Dusit Hospitality Management College (DHMC) in Manila is all set to offer hospitality management and culinary courses aligned with the highest international standards.
DHMC has opened enrollment for students of its Bachelor of Science degree program in Hospitality Management which will begin its school year in August 2018.
The four-year BS Hospitality Management program is certified by the world renowned ÉcoleHôtelière de Lausanne (EHL), the first hospitality management school in the world located in Switzerland. Instruction will be handled by ‘EHL trained and certified’ local and international faculty.
DHMC brings together three of the most trusted names in international hospitality and culinary education — Dusit International, Switzerland’s world-renowned ÉcoleHôtelière de Lausanne, and France’s Institut Paul Bocuse.
Professional advancement and culinary programs will be introduced in collaboration with the Institut Paul Bocuse in France which combines tradition and innovation using the art of French hospitality and cuisine. The combination of the expertise of these two iconic Schools fused with Dusit’s world-class hospitality delivered with the iconic touches of Thailand’s artistry, promises to change the country’s hospitality education landscape and experience.
“Dusit Hospitality Management College was designed to develop globally competitive hoteliers. Our partnerships with two of the acknowledged world leaders in hospitality management and culinary education, and the full integration of our college into a working hotel, gives our students what we like to refer to as more than an education. We are the only hospitality management college in this part of the world that offers a fully integrated learning experience where culinary and hotel management modules studied in theory can be experienced on the job in actual hotel operations. In all areas of the hotel operations, students will be mentored by some of the industry’s best hoteliers and restaurateurs,” stated DHMC in a release sent to GNP.
Housed in the first nine floors of the nearly-completed 27-floor dusitD2 Hotel The Fort Manila, the College and hotel will offer world-class hospitality education facilities including practical kitchens, restaurants, function rooms, recreational facilities including a swimming pool and fitness center, 125 guest rooms and 108 serviced residences. Bringing the method of instruction into the digital age is a technology-enabled learning environment with all necessary material available in what promises to be the most extensive hospitality management resource.
DHMC is also offering merit-based scholarships at up to 50% of tuition fees for excellent students.