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The Cambridge International Examinations is a top-ranked examination board that operates under guidelines for quality, standards and consistency.
The hospitality industry encompasses a diversity of fields within the service industry, including hotels, resorts, restaurants, event planning and others from the tourism industry.
The Diploma in Information Technology encompasses a thorough grounding in the fundamental skills as well as providing a theoretical understanding which is vital for an IT graduate.
This is a three-year course and is designed to equip students with skills and attributes required to be effective and efficient information technology professionals.
This course is designed to provide a thorough understanding of the issues involved in developing and managing information systems in a contemporary business context.
The programme is a three-year course that prepares students for a career in the mobile telecommunication industries.
The Edexcel International Advanced Level (IAL) is a top-ranked examination board that operates under guidelines for quality, standards and consistency.
The Diploma in Tourism Entrepreneurship is designed to nurture students to identify business, entrepreneurial and employment opportunities in the tourism and hospitality industries.
This programme aims to equip students with industry relevant skills in computer science that are essential for entering the workforce as competent IT professionals.
This programme provides a pathway to postgraduate studies as well as career opportunities related to hotels, motels, spas, resorts, food service establishments and more.
This programme provides a pathway to IMI BA in International Hotel & Tourism Management, ICI BA in International Culinary Arts and career opportunities related to the hotels & resorts industry and more.
This diploma programme provides a pathway to IMI BA in International Hotel and Tourism Management as well as career opportunities related to hotels, motels, spas, resorts, food service establishments and more.
SHTCA introduced the Work-based Learning (WBL) Diploma in Hotel Management programme with a comprehensive industrial training practicum in 2012.
This degree programme is designed to produce graduates who excel in the technical and analytical skills of Information system design and management.
This programme is designed to provide a challenging programme for students to demonstrate their full potential in respect to computer networking, software development and computer hardware.
During this degree, you will study the techniques that underpin such areas as complex computing systems, computer graphics, computer security and more.
The purpose of the Diploma in Computer Studies is to equip students with the necessary skills to find employment as computer practitioners.
The aim of this programme is to provide students with the theoretical knowledge and principles of computer science.