Programmes / Diploma in Hospitality Management
This Diploma course in Hospitality Management is designed to provide students with an in-depth understanding of the operational aspects and knowledge of the underlying principles of the International Hospitality Industry.
Students upon the completion of this course would be able to establish the knowledge and skills required through progressive levels from initial training in various hospitality services and supervisory responsibilities.
Full-Time (Local & International Students)
6 Months Study + 6 Months Industrial Attachment (IA)
This course is not offering Part-Time.
Teacher Student Ratio
Modes & Methods of Delivery
- Group Work
- Practical Training
Examination is conducted at the end of each module.
The pre-requisites for Diploma in Hospitality Management
- 16 years old and above; and
- GCE “O” level with a pass in English or equivalent; or
- For International Students, they must complete Secondary or High School
education or equivalent with a pass in English.
Other qualifications will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
Diploma in Hospitality Management
6 Months Study
Diploma in Hospitality Management
6 Months Study
- All fees stated are inclusive of 7% GST
- All fees are subject to change without prior notice.
Application Fee of SGD$299.60 is payable to STEi Institute Pte. Ltd. This fee is non-refundable under all circumstances Student can make payment via TT, bank draft or cheque.
Medical Insurance Scheme
STEi hereby confirms and undertakes to students that it has in place a medical insurance scheme for all its students.
Fee Protection Scheme
STEi provides fee protection scheme for all students as required by the Committee for Private Education (CPE) and is aligned with the EduTrust requirements.
Our appointed FPS provider is Liberty Insurance Pte Ltd.
All course fees are payable to “STEi Institute Pte Ltd” account with DBS Bank in Singapore (Account No. : 003-909401-9).
HM1001 – English for Hospitality
This module is designed to enhance student’s essential communication skills
in the Hospitality Industry. Students would be able to understand the “lingo” of
the Industry and also to adapt to the terms of reference used amongst the
staff. Students would be equipped with Hospitality English language skills to
speak, read and write in proper English with confidence.
HM1002 – Food Nutrition & Product Knowledge
This module aims to equip students with the knowledge in the Principles and
Characteristics of various Cooking Methods and be able to identify different
food and beverage products. Students would be proficient to outline food
safety and hygiene principles.
HM1003 – Bar Service & Knowledge
This module focuses on the knowledge of the various types of alcoholic and
non-alcoholic beverages – Countries and Areas of origin, Methods of
Production, Base ingredients, Characteristics, Alcoholic Content, Quality
Ratings and Deliverance of Service.
HM1004 – Food & Beverage Operations
This module introduces the different services and operational styles to serve
different types of cuisine such as Plated Service, Gueridon Service, Buffet
Service, Family Service, Counter Service, Silver Service, Carvery Service, Fast
Food Service, and other services.
HM1005 – Principles of Front Office Operations
This module introduces the four phases of the Guest Cycle and the various
transactions and services in each phase. It outlines the different sections of
the Front Office, the job titles and duties of the staff in the respective sections
at each phase.
HM1006 – Hospitality Information Systems
This module is to sharpen the student’s understanding in the concepts of a
Property Management System (PMS). PMS- a demonstrational software
product, also known as Hotel Front Office Management Simulation, provides
the students an interactive learning experience on its functions.
HM1007 – Conference & Events Operations
This module equips the students with the knowledge in various types of
events. It outlines the uniqueness and importance of each event and focuses
on the functions and responsibilities of the Banquet Department.
HM1018 – Marketing for Hospitality & Tourism I
This module introduces the Hospitality and Tourism Marketing Industry. It
provides the students with the understanding of Marketing Management in
strategic planning within a service culture.
HM1019 – Industrial Attachment (IA)
Students can expect to be deployed to the various functional departments of
the Hospitality Industry – Food & Beverage, Front Office, Customer Service,
Accommodations, Travel or Tour Related Establishments, Events
Management, Conventions and Conferences, Catering, Theme Parks,
Entertainment and Recreation, over 6 months of Industrial Attachment.
Industrial Attachment is a compulsory and integral module of the Diploma in
Hospitality Management Course. In the event that a student is unable to
participate in the Industrial Attachment module due to circumstances beyond
the control of STEi Institute; the student will be provided as a last resort, to
successfully complete the Project Work to be considered for graduation from
course and be awarded the Diploma in Hospitality Management.
In order to be conferred the course award, the student must achieve a pass for STEi Examination, and at least 75% of class attendance. Student’s Pass Holders are required to maintain a class attendance of 90% and above.
DIPLOMA IN HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT