presentation of a Russian-European pilot programme in hotel and tourism higher education
9th Annual Conference in Maastricht at the Hoge Hotelschool Maastricht, the Netherlands.
Presentation of the new organization of Eurhodip Diplomas and Degrees.
4,000 students hold Eurhodip Diplomas
8th Annual Conference organized by I.A.L. Emilia Romagna in Venice, Italy
7th Annual conference in Seville at the Escuela Superior de Hoteleria de Sevilla, Spain
6th Annual Conference organized by the F+U Akademie für Wirtschaft in Heidelberg, Germany.
5th Annual Conference at Institut Vatel in Lyon, France. 10th anniversary of Eurhodip.
4th Annual conference at Guernsey College for Further Education in Guernsey, United Kingdom.
At that time, 1,200 European students hold Eurhodip Diplomas and in 1997, about 500 new candidates take Eurhodip exams.
Working-out of the European Internships Charter. Drawing-up of the background papers for organizing placements: presentation booklet – guidebook and training contract. These documents are intended for member schools organizing Eurhodip examinations only.
3rd Annual conference at Institut Supérieur de Gestion Hotelière in Namur, Belgium.
70 European schools from 11 countries are members of Eurhodip. About 900 students have graduated from Eurhodip and hold managing positions in the worldwide hotel industry.
The first manual is published. Seven others will be published by the end of 1996.
2nd Annual Conference at Escola Superior d’Hostelleria de Catalunya in Barcelona, Spain.
First Annual Eurhodip Conference at Institut Vatel in Nîmes, France.
September 1992 to June 1995
Launching of seminars for Eurhodip teachers with the intention of writing European manuals
Launching of the first curriculum with the purpose of awarding a European Hotel and Catering Diploma. From then on, Eurhodip coordinates both a European Technician Diploma and a European Management Diploma.
The General Meeting creates and organizes the Examination Committee, involving many professionals.
Setting-up of EURHODIP into an Association coming under Belgian law. Registered office: Hotel Hilton in Brussels. Head office: Hotel School in Koksijde (Belgium).
Creation of EURHODIP initiated by 20 European hotel schools.