Introduction to Courses

Hotel Tourism Course

2-year Program for Specialist License (application pending)

Training experts for the expanding hotel industry

Hotels are used for a wide variety of purposes, including family tourism, business trips, conferences, and wedding ceremonies and festivities. This course is designed to cultivate hotel industry experts capable of satisfying the needs of all kinds of customers.

Even if you do not have JLPT test level N2 or higher, do not worry!

A simulation for realizing your dreams
  • Ms. M has only reached N3 level in the Japanese Language Proficiency Test Ms. M has only reached N3 level in the Japanese Language Proficiency Test
  • I want to get into the Hotel Tourism course, but for now I am taking the Communication Design course. I want to get into the Hotel Tourism course, but for now I am taking the Communication Design course.
  • I’m doing plenty of Japanese study this year. Eventually, I’ll realize my dream. I’m doing plenty of Japanese study this year. Eventually, I’ll realize my dream.
  • Now, I’m taking the Hotel Tourism course that I wanted to do. I’m on the path to becoming a hotel professional. Now, I’m taking the Hotel Tourism course that I wanted to do. I’m on the path to becoming a hotel professional.

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Learning features of the Hotel Tourism Course

Learning Feature (1)

Hotel Management

Students learn the management techniques necessary for the hotel business, and approaches to hotel management from the perspective of “corporate philosophy,” “hotel concepts,” “business management,” “organization,” “hospitality,” and “safety and security.”

Learning Feature (2)

General Concierge Theory

A concierge is a customer service professional who responds to all kinds of customer demands and requests.
Students learn how to implement guest relations in ways that involve procedures for making reservations and checking details for sightseeing and transport, as well as resolving problems and difficulties.

Learning Feature (3)

Hospitality Theory

This subject aims at cultivating the ability to deliver friendly, considerate hospitality to hotel customers.
Students learn the spirit of hospitality that will not only delight and impress customers, but also give themselves pleasure.

Curriculum

1st year
Lectures Group Work I/Group Work II/Group Work III/Communication TheoryI/Communication Theory II/F&B Theory/General Hotel Theory/General Concierge Theory/General Bridal Theory/History I/Business Skills I/Employment Measures I/Accommodation Theory I
Seminars Tourism Design Seminar I
Practical Training Computer Skills I/Computer Skills II/F&B Practice I/Accommodation Practice I/Hotel Practice I/Annual Planning Study
2nd year
Lectures History II/Business Skills II/Employment Measures II/Accommodation Theory III/Hotel Events/Presentation/Service Assistance/General Inbound Tourism Theory/Hospitality Theory/Foreign Languages/Marketing Theory/Hotel Management
Seminars Tourism Design Seminar II
Practical Training Computer Skills III/Computer Skills IV/F&B Practice II/Accommodation Practice II/Hotel Practice II/Graduation Project Preparation
Lectures Elective subjects in 1st and 2nd years
English Conversation I/English Conversation II/Chinese I/Chinese II/Japanese I/Japanese II/2D Graphics/3D Graphics

Sample timetable
mon tue wed thu fri sat
School of Hotel Tourism Morning Group Work I
Group Work II
Communication Theory II
F&B Theory
General Hotel Theory General Bridal Theory Elective subjects:
English Conversation I, English Conversation II, Chinese
Afternoon Group Work III
Communication Theory I
General Concierge Theory Elective subjects: Chinese II, Japanese I, Japanese II