Master of Science Scheme in Hospitality and Tourism Management
酒店及旅遊業管理碩士學位組合課程


Sept 2022 Entry
Programme code: 24045

Duration & Credit Requirement

Duration & Credit Requirement


Stream Code

MSc/PgD in International Hospitality Management

  • MHF for MSc (Full-time)
  • PHF for PgD (Full-time)
  • MHP for MSc (Part-time)
  • PHP for PgD (Part-time)

MSc/PgD in International Tourism and Convention Management

  • MTF for MSc (Full-time)
  • PTF for PgD (Full-time)
  • MTP for MSc (Part-time)
  • PTP for PgD (Part-time)

MSc/PgD in International Wine Management

  • MWF for MSc (Full-time)
  • PWF for PgD (Full-time)
  • MWP for MSc (Part-time)
  • PWP for PgD (Part-time)
Mode of Study
Mixed Mode
Normal Duration

1-1.5 years for MSc (Full-time)
1 year for PgD (Full-time)
3 years for MSc (Part-time)
2 years for PgD (Part-time)

Credits Required for Graduation

31 for MSc,
19 for PgD

Fund Type
Self-Financed
Initial Registration Credits

3

Tuition Fee

HK$238,700 per MSc programme
HK$146,300 per PgD programme

Note: An additional fee of HK$31,800 will be charged to students who opt for HTM557-Residential Study Trip.

Targeted Taught Postgraduate Programmes Fellowships Scheme
A total of 8 fellowships shall be awarded to local students of MSc in International Hospitality Management. Please click here for details.

PolyU reserves the right to change or withdraw the fellowship at any time. In case of any dispute/disagreement, PolyU’s decision is final.

Programme Leader(s)
  • MSc/PgD in International Hospitality Management - Prof. Kam Hung, PhD, CHE
  • MSc/PgD in International Tourism and Convention Management - Prof. Kam Hung, PhD, CHE 
  • MSc/PgD in International Wine Management - Prof. Haiyan Song, PhD, CHE 
Remarks

Under the MSc Scheme in Hospitality and Tourism Management, prospective students should apply for admission to one of the following programmes: 

  • MSc/PgD in International Hospitality Management
  • MSc/PgD in International Tourism and Convention Management
  • MSc/PgD in International Wine Management

 

Scholarships

The School of Hotel and Tourism Management (SHTM) offers multiple scholarships to high-potential applicants/students who pursue a Master of Science (MSc) degree in Hong Kong. For details, please visit shtm.polyu.edu.hk.  

 

Non-means-tested Loan Scheme (NLS)

The NLS offers interest-bearing loans to local full-time and part-time students to cover tuition fees. These loans are not means tested, which means that there is no assessment of family income and assets. Both government-funded and self-financed students can apply before the deadline set by the government. For details, please visit www.wfsfaa.gov.hk.

 

Continuing Education Fund (CEF)

Three subjects (HTM534, HTM535 and HTM539) of MSc/PgD in International Hospitality Management, four subjects (HTM520, HTM534, HTM535 and HTM545) of MSc/PgD in International Tourism and Convention Management and three subjects (HTM534, HTM535 and HTM555) of MSc/PgD in International Wine Management have been included on the Continuing Education Fund (CEF) list of reimbursable courses. Eligible applicants will be reimbursed 80% of their fees, subject to a maximum sum of HK$20,000 (whichever is the less), on successful completion of a reimbursable course. For details, please visit www.wfsfaa.gov.hk.

 

Disclaimer: 

PolyU reserves the right to change or withdraw the amount and/or availability of scholarships at any time. In case of any dispute/disagreement, PolyU’s decision is final. 

The information presented on this page is subject to change and does not form part of any contract between the University and any person.

Aims & Characteristics

Aims & Characteristics

MSc/PgD in International Hospitality Management

Programme Aims

The aim of this programme is to develop students’ knowledge and management skills in the hospitality industry through a blend of strategic perspectives and pragmatic implementation. Industry practice, management skills and research competencies are developed through interdisciplinary subject exposure, problem identification, decision-making theory and management application. Due to the global nature of the hospitality industry, this programme has an international focus while recognising the particular characteristics of the Asian context.

 

Characteristics

Students receive a flexible, global, managerial, and service-oriented education, which enables them to effectively link business theories to the daily management of international hospitality businesses. To best facilitate the learning process, the programme combines practical applications with theoretical learning. Students gain the understanding, skills and latest techniques needed to qualify for middle to senior level positions in the industry.

