The hospitality and tourism industry is a vast sector that includes all the economic activities related to travel and tourism. It is ideal for people who are mobile, free-spirited and eager for new experiences and cultures.


Interested in Hospitality?

Hospitality means extending a welcome to travelers or offering a home away from home. The hospitality and tourism industry is a vast sector that includes all the economic activities that directly or indirectly contribute to, or depend upon, travel and tourism. This industry sector includes Hotels & Resorts, Restaurants & Catering, Night Clubs & Bars, Travel & Transportation, Tourism, Spas & Wellness, Cruise Liners & Bus tours, Events (Private, Business, Cultural & Sports).

As the hotel and hospitality industry moves increasingly from a skill-based to a knowledge-based industry, higher learning has become increasingly critical to opening career doors and helping managers to be more fully attuned to the culture, services and competitive aspects of the sector.

Why study Hospitality at HELP?

The HELP Business (Hospitality & Tourism) Programme is designed to equip the student with the relevant knowledge and skills, including:

  • Business principles
  • Information Technology
  • Tourism, Leisure & Hospitality Management
  • Contemporary Issues in the Hospitality and Tourism Industry
  • Hotel Operation Management
  • Accommodation Operation Management
  • Food & Beverage Management
This major delves into international hotel operations management, technological applications in hospitality management, large-scale services management as well as small business operations.

At HELP, our history comes with many years of accumulated knowledge and experience in delivering world-class tourism and hospitality courses that produce versatile and ambitious graduates who are able to meet the challenges of working in the tourism and hospitality industries anywhere in the world.

  • International Internship Opportunities - Placement with 4-5-star hotels and resorts in USA, Spain, Malaysia and China and with top hospitality brands in Australia

  • Industrial Training - To enhance the effectiveness of classroom learning, students will also be exposed to hands-on practical learning which reflects the real-life working experience. Each student will have to undergo an intensive industrial training programme spanning 24 weeks at well-known establishments in the hospitality and tourism industry

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Career Pathways for Hospitality

Hospitality is one of the world's fastest growing employment sectors and it is predicted to continue growing strong in the coming years. Hospitality Management graduates can find employment in casinos, hotels, restaurants, convention centres and special event management companies. Here is a breakdown of the kinds of jobs you can get with a hospitality management degree.

Hotel Management
Traditional hospitality careers often start in hotels and resorts. The accommodation sector is growing more diverse with new properties and new concepts coming to the industry.

Food & Beverage
Another core area of hospitality careers is the Food & Beverage sector which includes restaurants, night clubs, catering, food trucks, fine wines & spirits, bakeries and sweets, recipe design, and more.

Hospitality Programmes