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Hospitality Education

Hospitality & Tourism Schools

COTHM DUBAI holds a progressive network of 14 hotel schools, the College of Tourism & Hotel Management (COTHM)-Pakistan & Dubai. Since our inception in the year 2002, so far we have over 13,000 graduates serving the hospitality industry worldwide, whereas our current enrollment exceeds six (6000) thousand. Dubai campus will be open soon to produce multinational hoteliers.

We are committed to produce future hospitality professionals having positive attitude, strong work values and the ability to lead in a multicultural environment in the ever-expanding hospitality industry.

The education programs of COTHM are accredited by top-ranking British, European and American awarding bodies for Gold Standard Hospitality, Travel, Tourism and Culinary Arts education and training.

16 Years of Experience
14 Hotel Schools
13000 Passouts
3000 International Placements

Distance Learning Programs (DLP)

COTHM distance learning program is a flexible way to achieve international certifications in hospitality & tourism profession. This allows students to combine studying with work and family commitments, without having to leave their homes or workplace. The standard of the award is exactly the same as that achieved by students who study wit in the college face to face. Students can study independently, or for many programs they may attend classes at local institutions as well. Distance learning program is provided with industry standard course kits, mock exams and study material.

Recognition to Prior Learning (RPL)

RPL is the process by which your existing skills, knowledge and experience gained throughout your life, regardless of how they have been acquired, are recognized towards the achievement of a globally recognized qualification. Together we work through a process of gathering and assessing the skills and knowledge you have acquired throughout your career to date. The RPL process reviews learning that may have acquired through a variety of life experiences including through formal or informal training, work experience (paid and unpaid) or through voluntary work. In assessing a candidate’s ability, portfolios of evidence can include;

prior qualifications, resumes, references, position descriptions, work examples, photographs/videos, practical/workplace observation, skills tests and assignments and a competency conversation.

Hospitality Skills Council

Hospitality sector skills council is an independent, strategic organization. The objective is to tackle the skills and productivity needs of the Hospitality & Tourism industry. It has responsibility for skills and workforce development of all those employed in the hospitality sector – from professional staff to businessmen and women, administrative staff, support staff and other auxiliary workers. It covers all sizes of employer from large firms to micro-businesses and the self employed and actively involves trade unions, professional bodies and other key stakeholders.