Department of Tourism and Hotel Management welcomes you to the exciting world of tourism; lodging facilities, food and beverage outlets, travel services and entertainment.

If you are ready to cope up with changes throughout your life, if you are a social person who likes to get in touch with people, if you are an open minded person to understand what the different cultures of the world are all about, if you are fond of entertainment and if you like good food and if you fill yourself carrying entrepreneurship attribute, well, you are on the right spot, the Tourism and Hotel Management major is for you.

The academic program that you will join is in English and will enhance your knowledge about the Tourism Industry, help you to develop hands-on experiences, and sharpen your skills to overcome problems that you may face up with in the Industry. Hands-on experiences will be gained by serving weekdays, samples of international cuisines during lunch-time, at the Le Piment Rouge Practice Restaurant where the students cook and serve food for the guests coming to the Restaurant.

The essence of the program is designed to prepare you for challenging managerial positions in the industry, by combining management courses with tourism, hotel operations and food and beverage courses, hotel and food and beverage based computer software courses, backed up by second foreign language courses, electives and summer and semester internship courses.

Beyond the classroom, you will enjoy the chance to be exposed to the real life work environment in lodging facilities, travel agencies, and food and beverage outlets to complete your summer internship (60 workdays), and semester internship (three and a half months).

From the moment you enroll in the Tourism and Hotel Management program, you'll realize you made the right decision for your future.

I certainly look forward to seeing you in our Department soon.


Department of Tourism and Hotel Management

Le Piment Rouge Restaurant


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