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Type

Hospitality

Length

4 years

Start date

01.09.2021

Internship

Field training

General Info

TYPE

Hospitality

LENGTH

4 years

START DATE

01.09.2021

INTERNSHIP

Field training

Relive history, rekindle the love for food, and master the art of service. Bs HRM offers a multi-disciplinary approach to where students will learn the best practices in hospitality and restaurant management. They will also develop culinary excellence thorough exposure to fine dining and catering services. At the end of the course, students will become hospitality professionals who are compassionate, self-directed, and client focused.

About the Hotel & Restaurant Management study programme

Structure and content

The Hospitality and Restaurant Management bachelor is designed to provide students with the necessary knowledge, skills and attitude in the management of the different facets of Hotel, Restaurants and Resorts. Our program trains students for supervisory and managerial positions both in the Tourism and Hospitality Industry.

The programme is organized around:

  • Common core programme
  • Traineeship (18 weeks)

Common core programme

  1. The program produces-quality lessons gearing toward academic excellence through local and international linkages.
  2. The program develops individual characters who suitably match the work attitude needed in the industry.
  3. The program creates technologically enhanced and intellectually competent professionals.
  4. The program manifests decisiveness in creating new strategies and devices which bring the students to a greater edge in the global market.
  5. The program identifies ways of seeking an opportunity for graduates through exposure to state-of-the-art facilities and machines.

 

Internship

The practicum workload is intended to help undergraduates apply their formal education in a real work environment By following the instruction given in the training logbook (with an emphasis on working skills), students are required to undertake a 600-hour practicum in various areas of the tourism and hospitality industry.

  • These areas may be in
  • Food production
  • Front Office
  • Food and beverage service
  • Housekeeping
  • Government agencies in Tourism and Hospitality
  • MICE
  • Other relevant areas of exposure based on specialization/training received in school

Close contact with a workplace supervisor/mentor is needed as students are required to produce both a training report, with an emphasis on problem-solving and supervisors’ evaluations. Attendance and participation are also required at the practicum seminars held at the start and finish of the successful practicum.

 

Bachelor assignment

The school’s philosophy and objectives are to:

  • To produce graduates that will not only survive but also thrive in a borderless economy, a paradigm shift from supply-driven to market-driven curriculum in terms of content and structure was adopted.
  • To be more responsive to the needs of the industry, the new program emphasizes skills and competencies instead of just managerial theory and is scheduled in such a way as to provide more but focused options for the students in terms of career paths.
  • The course line-up incorporates subjects on sustainable development and International Standards and practices to address issues that arise from market imperfections and the challenges of Globalization.
  • Finally, the curriculum is designed to allow flexibility and creativity on the part of higher educational institutions.

Graduate of the College of Tourism Management & Hospitality Management, after four years of stay in the college, are now equipped with the following:

  • Exemplify competitiveness through performance with global standard.
  • Demonstrate a desirable work attitude that upholds integrity and high morale.
  • Manifest ideas and techniques in pursuing further studies and technological inclination through training.
  • Develop research ability to nurture growing opportunities.
  • Produce competent individuals abreast with technical and practical know-how.
  • Apply comprehensive knowledge and skills to keep pace with the global demands in the hospitality and tourism industry
  • Demonstrate expertise in specialized hospitality and tourism industry positions
  • Apply effective leadership in managing hospitality and tourism-related businesses
  • Extend entrepreneurial knowledge and skills in hospitality and tourism services to generate livelihood opportunities for the community.
  • Actualize the Christian virtues in the quest for the best quality of life.
  • Value the importance of research and continuing education opportunities.

Teaching methods

Face to face (classroom setting)

Core subjects

  • Class discussion
  • Student / teacher interaction
  • Seatwork
  • Comprehensive check

Laboratory classes – For cooking classes

  • Class discussion
  • Asks the student to interact
  • Innumerate cooking steps in the process
  • Actual cooking at the laboratory
  • Food tasting

Online Classes

Core subjects

  • Google Classroom
  • Google Meet
  • Powerpoint presentation with illustrations
  • Class discussion / Teacher and student interaction
  • Seatwork
  • Assignments
  • Comprehensive check
  • Recitation
  • Quizzes
  • Long test chapter/Unit test

Laboratory classes – For cooking classes

  • Class discussion
  • Asks the student to interact
  • Innumerate cooking steps in the process
  • Actual cooking thru video recording at home
  • Food testing with the family
  • Video recording forwarded for the teacher for final checking

 

Internship

The practicum workload is intended to help undergraduates apply their formal education in a real work environment. By following the instruction given in the training logbook (with an emphasis on working skills), students are required to undertake a 600-hour practicum in various areas of the tourism and hospitality industry.

