About the Course

Your Gateway to the World

Are you someone who has a global mindset and loves meeting people from different cultures? Do you want a rewarding career in the hospitality industry?

Then our Diploma in Hospitality & Tourism Management is your ticket to the vibrant tourism industry. Our curriculum prepares you to be adaptable, resourceful and knowledgeable in core business subjects, as well as in specialised fields like hotel, resort and MICE (meetings, incentives, conventions and exhibitions) management. Exciting career opportunities await you as you gain deep skills in areas such as resort operations and management, as well as events branding and marketing.

Pack your bags, because you will also get to travel to countries like Switzerland, South Korea, Finland and Japan to learn and train at leading hospitality and tourism organisations and universities.

This diploma is for you if …

You want to enter the fast-paced and dynamic tourism and hospitality sector.

  • Hotel and Resort Management Specialisation

    If you dream of being a hotelier, this specialisation will equip you with in-depth knowledge on how to effectively run a hotel. Topics covered include rooms division management, food and beverage management and hotel sales and distribution management.

    Like the thought of working at a holiday resort? You will also learn what goes on behind the scenes at one, including how to plan activities and engage your guests.

  • MICE Management Specialisation

    Specialising in MICE Management will expose you to the operations of business and leisure events. You will learn how to successfully manage all aspects of conferences, exhibitions, meetings and incentive travel.

What You'll Study

  • Career Prospects

    Look forward to a dynamic and rewarding career in areas such as:

    • Airline & cruise management
    • Destination & attractions management
    • Event planning & management
    • Hotel & hospitality services management
    • Integrated resort management
  • Further Studies

    NYP’s Diploma in Hospitality & Tourism Management opens doors for you to further your education at reputable local and overseas universities. Many of our graduates have also received advanced standing for admission to degree programmes at well-known universities.

Did You Know?

Fun Facts Video

Check out some cool fun facts about our Diploma in Hospitality & Tourism Management!

DHTM students emerge victorious at Travel & Tourism Business (TTBiz) Challenge 2017

Two NYP teams from the Diploma in Hospitality and Tourism Management swept up the first and third prizes at the TTBiz Challenge 2017, beating competitors from other polytechnics.

Congratulations to the winning teams for doing NYP proud!

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DHTM students shine at AFECA Asia MICE Youth Challenge 2017

Our Diploma in Hospitality and Tourism Management (DHTM) students did NYP proud once again by gaining the Special Recognition Award at the 3rd AFECA (Asian Federation of Exhibition and Convention Associations) Asia MICE Youth Challenge 2017.

They competed amongst universities and higher learning institutions from Japan, Macau, Malaysia, Taiwan and Thailand. They had to present a proposal for an innovative MICE event business plan to convince the judges that their country was the ideal MICE destination in Asia.

The team of four DHTM students “Team ENVision” saw an opportunity to propose a unique event proposal: Sinology – Innovation for Silver Generation. This involved promoting Singapore as the best MICE destination to host the event, showcasing innovative solutions to meet the Silver Generation’s needs.

SBM students gain new insights on Tama University Study Trip

Since SBM signed a memorandum of understanding with Tama University in 2011, friendly ties have been preserved through cultural exchange between the students of the two institutions.

This September, 37 SBM students embarked on a 9-day study trip at the university, taking lessons from basic Japanese and Sun Tzu Art of War, to Japanese pop culture and geography. Students also experienced a simulated earthquake on a Ritcher scale of 8 at the Disaster Prevention Centre in Yokohama.

While students initially encountered language barriers when interacting with the Japanese students, the basic Japanese crash course helped them overcome the barriers. “I love conversing with them and I have made many new friends from Tama University!” said one SBM student, Nur Isyraf Aqil Bin Mohammad Nazri.