I. *Not offered for 2021/2022 intake.
II. Postgraduate Diploma (PgD) Programmes are not applicable for Mainland ID holders.
A bachelor's degree in the areas of hotel and tourism management, food and beverage management, recreation and leisure management, or the like; OR
A bachelor's degree in areas other than those listed above; admitted applicant may be required to enroll in at least one bridging course with a normal course duration of 40 hours.
Both the International Food and Beverage Management and the International Gastronomy Management programmes are management-rich food studies programme. They are predominantly class-based teaching and are marginally related to practical cooking. As such, admission requires competencies in related fields of food studies - whether cooking ‘per se’ or not, which will be determined on a case-by-case basis.
Applicants are required to provide evidence of English proficiency unless they have obtained a degree for which English is the medium of instruction.
≥ 583 for paper-based test;
≥ 237 for computer-based test; or
≥ 93 for iBT-based test (Writing ≥ 23)
A Band Score ≥ 6.5 overall (Writing ≥ 6.0)
The following documents are needed upon application:
1. Online application form
2. Proof of academic qualifications (Bachelor’s degree or above)
3. Academic transcripts (Bachelor’s degree or above)
4. Reference letters from one academic referee and one industry professional
5. Curriculum Vitae
6. Proof of English proficiency
Evaluation is by document review. An interview may be arranged if necessary.
19/10/2020 - 31/03/2021
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