I was particularly impressed with the curriculum, especially for internships as it offered many opportunities that no-other University in Thailand can provide. The program sends students out for internship from the first year and I benefitted from learning in real-life situations, which were different from the lessons in class. It therefore helped me to understand what the real hospitality business is like from top to bottom.
In addition, I applied all the essential theories to real life experiences, for example, the financial courses helped prepare me for working as a Cluster Revenue Manager in my previous job with Park Hyatt Maldives, Park Hyatt Siem Reap and Hyatt Regency Phuket.
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