COTHM stands for College of Tourism & Hotel Management.
COTHM is diverging hospitality education & training since 1999, it has around 18000 alumni employed globally. Its network of hotel schools has grown to 15 and expected to grow to 20 by 2020.
COTHM offers international accredited certifications & for seeking employment our awarding bodies are very well accepted in hospitality industry worldwide.
COTHM is affiliated with very well-known and widely accepted international awarding bodies like:
The Hospitality & Tourism Industry offers abundant opportunities for the students seeking careers in a dynamic, international industry. If you have basic communication skills, rest we will train, & desire to provide excellent service to others, this fast paced industry is right for you.
By attending a career counseling session. You can schedule your visit to meet career counselors at Ajman or Dubai offices.
Studying hospitality in UAE could be very exciting experience because of more than one reasons like:
Having so many options open to you allows you growth and progression within one single industry, through a variety of diverse and interesting job opportunities. Below we have listed a few types of jobs available in the hospitality industry as a guide.
Front Desk Clerks / Receptionists; Porters / Bellhop; Room attendant; Room Service; Waiter/Waitress; Food Prep; Line Cooks / Commis
Concierges; Front Desk Supervisor; Housekeeping Supervisor; Restaurant Manager; Accounting Clerks; Purchasing Clerks; Event planners/coordinators; Assistant Banqueting Manager; Assistant Hotel Manager; Sous Chef
Executive Chef; Sales and Marketing Manager; Hotel Manager; Financial Manager; Chief Engineer or Maintenance Manager; Security Manager; Spa and Recreation Director; Executive Housekeeper; Food & Beverage Manager; Front Office Manager
Both the streams are internationally accredited, with some additional specific details with respect to your education and careers goals, which are explained in-person session with our career counselor.
Yes, an internship is only mandatory for graduates programs. COTHM is the only institute having its dedicated placement office in Dubai helping COTHM graduates secure internships in four and five-star hotels.
According to or experience 90% of the students get paid internships on successful completion of their studies.
According to our experience, more than 90% of the students’ successful internships are converted into jobs.
Yes, COTHM provides necessary facilitation in Visa process for its international students.
Yes, COTHM will provide necessary facilitation regarding accommodation.
COTHM UAE offers a transfer program that shall help students to transfer their programs. Please refer to the program counselor for your particular case inquiry.
COTHM has a transfer agreement with many International Hospitality Schools where the transfer is facilitated by COTHM Dubai Office.
Since the courses are internationally accredited, students can transfer to any international hospitality institute worldwide subject to their transfer policy.
Yes. This is possible during the first semester in consultation with the registrar.
Yes, COTHM will provide paid transpiration to its students.
Minimum of 19 years as per local law to qualify for Visa
Yes, COTHM will provide paid transpiration to its students.
It differs from program to program, you may consult with an admission counselor for more details.
Yes, there are specially designed programs for industry professionals. At COTHM three different types programs are offered for industry professional:
Yes, COTHM offers financial support or scholarships to deserving and talented students.
Yes, COTHM can offer provisional admission subject to submission of your final certificate before the final examination.
Students Enjoy the sunshine and blue sky all over the year with a moderate temperature (10ᶜ to 20ᶜ) during winter time. While summer is quietly hot and dry especially during the months of July and August (35ᶜ to 42ᶜ). UAE provides various locations and set of activities that best suit the weather conditions. During hot seasons, you may find it a good chance to tan on sandy beaches, shopping or visiting historical landmarks, whereas you can enjoy festivals, public parks, fishing and more during the winter
While summer is quietly hot and dry especially during the months of July and August (35ᶜ to 42ᶜ). UAE provides various locations and set of activities that best suit the weather conditions. During hot seasons, you may find it a good chance to tan on sandy beaches, shopping or visiting historical landmarks, whereas you can enjoy festivals, public parks, fishing and more during the winter
During hot seasons, students may find it a good chance to tan on sandy beaches, shopping or visiting historical landmarks, whereas you can enjoy festivals, public parks, fishing and more during the winter.
There are many interesting facts about the United Arab Emirates here are five basic ones:
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is a federation of seven emirates, which united on December 2, 1971. They are Abu Dhabi (the capital), Ajman, Dubai, Fujairah, Ras Al-Khaimah, Sharjah and Umm al-Qaiwain.
The UAE is an Arab country, a state member of the League of Arab States and also a member of the Gulf Co-operation Council (GCC), which includes Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar and Saudi Arabia. Arabic is the official language, yet English is widely used.
The UAE is a predominantly Muslim country. Islam is the basis of the UAE’s culture, political system, and way of life, yet it is also multi-cultural and tolerant towards other religions. Everyone is free to practice their own religion and UAE’s residents observe the various festive occasions such as Eid, Christmas, and Diwali.
There are over 200 different nationalities residing in the UAE making it one of the most culturally diverse countries in the world. Over the last decade, the country’s population has increased from 3.4 million in 2001 to an estimated 8.2 million in 2011. Mostly due to immigration, UAE also ranks among the highest in the world in terms of population growth.
Emirati clothing is an important part of the history and heritage of the UAE and is a source of pride. Men in the UAE wear a white cloak ‘kandura’ which is also called a ‘dishdash’ or a ‘thawb’ in other GCC countries. It is also similar to the desert clothes used in North Africa. The women in UAE wear a long flowing black gown known as the ‘abaya.’ The abaya is actually an elegant piece of attire used to cover the female’s clothing. It can range from plain, practical discreet designs similar to the ones worn in the past to more modern, elaborate and colorful ones with intricate designs.