“Pursuing DTRM at SP helped me to discover my passion for the hospitality industry. I benefitted from the three years in DTRM through the enriching lectures and in-depth tutorial discussions. The highlight of the course was the six-month internship at RWS as a front office agent and housekeeping room attendant. This positive experience helped to kick-start my full-time career at Hotel Michael as a Guest Relations Officer in 2014. DTRM has ignited my passion and nurtured me into a confident and outspoken professional with critical thinking skills which are essential to the hospitality industry.”
DIPLOMA IN TOURISM AND RESORT MANAGEMENT
(DTRM - S55)
The DTRM course offers a broad-based business education with specialised training in tourism knowledge and skills as well as Emotional Intelligence (EI). Graduates will have the requisite business skills and tourism knowledge to find employment as executives in resorts, hotels, travel and tour agencies, national tourism organisations, tourist attractions, theme parks, cruise lines, airlines, spa companies, convention and events management companies and other related service-oriented industries.
1. WINNING CHOICES
As the first diploma in Singapore to infuse Emotional Intelligence in its specialized modules, DTRM focuses on the development of soft skills to prepare students for the industry. Click here to find out more about what You’ll Study @SP Tourism.
2. WINNING EXPERIENCES
There will be many opportunities for students to gain deeper insights and greater exposure to the tourism industry. Look forward to overseas programmes such as the Disney/University of California, Riverside (UCR) internship, the annual Travel Tourism Business competition, networking sessions, and local enhanced internships that will open doors for you to gain contacts and develop skills for your future career. Click here to find out more about what Life @SP Tourism.
3. WINNING FUTURE
Both local and overseas universities recognise the Diploma in Tourism and Resort Management should graduates choose to further their studies. Some overseas universities may be grant up to one and a half years of exemption for a three-year related degree course. Please click here to find out more about what Your Future @SP Tourism.