MASTER IN INTERNATIONAL HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT

KPT/JPS ( R/811/7/0078 ) ( MQA/FA 1908 ) 06 / 22
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The Master in International Hospitality Management is a master's degree that specialises in the field of hospitality management. It offers a strong balance between theoretical knowledge and professional exposure through course work, research and internship.

Offered in collaboration with the University of Toulouse, France, this 12-month inter-disciplinary master's degree programme is the first and only French postgraduate degree in hospitality in Asia-Pacific. An academically-rigorous programme with a strong industry orientation, it will equip you with sophisticated, cutting edge management tools and techniques to deal with challenges in the dynamic hospitality and tourism industry.

The programme adopts a global approach in its teaching materials supplemented by local case studies, which ensures that students attain a deeper understanding of international affairs. Graduates will possess a global mindset and professional competitive advantage, as well as be highly sought after as leaders of service-related organisations.
 
Programme Objective
 
  • 12 months of coursework, which includes lectures, fieldworks, graduate seminars, forums, study trips, simulation games and many more
  • 20-Week Internship*
    • * Those who have relevant work experience are allowed to apply for exemption
  • Dissertation Project
 
Programme Delivery
  • Suitable for both full-time and part-time studies
  • Block lecturers by top professors supported by weekly lectures
  • Classes/seminar will be conducted on:
    • Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 6pm - 9.30pm
    • ​Every subject includes 2 days of block lectures conducted either on weekdays or weekends.
 
Graduate Seminars
Students will be exposed to emerging trends and issues affecting the hospitality industry through a host of graduate seminars by academics from various institutions and industry professionals. Click here for more information.

 
 
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“Your Springboard to a Taylor’s Master Programme”
What is Recognition of Prior Learning?
 
The Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is an assessment programme that allows individuals without formal education to tap into their expansive knowledge and skills from their work life to obtain acceptance into the Taylor’s Master programmes. This objective can be achieved through:
 
  • Previous education at school or college, through adult education classes or work place training programmes
  • Applicable work experience including paid and unpaid work
  • Relevant life experience e.g. extra-curricular or voluntary activities
 
What are the advantages of RPL?
 
The Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is an assessment programme that allows individuals without formal education to tap into their expansive knowledge and skills from their work life to obtain acceptance into the Taylor’s Master programmes. This objective can be achieved through:
  • You can attain a formal nationally-recognised qualification in a shorter period of time and at less cost
  • Your career and education options may be increased through formally recognised skills and knowledge
  • You do not have to repeat or waste time learning what you have already learned
 
Is RPL for me?
 
While anyone who is eligible can apply for RPL, not everyone will receive credit for their skills and knowledge. Typically, a successful applicant has a reasonable amount of experience in their chosen area of study. This may include work experience or life experiences, where relevant. 
 
 
Steps in the RPL Assessment Process
STEP 1: Documentation 
Submit Postgraduate application form with supportive academic documents, detailed CV listing your work experience and pay Application Fee. 

STEP 2: Assessment
Applications are reviewed by Taylor’s University admission officer. If you fulfill the Open Entry requirements, you will proceed to Step 3. 

STEP 3: Placement Test 
Remit fee for Open Entry Assessment and gain access to online Preparatory Resources to study and prepare for the test. The assessment comprises 30 multiple choice questions and an interview, all within 2 hours’ duration. 
 
 
Programmes available via RPL:
     
Requirements
  • At least 30 years old
  • At least STPM (or its equivalent), or recognised Diploma
  • Work experience in related industry (MBA candidates must fulfill 2 years work experience)
  • Undertake the Open Entry Assessment with Open University Malaysia (OUM) and pass the assessment test followed by an interview
 
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