The Tourism and Hospitality Management field is overloaded with many opportunities to full fill their knowledge and produce high-level skills that will be needed in their sector. The mission of the Department of Tourism and Hospitality Management is to facilitate students in designing and portraying clear pathways towards their future careers. To be able to reach this aim the institution provides them with many facilities; having high standards of lectures, competitiveness and individual attention to tailoring based on student’s requirements.Join the Team
Full-time faculties with excellent academic exposure.
Demo Housekeeping Lab:
Demo (Practice) Front Office Lab:
Demo (Practice) Kitchen:
Demo (Practice) Restaurant
The mission of the Department of Tourism and Hospitality Management is to prepare students for managerial positions in the competitive and increasingly global hospitality and tourism industry as well as for human resources growth in this field. Applied learning allows students to draw the ties between the theory taught in the classroom and practical experience observed in the lab, moreover, extensive industry experience thereby enhancing their education and capability.
To be the leader in the field of tourism and hospitality education by catering to the needs of the growing hospitality industry scenario in addition to contributing to the tourism and hospitality sector.
Provide a common body of knowledge in hospitality administration coupled with a broad education and awareness of values, skills, and attitudes which will prepare students for imaginative and responsible citizenship roles in the hospitality industry and society.
Students will incorporate an understanding of ethical, social, and legal issues in reaching business-related decisions.
Students will creatively and critically apply their knowledge and technological skills in identifying and solving problems.
To conduct with the highest ethical standards and build healthy and harmonious relationship with students, industry partners and associates.
Students will have acquired the desire to engage in lifelong learning, as demonstrated by on-going personal and professional development.