Telkom University D3 Hospitality Received International Certification
BANDUNG, Telkom University – D3 Hospitality Study Program, School of Applied Sciences (FIT) Telkom University (Tel-U) has successfully obtained the international certification The UNWTO TedQual Certification. This international standard certification is specifically for educational institutions engaged in Hospitality and Tourism issued by the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO).
Quoting from the official website www.unwto.org, the aim of UNWTO.TedQual is to improve the quality of education, training, and research in the field of tourism and is aimed at measuring the absorption rate of graduates from the world of tourism.
The Head of the D3 Hospitality Study Program (Kaprodi) Dendi Gusnadi S.Par., MM.Par., said that as a relatively new study program in the tourism industry, especially the hospitality industry, he felt that this was an extraordinary achievement, wherewith the achievement of this international certification, Tel-U Hospitality D3 study program can be a good provision for students and alumni in a career in the real world of work.
“Thank you to the leadership of Telkom University and all academics who have helped us (D3 Hospitality) in realizing this accreditation, hopefully in the future, we can maintain the A/Superior accreditation and international accreditation that we already have, and more of our alumni are having careers in the hospitality industry. internationally.”
Previously 19 study programs had been internationally accredited, including IABEE, ASIC, and ABEST 21, and with the achievement of international certification in the D3 Hospitality Study Program at Telkom University, increasing the number of study programs at Telkom University that were internationally accredited.
Rector of Telkom University, Prof. Adiwijaya said that the international certification achieved by Telkom University is a commitment of Tel-U to continue to prepare the nation’s generation that can compete globally.
“This is a form of our commitment (Tel-U) to continue to contribute to the nation, by preparing generations who are globally competitive and able to make Indonesia a developed country in the future.”