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University of Philippines Asian Institute of Tourism selects Amadeus

Travel News Asia 28 March 2006

Amadeus has been selected by the University of the Philippines Asian Institute of Tourism (UP-AIT), a government educational institution, to provide internationally recognized certification training on computerized reservations system (CRS) to their tourism students through Amadeus e-learning solution, Amadeus Learning City.

Amadeus Learning City is a user friendly learning solution that offers self-paced courses based on Amadeus system products and functionalities. Amadeus Learning City has helped travel management companies, travel agencies and airlines increase their productivity and skills to deal with todays dynamic travel environment. The solution is expected to provide graduates from UP-AIT with a head start as they enter the travel workforce.

"We welcome the partnership with Amadeus, the leading global distribution and travel technology provider. The opportunity to develop practical training in the use of a distribution system is beneficial and addresses demands from our graduates for skills necessary for entry to the industry. Amadeus Learning City is a big step towards making our students better able to respond to the needs of the industry, and get added compensation for it, said Dean of UP-AIT Dr. Ma. Corazon Rodriguez.

UP-AIT is the fifth university to select Amadeus as the computerized reservations system learning solutions provider, following University of San Jose Recoletos in Cebu, University of Santo Tomas, DLSU College of St. Benilde, and Polytechnic University of the Philippines. Founded in 1908 by an act of the First Philippine Legislature, UP was designated by law to provide advanced instruction in literature, philosophy, the sciences, and arts, and to give professional and technical training.

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