Certificates for students

EURHODIP Qualifications of Professional Skills “EQPS” “EQPS” cater to students
and young professionals in hospitality, catering and tourism, according to their levels of studies or professional responsibilities. They are designed to measure and enhance the technical and cultural knowledge (knowledge), professional capacities (know-how) and personal skills (skills) acquired by young people in training or young employees of the hotel and tourism industry.

There are two levels of skills and four sub-levels assessment, created in respect of the European Qualification Framework (EQF), accessible at the end of tests developed in direct relationship with the expectations of the professional sector:

Technician Levels
European Diploma in Hotel & Restaurant (level EQF 5)

Management Levels
European Bachelor of Manager in Hospitality & Tourism (level EQF 6)
European MBA in Hotel & Tourism (level EQF 7)

EURHODIP Qualifications of Professional Skills are awarded after written and oral tests. In order to obtain a Certificate, a Diploma, a Bachelor and  a Master’s degree, candidates must register for exams corresponding to their level of studies or responsibility (prerequisite) then complete, successfully, the related tests.

To register for an examination EURHODIP allowing access to an EQPS, the candidate must:
– be enrolled in a training program at a minimum level equivalent to the EQPS level sought,
– or have a professional responsibility mobilizing minimum skills corresponding to the level sought such as defined in the European Qualifications Framework (EQF).

The EURHODIP Qualifications of Professional Skills have been validated by a Council of qualified senior representatives of the Hospitality, Catering Companies, Tourism Industries and Employment Agencies, such as: General Managers, Hotel Directors, Heads of departments, Directors of Human Resources, Recruitment Officers, etc…

The EURHODIP Qualifications of Professional Skills have been validated by a Council of qualified senior representatives of the Hospitality, Catering Companies, Tourism Industries and Employment Agencies, such as: General Managers, Hotel Directors, Heads of departments, Directors of Human Resources, Recruitment Officers, etc….

Exam organization

Exam details

TECHNICIAN  LEVELS

European Diploma in Hotel & Restaurant (level EQF 5)

Candidates must complete a registration form with EURHODIP which, after verification, will assign them an ID number and an access code. A fixed date is determined by Eurhodip’s exam department and the candidate’s school. The exam consists of passing a Multiple Choice Questionnaire (MCQ) posted on EURHODIP’s dedicated platform in limited time. The 80 random questions relate to the acquisition of technical and cultural knowledge in the following areas: Professional culture, General culture, European culture, Economics, Attitude and Professional Skills. Results to the MCQ are later communicated by EURHODIP which retains full control of the Exam.  The candidates also take online the EURHODIP Personality Test intended to assess their human and interpersonal skills focus on several aspects: Dynamism, Organization, Autonomy, Sociability, Orientation and Style of work, Emotional Control, General activity, Ancestry, Emotional stability,
Benevolence, Objectivity. Results are detailed and converted to a score on a scale of 20 (≧12/20 success). If the candidate gets a minimum of 50 correct answers (62%) to the MCQ and more than 12/20 on the personality test, she/he receives the “European Diploma in Hotel & Restaurant“.

MANAGEMENT  LEVELS

European Bachelor of Manager in Hospitality & Tourism EQF6

Candidates must complete a registration form with EURHODIP which, after verification, will assign them an ID number and an access code. At a date set by the school and EURHODIP, the exam consists of passing a Multiple Choice Questionnaire (MCQ) posted on EURHODIP’s dedicated platform, in limited time. The 140 random questions relate to the acquisition of technical and cultural knowledge in the following areas: Professional culture, General culture, European culture, Economics, Marketing, Strategy, Human Resources, Finance, Business management, Attitude and Professional Skills. Results to the MCQ are later communicated by EURHODIP which retains full control of the test.  If candidates get a minimum of 90 right answers (60%) to the MCQ, the MCQ is passed. The Bachelor is also made of an oral examination. The candidates stand before a jury, composed by the Member -School, including teachers and professionals of the Hospitality sector or the Catering industry. The jury is responsible for validating the professional skills of the candidates through a professional problem base solving. The candidate has 30 minutes to prepare for the resolution of the issue and 15 minutes to present and defend his/her solution in front of the jury. At the end of the day, the jury deliberates and records its decisions on an official report signed by all jury Members and the President. Then, the results are communicated to the candidates. Candidates being declared “admitted” will be awarded a “European Bachelor of Manager in Hospitality & Tourism”.

European MBA in Hotel & Tourism (level EQF 7)

Candidates must complete a registration form with EURHODIP which, after verification, will assign them an ID number and an access code. At a date set by the school and EURHODIP, the exam consists of passing a Multiple Choice Questionnaire (MCQ) posted on EURHODIP’s dedicated platform, in limited time. The 140 random questions relate to the acquisition of technical and cultural knowledge in the following areas: Professional culture, General culture, European culture, Economics, Marketing, Strategy, Human Resources, Finance, Business management, Attitude and Professional Skills. Results to the MCQ are later communicated by EURHODIP which retains full control of the test.  If candidates get a minimum of 90 right answers (60%) to the MCQ, the MCQ is passed. The Bachelor is also made of an oral examination. The candidates stand before a jury, composed by the Member -School, including teachers and professionals of the Hospitality sector or the Catering industry. The jury is responsible for validating the professional skills of the candidates through a professional problem base solving. The candidate has 30 minutes to
prepare for the resolution of the issue and 15 minutes to present and defend his/her solution in front of the jury. At the end of the day, the jury deliberates and records its decisions on an official report signed by all jury Members and the President. Then, the results are communicated to the candidates. Candidates being declared “admitted” will be awarded a “European Bachelor of Manager in Hospitality & Tourism”. European MBA in Hotel & Tourism (level EQF 7) Candidates must complete a registration form with EURHODIP which, after verification, will assign them an ID number and an access code. The exam consists of taking a MCQ, a Personality Test and a Grand Oral in front of a Professional Jury. At a date set by the school and EURHODIP for a Eurhodip Day, candidate take online the EURHODIP MCQ and the EURHODIP Personality Test intended to assess their human and interpersonal skills focus on several aspects: Dynamism, Organization, Autonomy, Sociability, Orientation and Style of work, Emotional Control, General activity, Ancestry, Emotional stability,

Benevolence, Objectivity. Results are detailed and converted to a score on a scale of 20 (≧12/20 success). Later, candidates are submitted to the Grand Oral intended in front of the jury to validate their personal skills and managerial skills by simulating a job interview corresponding to the desired level. By simulating a job interview, the jury will seek to validate the candidate competencies revealed by his/her Personality Test. Late in the day, the jury deliberates and records its resolutions on an official report signed by all Jury members and the EURHODIP’s Representative. Then, results are immediately communicated to the candidates. Candidates being declared “admitted” will be awarded the “European MBA in Hotel & Tourism “.