Diploma in Hospitality Management

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Diploma in Hospitality Management

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The objectives of the Diploma in Hospitality Management programme are to lay a strong foundation for learners entering the Hospitality Industry. The internship component will provide learners the feel of actual working conditions on the ground that will also enhance their employment opportunities when they join the industry.

Objectives

The aims of this syllabus are to enable candidates to have the relative attitude, knowledge and skills in the following areas; the tourism/hospitality industry, room division operations, food & beverage operations management, food safety management, menu planning & product development, language skills for restaurant personnel.

Upon completion of the course, the learner would have a solid foundation covering:

1. The Tourism/Hospitality Industry

2. Room Division Operations

3. Food & Beverage Operations Management

4. Food Safety Management

5. Menu Planning & Product Development

6. Language Skills for Restaurant Personnel

7. Industrial Internship

Entry Requirements

1) 17.5 years of age and above

2) Obtained at least a pass at GCE O Level in any three subjects or Pass in placement test or equivalent

3) At least a pass at GCE O Level English or Pass in placement test or equivalent

Subjects

1. The Tourism/Hospitality Industry
2. Room Division Operations
3. Food & Beverage Operations Management
4. Food Safety Management
5. Menu Planning & Product Development
6. Language Skills for Restaurant Personnel
7. Industrial Internship

Course Duration

Full-time, 6 months (theory) + 6 months (internship), Monday – Friday, 3.25 hours per day

Intakes

Intakes Start Date and End Date
01 02 January – 01 January
02 20 February – 19 February
03 02 April – 01 April
04 14 May – 13 May
05 02 July – 01 July
06 20 August – 19 August
07 01 October – 30 September
08 14 November – 13 November

Please note that prospective students are advised to submit their application at least 6 weeks before the start date.

Manner of Teaching

Lectures, tutorial, discussion strategies, teamwork

Average Teacher – Student Ratio

1:32 (maximum)

Manner of assessment / examination

End-of-module written examination, internship and/or project assignment

Criteria for Graduation

Complete course and all modules must obtained at least 50%

And Meet Minimum Attendance Requirement for

– Foreign Student – At least 90% attendance (absence with valid reason)

– Local Student – At least 75% attendance (absence with valid reason)

Criteria for Progression

Complete course and at least 5 modules obtained at least 50%

And Meet Minimum Attendance Requirement for

– Foreign Student – At least 90% attendance (absence with valid reason)

– Local Student – At least 75% attendance (absence with valid reason)Not applicable

Progression Pathway

Advanced Diploma in Hospitality Management (Awarding Body: Birmingham Academy)

Criteria for Award

Complete course and all modules must obtained at least 50%

And Meet Minimum Attendance Requirement for

– Foreign Student – At least 90% attendance (absence with valid reason)

– Local Student – At least 75% attendance (absence with valid reason)

Award

Diploma in Hospitality Management

Awarding Body

Birmingham Academy

Fees Structure (S$- Singapore Dollar)

Fees Breakdown Amount Sub Total Payment Due Date
Admission Processing Fee $350 $350 Upon Application
Course Fee $4,050 $5,250 After complete signing the official documents: Advisory Note, Standard Student Contract, Student Fee Protection Setup Documents
Material Fee $440
Admin Fee $100
Exam Fee $360
Student Welfare $60
International Student Management Fee $150
Fee Protection Scheme Setup Fee $90
 Total $5,600 NA

Remark:

1. Application Fee is non-refundable.

2. The above payment does not include Student’s Pass Processing Fee ($30.00), issuance fee ($60.00) for every student’s pass issued, and a multiple-entry visa fee ($30.00) for visa required nationals. The amount is to be paid to ICA directly.

Document Required

1. Photocopy of Passport

2. Four recent passport sized photographs (with white background)

3. One certified true copy of birth certificate

4. One certified true copy of highest educational certificate

5. One certified true copy of highest educational results transcript

6. Bank Statements/Fixed Deposit (equivalent of S$30,000/-) for VISA required nationals

7. Photocopy of parents’ passport (If below 18 years old)

8. Certified true copy of working testimonials stating the position held and salary per month. (If unemployed, provide parents’ or spouse’s working testimonials)

Please note that Notarised Translations are required if the documents are not in English.

Miscellaneous Fee

(non-compulsory and non-standard fees which are paid only when necessary or applicable): 

Purpose of Fee Amount
Academic Status Certification Fee Per Certification Letter $50.00
Additional Book Fee per Book $100.00
Additional Uniform Fee $20.00
Administrative Fee for Registration of External Examination $50.00
Administrative Fee for Retrieval of Personal Documents per Documents $20.00
Administrative Fees for Extension $100.00
Administrative Fees for Replacement of Student’s Pass $350.00
Appeal for result Fee per Assessment $150.00
Course Deferment Fee $350.00
Industrial Attachment Administrative fee $300.00
Late Payment Fee $100.00
Lost of Student’s Pass (for first loss) $100.00
Re-Assessment Fee Per Module $150.00
Re-Enrollment Fee $350.00
Re-module fee (per module) $1,000.00
Renewal of Student Pass $120.00

 

 

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