Diploma in Hotel Management JPT/BPP(MQA/PA3705)11/23


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Quest International University’s Diploma in Hotel Management programme is designed to nurture you towards an exciting career in this high-growth industry. It will provide you with a broad understanding of the operational aspects of the international hotel industry. It also looks at the social and economic environment in which hotels must operate in and the impact of new technologies to the industry. Graduates should expect to develop a strong customer focus and a passion for delivering quality services.

Graduates would find employment in a variety of places, including hotels, resorts, cruise ships, theme parks and clubhouses.

Matapelajaran Pengajian Umum (MPU)
  • Kumpulan U1
          Pengajian Malaysia
          Nota: U1 akan menjadi Dasar KPT untuk dilaksanakan
                      di semua PPT
  • Kumpulan U2 – U4
          Kursus ditetapkan oleh PPT
          Nota: Atau lain-lain yang dicadangkan oleh KPT dan IPTS
University courses
  • English I
  • English II
  • Co-Curriculum
Compulsory courses
  • Introduction to Hospitality Industry
  • Fundamentals of Food
  • Principles of Management
  • Computer Applications
  • Business Economics
  • Food and Beverage Services
  • Food Production ( Basic Cookery)
  • Food Nutrition, Safety and  Hygiene
  • Hospitality Sales and  Marketing
  • Business Ethics
  • Restaurant Management
  • Front Office Management
  • Housekeeping Management
  • Food Service Design and Technology
  • Introduction to Accounting
  • Food Production (Commercial Cookery)
  • Food and Beverage Cost Control
  • Hospitality Human Resource Management
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Meeting, Incentive, Convention and Exhibition (MICE)
  • Legal Aspects of The Hospitality Industry
  • Hotel Service and Maintenance
  • Hotel Industrial Training
  • Pass SPM with credits in any three (3) subjects
  • Other equivalent qualifications approved by the Government of Malaysia

Full-time: Two (2) intakes in each academic year, i.e. in April and September
Part-time: Three (3) intakes in each academic year, i.e in January, May and September


Mode of Study: Full-time and Part-time


Full-time: The bi-semester programme is taught over a period of 2 1/2 years
Part-time: The tri-semester programme is taught over a period of 4 years

Students’ ability is gauged both through continuous assessments and a final exam. The continuous assessment component comprises tests/quizzes, mid-term examination and projects/assignments which accounts for an allocation of about 40-60 marks depending on the course. The balance of the marks is allocated for the final examination.