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Diploma in Tourism and Hospitality Management (E-Learning)

Overview

The Diploma in Tourism and Hospitality Management expose students to global tourism and hospitality practices; while providing them with a good understanding of recent trends and ethical issues that exist in the dynamic and fast-paced tourism industry. The programme combines with theoretical and practical training including essential leadership, management and professional training, necessary to gain entry-level management positions. All the essential knowledge and skills are embedded throughout the course.

Pathway

TEACHER STUDENT

RATIO

SCHOOL HOURS /TIMETABLE

ACADEMIC CALENDAR

Lecture - 1:85
Tutorial – 1:30

8:00am – 11:00am /
12:00pm – 3:00pm /
3:15pm – 6:15pm


Mondays – Fridays (excludes Public Holidays)

^Subject to change


2024

2025

2026

The Basics

REGISTERED / ACCREDITATION

Registered with Committee for Private Education  

STRUCTURE

Academic  

MODE

Part-Time

PROGRAMME LENGTH

9 Months + 6 Months Industrial Attachment

Entry Requirements and Intakes

ACADEMIC REQUIREMENTS
  • AAC Foundation Diploma in Tourism and Hospitality Management or

  • At least D for any 1 A-Level subject or

  • 12 years of formal education or

  • Any other relevant level 3 Diploma

  • Applicants must be of age 17 and above

ENGLISH PROFICIENCY
  • AAC Foundation Diploma in Tourism and Hospitality Management or IELTS 5.0 or

  • AAC EFL Level 4 or AAC Certificate in Business English or equivalent.

  • Students without formal English qualification will be given a placement test to determine the level of proficiency.

MODE
  • Every first Monday of the month.  

Modules Covered

Information Systems Management

Principles of Management

Managing Services in Food & Beverages

Business Communication

Introduction to Tourism & Hospitality

Leisure Services Sales and Marketing

Accounting for Tourism & Hospitality Managers

Human Resource Management

Industrial Attachment*

*The Industrial Attachment (if any) is an integral module of the programme. However, suppose a student is unable to participate in the Industrial Attachment module due to circumstances beyond the control of the Student or the College, like non-approval of the Training Work Permit by the Ministry of Manpower or unable to secure an intern placement due to unavailability of vacancies, the Student will be required to complete a Research-Based Project with the submission of a report to be considered for graduation for the course. While AAC will make its best efforts to secure Industrial Attachment for the students, it does not guarantee that it will be able to secure one for every student.

Assessment & Grades

ASSESSMENT

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Graduation Requirement:
In order to be awarded the Diploma in Tourism and Hospitality Management (E-Learning), student must obtain at least a Pass Grade in all the modules within the eligibility period of 2 years from the original completion date.

Certificate will be awarded by Academies Australasia College.

Fees (Please see the top of the webpage for online payment of Application Fee and Course Fee)

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