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A view of MIDS campus
A view of MIDS campus

MDIS offers Tourism & Hospitality programs

Singapore’s oldest not-for-profit professional institute, Management Development Institute of Singapore (MDIS) is offering diverse courses under School of Tourism & Hospitality at its campus in Singapore. The institute has its overseas campus in Chennai as well.

The academic programs in Tourism & Hospitality include Diploma in Travel, Tourism and Hospitality Management (Awarded by MDIS), International Foundation Diploma in Travel, Tourism and Hospitality Management (Awarded by MDIS), Advanced Diploma in Tourism, Hospitality and Events Management (Awarded by MDIS).

In addition, Specialist Diploma in Tourism, Hospitality and Events Management (Awarded by MDIS), Bachelor of Science (Hons) International Tourism and Hospitality Management (Top-Up) (Awarded by the University of Sunderland, UK) and Master of Science Tourism and Hospitality (Awarded by the University of Sunderland, UK) are also offered.

“MDIS’ practicum curriculum stands out amongst all other tourism courses. What really attracts Indian students is the 6-month internship opportunity, which would help students in gaining industry experience and building network,” said a MDIS representative in a press note.

The institute recently launched two new hospitality facilities – the MDIS Bakery & Culinary Studio, in conjunction with notable partner, City of Glasgow College (UK).

The launch extends the latter’s internationally recognized and practicum based programs to students and working professionals here who wish to enter, upgrade or progress further in the hospitality industry.

The new facilities will soon be engaging over 30 beneficiaries from Beyond Social Services, a local welfare organisation, in pizza baking workshops to extend opportunities to children aged between 7 and 16 as part of its service to the community.

MDIS will be introducing several new skills-based diploma and degree programs over these next two years, including in new areas such as F&B (Culinary Arts); Healthcare Support; and Leadership and People Management.

These programs will help nurture future-ready graduates who are equipped with the necessary skills and capabilities to meet industry demands.

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