These areas may be in

  • Food production
  • Front Office
  • Food and beverage service
  • Housekeeping
  • Government agencies in Tourism and Hospitality
  • MICE
  • Other relevant areas of exposure based on specialization/training received in school

Close contact with a workplace supervisor/mentor is needed as students are required to produce both a training report, with an emphasis on problem-solving and supervisors’ evaluations. Attendance and participation are also required at the practicum seminars held at the start and finish of the successful practicum.

for Hospitality Management Practicum (on the job training)

  • Century Park Hotel Manila
  • City Garden Suites
  • Club Intramuros Golf Course
  • Cocoon Boutique Hotel
  • Corporate Hotel
  • Diamond Hotel
  • Edsa Shangri-la Manila
  • Eurotel
  • Great Eastern Hotel
  • Hotel H2O
  • Hotel Rembrandt
  • Hyatt City of Dreams Manila
  • Luxent Hotel
  • Makati Prime Tower Suites
  • Manila Grand Opera Hotel
  • Marriot Hotel Manila
  • Novotel Manila Araneta Center
  • Pundaquit Luxury Hotel and Resort
  • Raffles Fairmont Hotel
  • Ramada Hotel Manila Central
  • Red Planet Hotel
  • Solaire Resort and Casino Hotel
  • The Bellevue Hotels and Resorts
  • The Peninsula Manila

 

Fees and tuition

For information on tuition fees, you can contact the finance department at 8781-6364, or send them an email at (email)

Enrollment

Schedule of enrolment

1st Semester 2021 – 2022

 

1st year level                      June 1 – July 30, 2021

2nd year level                    June 8 – June 21, 2021

3rd year level                     June 22 – July 5, 2021

4th year level                     July 6 – July 20, 2021

5th year level (Bspt)        July 9 – July 24, 2021

Transferees                        June 1 – July 30, 2021

 

How to apply

 

Freshmen Students (non SACI High School graduates):

Step 1 – Fill up Application Form and Present documents (SHS diploma, Grade12 Card, Good Moral Certificate, 3 pcs 2×2 picture, Photocopy Birth certificate, SHS Form 137) at the Registrars Office

Step 2 –  Conduct Medical Check-up and submit Medical Certificate at the Registrars Office.

Step 3 –  Take Psychological Examination given by Guidance Office.

Step 4 –  Interview with the Dean of Respective College.

Step 5 –  Go back to the Registars Office for Encoding of Subjects and Schedules.

Step 6 –  Pay Tuition Fee at the Accounting Office.

Step 7 –  Proceed at the Registrars office for Stamping of Registration Form for “Officially Enrolled” marked.

 

Regular Old Students (SACI High School graduates):

 

Step 1 – Secure Clearance Form at the Registrars Office for signatures of the different departments.

Step 2 – Get copy of Academic grades of the semester last enrolled.

Step 3 – Get Enrollment slip at the Registrars Office.

Step 4 – Pay TF at Accounting Office.

Step 5 – Proceed at the Registrars office for Stamping of Registration Form for “Officially Enrolled” marked.

 

Irregular Old Student (SACI High School graduates):

 

Step 1 – Secure Clearance Form at the Registrars Office for signatures of the different departments.

Step 2 – Get copy of Academic grades of the semester last enrolled.

Step 3 – Get Advisement Form for subjects and schedules at the Deans office.

Step 4 – Proceed at the Registrars Office for Encoding of Subjects.

Step 5 – Pay TF at Accounting Office.

Step 6 – Proceed at the Registrars office for Stamping of Registration Form for “Officially Enrolled” marked.

 

Opportunities

There are many opportunities for Tourism graduates. Below are a few examples of the jobs that await you.

 

Opportunities that are directly associated to your Tourism degree:

  • Air cabin crew
  • Travel agency manager
  • Hotel and resort manager
  • Airport staff
  • Tourism officer for local or national governments
  • Tourist information center manager
  • Tour guide or manager

 

Other disciplines where your tourism degree could be helpful:

  • Sales
  • Marketing and public relations
  • Events and conferences
  • Customer service

 

Contact

Email: example@email.com
Tel: 8781-6364