According to the forecast of the Center for Human Resources Forecast and Labor Market Information of Ho Chi Minh City, the demand for human resources in the field of restaurants and hotels will be scarce in the long run, especially management positions. This career opportunity is open to young people who love international communication, multicultural integration, foreign language proficiency and have leadership skills, good expertise and quick strategic thinking.


The income for a medium-sized hotel management position is 10-18 million VND/ month and 40 million VND or more in 5-star hotels.


High-class and professional working environment in luxurious space, the opportunity to interact with new people and new culture every day makes Hotel Management ranked as the top desirable industry.


  • Restaurant and hotel manager

  • Lobby manager (Front Office)

  • Department of Restaurant manager (Food & Beverage)

  • Department of Room manager (Housekeeping)

  • Business administration and customer care

  • Human resources manager

  • Office administrator

  • Operating, marketing, human resources, and finance at travel companies


100% Students welcomed by employers
100% Students take courses in English
100% Students take at least one semester abroad and have international experiences
10% Alumni work abroad
9.8% Alumni become leaders and managers
5% Students start their own businesses



Narrow major & Graduation project

(3 semesters)


On the job training

(4 - 8 months)


Foundation knowledge

(5 semesters)


Foundation and integration

(6 months - 1 years)

3 - 4 years3 semesters/ year


  • Students study with an international copyright curriculum, imported directly from reputable publishers around the world.

  • Students study entirely in English.
  • Right from the first year, students study 1 semester of English abroad.
  • Students are trained in the second foreign language Chinese.
  • Students have 1-2 semesters of specialized study at KDU University, Malaysia or Southwestern Universit, Cebu, Philippines.
  • By the third year, students can work for 4 - 8 months in international standard hotels in the semester of the enterprise training (On the Job Training).
  • In addition to specialized knowledge, students in Hospitality Management also cultivate soft skills, communication skills, life skills, negotiation, time management, financial management ... through development activities. personal.


