Diploma in Hotel Management
N/811/4/0057 (MQA/FA 1707), N/811/4/0057 (MQA/PA 1862)
Level of Study:
Faculty of Culinary & Tourism
From international hotels, restaurants and sales to owner-operated catering operations, the Diploma in Hotel Management program qualifies you for employment across various specialization areas (front-office operations, housekeeping operations, food and beverage services, customer relations) in the Hotel Industry. It has a practical focus with a strong theoretical and business foundation. Students will further master the fundamentals of food and beverage services, food preparations and accommodation operations, and be introduced to the applications of managerial responsibilities with a solid grounding in business skills.
Build a strong fundamental knowledge for the students in the hotel discipline and an in depth understanding on specific topics such as housekeeping, front-office food and beverage preparation and services.
Developing the students’ ability to plan and operate a small hotel, chalet, resorts, guesthouse and bed and breakfast business.
Ensure that the students acquire knowledge in supporting disciplines such as marketing, accounting, human resource management, organization behaviour and soft skills such as human relations.
The Diploma in Hotel Management will provide you with career opportunities in any parts of the world. The exciting career, while demanding hard work, offers attractive salaries and excellent career advancement prospects. There are also ample opportunities for self-improvement as you will be able to travel, meet people and gain international exposure. With the hotel management and related skills, you can choose from a wide range of careers at various management, supervisory and operating levels in hospitality, services, and food and beverage industries.
Introduction to Hospitality Industry
Introduction to Management
Food and Beverage Production
Pengajian Malaysia / Bahasa Melayu Komunikasi 1
Food and Beverage Service Operations
Introduction to Human Resource
Introduction to Accounting
Introduction to Marketing
*** Local students who did not obtain a credit in Bahasa Melayu SPM are required to take Bahasa Kebangsaan A.
Hospitality Work Ethics
Purchasing and Cost Control
Foreign Language 1
Hospitality Management Accounting
Front Office Management
Legal Aspects in Hospitality Industry
Hotel Environment Management
Foreign Language 2
English for Specific Purposes
Academic Entry Requirements
You must meet the following requirements in order to be considered for entry to the UNITAR Diploma Programme:
Pass Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) or its equivalent, with at least credit in three (3) subjects;
Pass Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) with at least one (1) credit and level 3 Sijil Kemahiran Malaysia;
Pass BTEC Level 3 and pass SPM with at least one (1) credit in any subjects (or its equivalent);
Any other recognized certificate qualifications in related field;
Any other equivalent qualifications recognized by the Malaysian Government.
Study Mode & Duration
Full-time: 2 1/2 years
Part-time: Not available