International Student Total Fee: RM37,960 (incl. student VISA fees)
Local Student Total Fee: RM31,725
The First City University College Diploma in Hospitality & Tourism Management programme (DHTM) is designed to prepare students with SPM, GCE O-Level, UEC or equivalent qualifications for careers in the hospitality and tourism related areas.
Upon completion, students will have a wide range of job opportunities in hotel management and marketing, food and beverage, culinary arts, travel and tourism, event management or other related sectors.
Why Study Diploma in Hospitality and Tourism Management at First City UC?
* Dual Diploma Program: Diploma in Hospitality & Tourism Management (First City UC) and Diploma in International Hotel and Tourism Management (HTMi) - upon completion of a coursework set and assessed by HTMi
* Opportunity to secure employment in 5-star hotels
* Trained to undertake managerial roles in line with the same mission as our Switzerland partner, Hotel And Tourism Management Institute (HTMi), which is “Come as a student, leave as a manage”
* Accepted for entry into the final year of HTMi’s BA Hotel and Events Management in Switzerland
* Individualised supervision and guidance
* Strong industry linkages
Graduates may also be admitted on advanced standing into the following Degree programmes:
* BA Hotel and Events Management, Hotel & Tourism Management Institute (1 year in Switzerland)
* BA (Hons) Business Management, Anglia Ruskin University (2 years at FCUC)
* BA (Hons) Marketing, Anglia Ruskin University (2 years at FCUC)
Established in 1990, First City University College; formerly known as KBU International College; is a premier private institution of higher learning in Malaysia that offers quality programmes from Pre-University to Degree levels in partnership with UK universities and professional bodies.
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