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School of Hospitality
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Embark on a thrilling journey into the world of hospitality in our vocational college's captivating program. Immerse yourself in the art of exceptional guest service, luxury accommodation, and event management. From the bustling front desk to the exquisite world of culinary delights, our program offers hands-on training and a deep understanding of the hospitality industry. Learn from seasoned professionals as they share their expertise in customer relations, operations, and leadership.

School of Hospitality offers the following programmes:

  • LAPT Vocational Foundation Certificate in Hospitality (1 Year)

  • LaXenia Bachelor of Hospitality Management (3 Years)

  • LAPT Skills Proficiency Certificate (for Special Needs)


1. Minimum 16 years

2. No Academic Qualification Needed

3. Progression student need to provide previous academic transcript*

School of Hospitality offers the following programmes:

Level 3 LAPT Vocational Foundation Certificate in Hospitality (1 Year)

The Level 3 programme is pragmatically taught via a holistic approach by disseminating hospitality knowledge and skills to our students who are passionate about the hospitality industry. The duration of this programme is one year, and this certification is internationally recognised through the London Academy of Professional Training.

LaXenia Bachelor of Hospitality Management (3 Years)

The bachelor programmes are much sought after by all hotel industries, local and international. Students are given the opportunity to travel abroad to do an internship with international hotels for six months, with the prospect of job employability. This 3-year programme is conducted online as it is vital for students to gain knowledge and hands-on skills while doing industrial practise. The degree is awarded by the LaXenia International Institute of Switzerland.

The hospitality industry encompasses the following:

  • Food and Beverage

The food and beverage industry consists of the preparation, transportation, and serving of food or beverages to customers.

  • Lodging

The lodging industry consists of businesses that provide overnight accommodations to guests. A few of the most common types of lodging businesses are hotels, vacation rentals, and bed and breakfasts.

  • Recreation

One key sector of the hospitality industry is recreation, where businesses in the recreation industry provide customers with ways to entertain themselves, pursue hobbies, or experience educational opportunities.

  • Travel and Tourism

Travel and tourism are two of the largest sectors of the hospitality industry. In general, travel and tourism allow people to visit destinations outside of their normal environment.

  • Meetings and Events

This segment of the hospitality industry consists of a variety of social, business, and sporting events, including weddings, farm shows, and business events, to mention a few.

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