School of Architecture & the Built Environment » Courses » Full-time Diploma » Hotel & Leisure Facilities Management

Overview

The Diploma in Hotel & Leisure Facilities Management (DHLFM) is the first of its kind that offers a unique blend of both the soft skills of hotel management and the technical skills of facilities management of hotels, resorts, commercial buildings, hospitals and other properties. Whether your passion is in working with people or managing multi-million dollar properties, there’s something in this course for you!

 

Hotel & leisure management focuses on preparing students for supervisory and management trainee positions in key areas of the hotel industry. Facilities Management is a rapidly growing professional and vital discipline concerned with the multidisciplinary activities of integrating people, asset, environment and process to ensure functionality, to enhance lifestyle, to add value, and to optimise the physical environment and infrastructure. Besides the diploma, you will also be awarded the Fire Safety Manager Certificate.

 

Course Highlights

  1. Real-life job training in hotels and mega events like the Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix, where you learn operations and management skills.

  2. Semester-long internship programmes with reputable organisations.

  3. Teaching through out-of-classroom projects and site visits.

  4. Overseas trips (Stanford University, Switzerland, Star Cruises, Phuket, Indonesia) to broaden your horizon .

 

 

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Scholarships available

 

Marina Bay Sands Scholarship

Savills CKH Scholarship

Wan Fook Kong Scholarship

BCA-Industry Scholarship/Sponsorship

School of Architecture and the Built Environment Scholarship

 

*Information is accurate as of 20th November 2014

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