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Taylor’s University - School of Hospitality, Tourism & Culinary Arts

At Taylor’s University, our mandate for academic excellence is driven by the need to make a difference. Taylor’s University has constantly expanded its developmental horizons to keep ahead of the times, while remaining steadfast to its core purpose. As a result, Taylor’s University teaching philosophy is centered on its unwavering focus to educate and assist its students to take their productive places as leaders in the global hospitality industry. To achieve these noble objectives, the Student Employment Programme (STEP) and Future General Manager Programme (GeM) was introduced.

Taylor’s School of Hospitality, Tourism & Culinary Arts (TCHT) has developed a strategic collaborative model with the hotel industry to achieve a singular goal which is to enable its graduates to fast-track their careers into management position with world class hotel brands.

To break the industry norm of starting a career from ‘rank and file’, TCHT has developed two structured training programmes for students to be trained and groomed by industry experts and be enculturalised into the companies’ mission, vision and corporate values that enable fresh graduates to hold management positions upon graduation.

With the rapid and massive expansion of hotel properties in Asia, Taylor’s School of Hospitality, Tourism & Culinary Arts (TCHT) being one of the leading Hospitality Schools in South East Asia have studied the number of properties that will be build by hotel companies in Asia for the next 5 to 10 years. The expansion plans create a demand for strategic alliances in support of the industries expansion plans.

The initiative to develop the Student Employment Programme (STEP) is offered to Top Hospitality Employers an opportunity to create a pipeline of talents to be fed into their existing properties and placed into properties in their expansion plans globally.

The evolution of both STEP programmes began in 2010 with the first signing of MoU with Shangri-La hotels and 5 years later today, Taylor’s University has strategically signed a total of 6 Memorandum of Understanding with top hotel companies.