Hospitality and Tourism
(RVOE) as set forth by Ministerial Agreement No. 15018, published in the Official Journal of the Federation on November 29, 1976.
You will learn to develop alternative proposals with social impact for the reception, lodging, entertainment and transportation of people based on a critical understanding of society's current needs. You will learn to develop soft skills, i.e., professional skills for relating, communicating and serving people using a socially and environmentally responsible approach. You will strengthen your empathy skills for experiencing other cultures and interacting with them.
If you're interested in taking care of people, customer service, the strategic management of service-based companies, learning about other cultures, speaking multiple languages and developing business projects with an ethical and sustainable approach, this program is for you.
After you graduate from Hospitality and Tourism you can strategically direct and manage business projects and processes in: Your own service company in any area of Hospitality and Tourism. Lodging: hotels, hostels, cruise ships, etc. Food and beverage, restaurants, bars, catering, etc. Travel services: airlines, tourism operators, tours. Hospitals, assistance centers, clinics, special health care centers and non-profit organizations. Entertainment and leisure: spas, clubs, ecotourism, etc. Conferences and social and cultural events. You can also develop consulting services for hospitality operation and education projects.
Professional Training Project
The study plan of the Undergraduate Program in Hospitality and Tourism includes the Professional Training Program (PREP I and PREP II). In this project students do internships in operational and management areas within the Hospitality labor market, in order to have the opportunity to learn from experts in these areas, to experience and interact with the various environments and contexts the industry encompasses, and to conduct diagnoses aimed at identifying the activities, expertise requirements, innovations, and trends of the industry.