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International Double Degree Programme

B.B.A. in Hotel Management

Preparing students for a successful career in international hospitality management as the new generation of industry leaders.

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Programme Duration

4 Years (3 Years optional)


Bachelor of Business Administation​

Partner School

Vatel Hotel & Tourism Business School​

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Programme Benefits
  • Courses apply the right balance between ‘learning by doing’ professional experience and theoretical courses.
  • Dedicated practical training facilities (Vatel Restaurant and Café, demonstration kitchen, bar, room division).
  • During practical training weeks, older students manage younger ones: they all work together in real management conditions.
  • International internships in France to build professional experience.
  • Opportunity to participate in the award-winning Marco Polo student exchange program at other Vatel schools.
  • Provides up to date skills to succeed across competitive international business environments.
  • Possible to complete your studies in 3 years.
  • 1) To produce graduates in the field of hotel management who can work domestically and internationally whilst responding to the labour needs of the hospitality industry.
  • 2) To equip graduates with leadership, visionary, creativity, integrity, flexibility to work in various business circumstances under the rapid change of environment.
  • 3) To produce knowledgeable graduates who are well equipped with virtues, ethics and social responsibility.
  • 4) To enhance the exchange of knowledge and experience from different cultures leading to more understanding and cooperation in the future.
Programme Learning Outcomes (PLOs)
  • PLO1 Explain operational knowledge and practice in the hospitality business.
  • PLO2 Apply managerial knowledge and entrepreneurship in the hospitality business.
  • PLO3 Select suitable and creative solutions to operational problems in hospitality industry.
  • PLO4 Apply a high level of business communication standard (written, oral, and non-verbal communication skills) for any project related to the hospitality industry.
  • PLO5 Demonstrate interpersonal skill and effective ways of communication with people from different backgrounds and cultures.
  • PLO6  Demonstrate professional and ethical manner, and practice hospitality-defined work ethics
  • PLO7 Demonstrate a good teamwork and express roles in the workgroup appropriately to effectively work in a diverse world.
  • PLO8 Choose different mathematical, statistical techniques, information technology tools to effectively analyze and interpret data.
  • PLO9 Point out sustainable and creative innovations by examining current economic, social, cultural situation in hospitality industry.
  • PLO10 Design hotel concept and appropriate service operation.
Who Is This Programme For?
  • Individuals intent on a successful career within the hospitality industry and working in some of the most luxurious hotels around the world.
  • People interested in a stimulating business environment by managing departments in Marketing, Human Resources, Events, Finance, or becoming a General Manager.
  • Working for an international hospitality group in the corporate office.
  • Graduates pursuing a position as an F&B manager, restaurateur or perhaps being a Chef along with other special culinary art positions.
  • Tourism related jobs including tour operators, travel agencies, airlines and cruises ships.
  • Entrepreneurial minded students that would like to create their own hospitality business.

What People Say About The Programme

Hotel and Tourism​

Management focuses on developing advanced practical industry skills so graduates are able to compete internationally. In response to the industry’s continuing development, Vatel has steadily evolved to prepare students for industry changes and produce competitive graduates in the hospitality and tourism sector.



A high school education level or equivalent from an accredited school/institution, or educational system: GED, NZQA, GCSE, IGCSE, GCE “A” or “AS” level and IB.


English proficiency with a minimum TOEFL (ITP = 543 / IBT = 72) / CBT = 193 OR IELTS (5.5) OR SAT (Evidence-Based Reading and Writing) 450

Study Plan

Year 1

Students take general academic courses while learning the foundations of hospitality and then applying them in professional environments.

Year 2

In the second-year, students observe the economics of managing hotel and tourism operations. They learn marketing, human resources and finance, as well as general management knowledge for everyday use within the hospitality industry. Students conduct a domestic hotel internship.

Year 3

Students will focus on management in operations and business administration. Courses feature a more in-depth take on hotel management and students conduct an international hotel internship.

Year 4

In the last year, students discover research techniques alongside the processes of running a business and planning development, that come with long term enterprises.


SUIC/ Vatel alumni make up a dynamic, strong and priceless network, both for students looking for an internship as well as for graduates looking for their first jobs in a specific place in the world, putting them on a fast track to success from the very start of their careers.


Hotel General Management, Marketing, Human Resources, Finance, Events Management, Revenue Management, Rooms Division, Executive Chef, F&B Management, tourism related service jobs with airlines, tour operators and cruises.

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Application Details

Required Documents

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  • The application form can be downloaded at www.suic.su.ac.th (An applicant shall submit a completely filled-in and signed application form along with supporting documents)
  • A copy of High school transcript and diploma: M.6 or equivalent such as: GED, GCE (A level grade A*-E), IB Diploma, NZQA (Level 2 = 60 credits & Level 1 = 20 credits)
  • A copy of Applicant and Parents Identification Card (for Thai) / or Passport (for Foreigner)
  • A copy of Applicant and Parents House’s Registration (for Thai)
  • 2 (1” or 1.5” size) photos of facing-forward and no sunglasses
  • Digital Portfolio of 5-7 pieces of art work on CD or Flash Drive (For B.F.A. in DCD programme only)
  • A copy and original (will be returned after the university record) of an official English language test score not older than two years from the application date is acceptable as follows. The applicant may submit only one of the following test scores:·TOEFL (ITP = 543 / IBT = 72) / CBT = 193 OR IELTS (5.5) OR SAT (Evidence-Based Reading and Writing) 450 For HTM programme·TOEFL (ITP = 543 / IBT = 61) / CBT = 173 OR IELTS (5.5) OR SAT (Evidence-Based Reading and Writing) 450 For LBM & DCD programmes
  • The application fee 400 Baht: The applicant who applies by postal mail shall attach all required documents and a copy of bank deposit slip or a copy of money order mentioning the applicant’s name with the application form
Bank Account Information

Account Name: Silpakorn University International College

Account Number: 012-1-26477-3 (Swift Code: KASITHBK)

Bank Name: Kasikorn Bank

Branch: Bang Khun Non Branch