Học kỳ học phầnkỹ năng đạt được
  • Orientation & military semester
  • 01-05 Level English
  • Semester English abroad
  • Vovinam
  • Traditional musical instrument
  • Students have effective University learning methods such as self-study, group work, time management, brain capacity optimization to improve learning outcomes.
  • Students achieve English proficiency equivalent to IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL iBT 80.
  • Students confidently read the syllabus, study entirely in English, communicate fluently with lecturers and international students.
  • Students have the spirit of physical training, comprehensive personal development.
  • Students understand and appreciate the value of traditional music. Students can play some traditional instruments such as flute, stamen, gourd….make students more confident in front of the crowd, training good habits: perseverance and meticulousness.
  • Effective University learning method
  • Introduction to Management
  • Marketing Principles
  • Microeconomics
  • Business English 1
  • Vovinam 2
  • Students have effective University learning methods such as self-study, group work, time management, brain capacity optimization to improve learning outcomes.
  • Students are provided basic skills required in management, how the principles of management developed, the necessary attributes of manager, and coverage of significant management theories.
  • Students learn about foundation in marketing based on five key activities.
  • Students improve their ability to communicate in English in a wide range of business situations. Besides, it also helps students acquire and develop business knowledge through the authentic sources such as Financial Times.
  • Principles of Accounting
  • Macroeconomics
  • Organizational Behavior
  • Business English 2
  • Vovinam 3
  • Students study intensive business English and academic English.
  • Students have knowledge of financial accounting, management accounting and corporate finance including: business transactions, financial reporting formats and analysis, inventories and receivables, types of assets and legal responsibilities, cost classification, main budget and budgeting.
  • Students grasp the role of the individual - the group - the organizational structure. Special emphasis is placed on individual differences, attitudes, motivation, job satisfaction, communication, leadership, stress, change, and organizational culture.
Semester 3
  • Principles of Corporate Finance
  • Human Resource Management
  • Introduction to Hospitality industry
  • Hotel Operations Management
  • Cross Cultural Management and Negotiation
  • Students will know about the corporation and its operating environment, the manner in which corporate boards and management evaluate investment opportunities and arrangements for financing such investments.
  • Students are provided a robust introduction to the key principles, policies, and practices of human resource management.
  • Students have an overview of the structure and scope of the travel/tourism and hospitality industries. This course examines the components of the tourism industry: transportation, accommodation, food and beverage, and attractions. Other topics include the history, political, social and cultural impacts tourism has on local, state and global environments.
  • Students have business skills and acumen to work in a wide range of areas within this multifaceted industry. Among these areas will be front desk management, housekeeping operations, food and beverage management, and human resources planning.
  • Students learn about the effect of cultural differences on organisational behaviour and negotiation in the global context. It exposes students to issues and problems that inevitably arise in international business when managers have to deal with culturally determined differences in values, attitudes and behaviours, develop cross-cultural communication competence and management and negotiation skills to successfully solve problems and capitalise on opportunities in a multicultural environment.
Semester 4
  • Food and Beverage Operations Management
  • Event planning
  • Applied Statistics for business
  • Project Management
  • 2nd foreign Language: Chinese (1)
  • Students study the skills and science of food and beverage management. Management operation systems are also presented and integrated with F&B delivery systems for a complete F&B overview.
  • Taking an inter-disciplinary approach, and integrating theory with practice, it equips students with the project management knowledge and skills to plan a range of business, leisure, sporting, cultural and lifestyle events. Students understand the data summaries and descriptive statistics; introduction to a statistical computer package (Excel, SPSS…); Probability; statistical inference of univariate data; Statistical inference...
  • Students are provided up-to-date information on how good project, program, and portfolio management can help you achieve organizational success. This course uses a chronological approach to project management, with detailed explanations and examples for initiating, planning, executing, monitoring and controlling, and closing projects.
  • Students have basic knowledge of phonetics, writing and simple sentences, and equipped with the basic knowledge of listening to Chinese
Semester 5
  • Hotel Revenue Management
  • 2nd Foreign Language (2)
  • Elective subject 1
  • Elective subject 2
  • Elective subject 3
  • Students learn about profit/cost margins, daily balance sheets, banking procedures, charting and forecasting products and services, personnel development and management, documentation systems, target marketing, and regulations governing the food and beverage industry.
  • Students will learn to use management tools in analyzing operational effectiveness of hotel and restaurant organizations. Students have basic knowledge of phonetics, writing and simple sentences, and equipped with the basic knowledge of listening to Chinese
Semester 6
  • On The Job Training (OJT)
  • Students work for 4 - 8 months at FPT Group member companies or over 300 businesses that are partners of FPT Corporation worldwide.

    Semester 7
    • Social media marketing
    • Business Communication
    • Writing research papers
    • Elective Subject 4
    • Elective Subject 5
    • Students understand the insights into social analytics tools and resources to build a complete social media marketing strategy – from consumer insights to final justification metrics.
    • Students can practice and perform well in written and oral essential forms of business communication. Students are learnt about academic writing skills: review and extension of the typical parts and formats of essays; a clear guide to choosing and researching topics; step-by-step practice of the drafting process, using academic language and presenting research; special sections on citing references and avoiding plagiarism.
    Semester 8
    • Managing Guest Experience
    • Business Law and Ethics Fundamentals
    • Research Methods
    • Information system overview
    • Students will learn how to deliver above guest expectations, define and build a total service culture, empower guests to help create their own experience, find and hire people who love to serve, and lead others to excel.
    • Students understand the complexities, ambiguities and many areas of the law in undertaking business. Furthermore, it will focus on business ethics emphasizing how we should treat each other and our organizations in global and local contexts.
    • Students learn a number of research methods useful for academic and professional investigations of business practices. By examining the applications, strengths, and weaknesses of methodologies drawn from both the qualitative and quantitative traditions, this course permits an understanding of the various steps involved in designing and executing a research project so that students will be able to conduct their research later.
    • This course provides a foundation for the understanding and analysis of information systems in organizations. It presents fundamental knowledge about the role that information systems play in businesses, how to design and build an appropriate information system and how to effectively manage the business’ information resources.
    Semester 9
    • Start Your Business
    • Graduation Thesis
    • Students implement and own their own project / application / service business model.
    • Students are confident to work in most countries around the world

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