Bachelor of Business Administration (International Program)

HPM

Hospitality Management
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TRM

Tourism Management
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SIM

SERVICE INNOVATION MANAGEMENT
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HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT PROGRAM (HPM)

For intake 2020 onwards (student ID 63 onward) PROSPECTUS

This program is designed to produce graduates with international competences in order to serve the needs of the global hospitality industry. The curriculum offers a well-balance mixture of theory and practice that includes management skills, language skills, interpersonal skills, service mind and professional ethics. Students are required to choose one of 3 specializations* as follows:

  • Hotel Management
  • Food and Beverage Service Management
  • Event Management

* The specializations offered depend on the number of registered students.

For intake 2016-2019 (student ID 59-62)

For intake 2011-2015 (student ID 54-58)

Future Careers

After graduating from this program, students will be able to work in a variety of businesses. For example, hotels, MICE (such as meeting organizer, incentive travel management), restaurants, quick service restaurants, and become business owners.

For intake 2020 onwards (student ID 63 onwards)

To graduate, students must complete a minimum requirement of 136 credits. The curriculum is divided into General Education Courses (30 credits), Specific Courses (88 credits), Free Elective Courses (6 credits), and Internship Courses (12 credits).

I. General Education Courses

30

Credits

Social Sciences and Humanities

Credits

Mathematics and Statistics

Credits

English (Foreign Language)

Credits

Physical Education

Credits

Co-curricular Activities

Credits

II. Core Courses

88

Credits

Business Foundation Courses

28

Credits

 - Business Administration

Credits

 - Hospitality and Tourism

Credits

Professional Courses

60

Credits

 - Professional Foundation Courses

Credits

 - Specialization Courses

Credits

III. Free Elective Courses

6

Credits

IV.  Practical Training and Co-operation Education

12

Credits

For intake 2016-2019 (student ID 59-62)

For intake 2011-2015 (student ID 54-58)

TOURISM MANAGEMENT PROGRAM (TRM)

For intake 2020 onwards (student ID 63 onward) PROSPECTUS

This program is designed to prepare students for international opportunity with the capabilities of business administration and tourism management. The curriculum covers theory and practical training to develop students’ management skills, language skills, communication skills, service mind and professional ethics. Students are required to choose one of 3 specializations* as follows:

  • Airline Business Management
  • Tourism
  • Wellness Tourism Management

* The specializations offered depend on the number of registered students.

For intake 2016-2019 (student ID 59-62)

For intake 2011-2015 (student ID 54-58)

Future Careers

After graduating from this program, students will be able to work in the following area; inbound and outbound tour operators, travel agents, cruise line operation and management, tour guides, airline ground service agents, flight attendants, airport management, marketing for airlines, airline reservation and ticketing agents, national park rangers, and become business owners.

For intake 2020 onwards (student ID 63 onwards)

To graduate, students must complete a minimum requirement of 135 credits. The curriculum is divided into General Education courses (30 credits), Specific courses (87 credits), free elective courses (6 credits) and internship (12 credits).

I. General Education Courses

30

Credits

Credits

II. Core Courses

87

Credits

Business Foundation Courses

27

Credits

Credits

Professional Courses

60

Credits

 - Professional Foundation Courses

30

Credits

 - Specialization Courses

30

Credits

III. Free Elective Courses

6

Credits

IV.  Practical Training and Co-operation Education

12

Credits

For intake 2016-2019 (student ID 59-62)

For intake 2011-2015 (student ID 54-58)

SERVICE INNOVATION MANAGEMENT PROGRAM (SIM)

For intake 2020 onwards (student ID 63 onward) PROSPECTUS

This program is designed to produce graduates with competences driven by innovation and management practice for business within the service sector, which play vital roles in the current global economy. Graduates are equipped with business condition analysis, problem solving skills, quantitative and qualitative analytical skills in organizational management. 4th year students can choose either of the following plans (at least 21 credits) as per their interest.

  • Plan A Study as specified in the study plan at the Faculty or
  • Plan B* Participate in any exchange program abroad for 2 semesters and has the right to earn additional degree from collaborated universities.

* Terms and conditions apply

Future Careers

Graduates are equipped with competencies to work in widespread lists of industries in service sector, for example, commercial bank, financial institution, wholesale & retail businesses, online booking engine company, and consulting firm. In addition, they are fundamentally trained with investment and managerial skills to start their own entrepreneurship path, particularly in service sectors.

For intake 2020 onwards (student ID 63 onwards)

The students must complete a minimum requirement of 130 credits to graduate. The curriculum is divided into General Education Courses (32 credits), Specific Courses (86 credits), Free Elective Courses (6 credits), and Internship Courses (6 credits).

I. General Education

32

Credits

Social Sciences and Humanities

12

Credits

Mathematics and Statistics

6

Credits

English (Foreign Language)

12

Credits

Physical Education

1

Credits

Co-curricular Activities

1

Credits

II. Core Courses

86

Credits

Business Foundation Courses

33

Credits

Professional Foundation Courses

44

Credits

3) Business Specialization Courses and Foreign Language Courses

9

Credits

III. Free Elective Courses

6

Credits

IV.  Practical Training and Co-operation Education

6

Credits

EDUCATION DOCUMENTS

Regulation & Procedures

Academic Calendar

Student's Handbook (Academic)

International Handbook

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STUDY ABROAD PROGRAM

Multiple scholarships both full and partial are given for exchange and study abroad programs.

12 UNIVERSITIES

01. ASEAN International Mobility for Students (AIMS)

02. FH Joanneum University of Applied Sciences, Austria

03. Thomas More University of Applied Sciences, Belgium

04. HAAGA – HELIA University of Applied Sciences, Finland

05. Berlin School of Economics and Law (BSEL), Germany

06. Duale Hochschule Baden Württemberg Ravensburg (DHBW Ravensburg), Germany

07. The Hochschule Bremen-City University of Applied Sciences, Germany

08. Komatsu University, Japan

09. Reitaku University, Japan

10. University of Tsukuba, Japan

11. Daegu Catholic University, Republic of Korea

12. International Management Institute (IMI), Switzerland

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