HTL International School as a private higher educational institution suggests the combination of delivery methods (both available in the on-campus or online manner) with the in-company internship worldwide. The main goal of the school is not to teach students the theoretical part, but to give them practical skills and knowledge, creating great professionals, that can compete for the highest positions in the labour market after finishing their studies. HTL International school has four main campuses in Barcelona, Valencia, Madrid, and Online. With the cross-campus blended learning, students can move between the campuses during their academic year, or change the modality of studies from on-campus to online or vice versa.Show more
Based on the EDUopinions rankings, the HTL International School rating is 1.8. If you want to know more about this school, read the student reviews on our website.
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This is by far the worst decision I have made… Here are the reasons:
1. The program is supposed to be a one-year master’s program (study load of 270 h total, average of 20h/week supposedly), but ended up being a 2-month “specialization module” (6h total a week 3 days, 2h each) language module 3 months ( hours classes 2 days a week). ?!?!?!
2. The so-called specialization mode has nothing to do with the theme/subject of the master. Instead is a general marketing and customer course for all the courses in the institution. No differentiation.
3. The curriculum for the courses you find online and the one they sent along with the letter of acceptance for the visa has nothing to do with what you actually will be taking.
4. One of the classes is just about reading slide after slide. (For you to have an idea each student reads one slide!!!!!!), slides that were not prepared by the teacher, phrases like: “this data is old or you can check more information by yourselves” were often heard in class.
5. A 4500 euro course that I could have taken for way less online.
6. Final project is presented at the end of the first module or specialization module with no guidance whatsoever.
I’d advise you to think twice before coming to this institution.View more
I went to this school in 2021 for a Masters. I was deeply disappointed and outraged about this school and here is why:
They offer you only six months of classes: three months for specialization and three months for language, although they claim that it is a “1 academic year intensive professional training program”. The class is only twice a week, two hours per class.
In the certificate of enrollment, it is written that “the course is 720 hours in total, distributed 20 hours a week.”, which is a lie.
The class is basically just reading off the slides and all you learn is just very basic stuff you can read from a book. Definitely not a Master’s level.
Because I felt that the way they teach is unprofessional, I decided to switch to the “specialized online platform” (so they call it) during the language module. However, all they provided was Babbel (a language learning app which you can use for €30 for 3 months)
For the record, the tuition for this ‘one year’ was €4500.
This school is not accredited as a university.View more
No proper communication with the students
They don’t keep any of your academic records in their database after 2 years of your course completion which means the course completion certificate they are providing is a total waste
I have learned a very big lesson after I spent my 4000€ with this HTL international school
Useless reception and admin staffs.
Waste of money
If you are expecting a university, a business school or something similar, this institution is not the right one. I booked a Master’s programme here for a lot of money and chose the Valencia campus option. After moving to Valencia for the Master’s, I quickly realised that the website promises more than the programme really is. Instead of “one academic year”, it is actually 3 months of language school and 3 months of specialisation (2 times a week for 2 hours). The management also decided that the campuses in Madrid and Valencia would be closed and that we should now either go to Barcelona or do the distance learning programme. There was no communication with the students. This institution is recommended if you have no previous knowledge and want to do some kind of summer course, this institution cannot offer a recognised academic degree.View more
I’m studying two different masters: Digital Marketing and Events Management. We have a great blended intercampus studies with my classmates from Barcelona, Madrid and Valencia. This way, we can move between the campus. In our classes we do not only theory, but also practical activities in groups or individualy (no matter if you are pressencial or connected from your home), little quizzes that latter we discuss and of course, homework.
I need to emphasize that the home tasks are very differents one from the other and help develope yourself in different things that you learned in class. For example, for Digital Marketing there was one task in which you needed to create a video trying to sell something and other one creating a website design which would attract your target. In Events for example, in one task we needed to create a Fashion Show and in other one create an event and write a letter to the school to ask them to be our sponsor.
In my courses it was also included one term of languages, I chose French. In this course I did theory, exams, oral exams and a lot of creative tasks. My classmates did Spanish or Russian.
I deffinitely recommend this school.View more