 

MSc/PgD in International Tourism and Convention Management

Programme Aims

The aim of this programme is to develop students' knowledge and management skills in the tourism and convention industries through a blend of strategic perspectives and pragmatic implementation. Industry practice, management skills and research competencies are developed through interdisciplinary subject exposure, problem identification, decision-making theory and management application. Due to the global nature of the tourism and convention industry, this programme maintains an international focus while recognising the distinctive characteristics of the Asian context.

 

Characteristics

Students receive a flexible, global, managerial, and service-oriented education, which enables them to effectively link business theories to the daily management of international tourism and convention businesses. To best facilitate the learning process, this programme combines practical applications with theoretical learning. Students gain the understanding, skills and latest techniques needed to qualify for middle to senior level positions in the industry.

 

MSc/PgD in International Wine Management

Programme Aims

The aim of this programme is to develop students’ knowledge and management skills in wine businesses/education through a blend of strategic perspectives and pragmatic implementation. Industry practice, management skills and research competencies are developed through interdisciplinary subject exposure, problem identification, decision-making theory and management application. Due to the global nature of the wine industry, an international focus is central to this programme, with due recognition given to the Asian context.

 

Characteristics

  • Offered in Hong Kong, Asia’s world city, by the SHTM, the programme is the first of its kind in the region.
  • The SHTM focuses on international education to meet the specific demands of a truly global industry while being based in the heart of the booming Asia-Pacific region.
  • The residential study trips give students opportunities to visit renowned wine regions overseas, such as Burgundy and Bordeaux, to understand the best practices in wine production, trade and management with a view to increasing their international exposure and developing global networks.
  • Developed in consultation with the noted wine industry figure Professor Jeannie Cho Lee, Master of Wine, and endorsed by key industry leaders.
  • Taught by leading academics and industry experts to ensure its relevance.
  • Highly flexible - the programme can be completed in 1.5 years or spread over 6 years.

Recognition & Prospects

Recognition & Prospects

The School of Hotel and Tourism Management is a pioneer in hotel and tourism education in Asia. Since its establishment in 1979, more than 10,000 students have graduated from the School. Its recent achievements include the following.

  • 2021: For the fifth year in a row, the SHTM was ranked no. 1 in the world in the Hospitality and Tourism Management category in ShanghaiRanking's Global Ranking of Academic Subjects.
  • 2021: For the fifth consecutive year, the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2021 ranked PolyU as no. 1 in Asia in the Hospitality and Leisure Management category.
  • 2020: For three consecutive years (2017/18, 2018/19 and 2019/20), the Field Based Ranking produced by the University Ranking by Academic Performance Laboratory placed PolyU in the top spot in the Commerce, Management, Tourism and Services category.
  • 2017: The School was ranked first for Hospitality, Leisure, Sport and Tourism by the Centre for World University Rankings in 2017.
  • In 2009, the School was ranked as the second best hotel and tourism school in the world based on scholarship, according to a study published in the November issue of the Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Research.

 

Over four decades of impressive development, the School has established itself as a world-class centre of hospitality and tourism education and research. Its global rankings testify to its success in furthering hospitality and tourism knowledge.

 

In 1999, the SHTM was designated a global Education and Training Network Centre by the United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO), of whose Knowledge Network the School is a member. Since then, the SHTM has continued to receive worldwide accolades and recognition. In 2001, it became one of the first educational institutions to receive the UNWTO’s TedQual Certification, quality assurance certification for tourism education, training and research.

 

In 2002, the SHTM became the home of the permanent secretariat of the International Academy for the Study of Tourism (IAST), which works to advance scientific knowledge and understanding of tourism through theoretical and practical research. In 2003, the International Society of Travel and Tourism Educators (ISTTE) honoured the School with the ISTTE Institutional Achievement Award, recognising its significant contributions to tourism education.

 

In 2012, only a year after the official opening of Hotel ICON, the International Council on Hotel, Restaurant, and Institutional Education (I-CHRIE) bestowed on the School the McCool Breakthrough Award. This award honoured the achievements of Hotel ICON, the ground-breaking teaching and research hotel at the heart of the School’s innovative approach to hospitality and tourism education.

 

The School’s distinguished faculty are a cornerstone of its success. In 2011, Professor Kaye Chon, SHTM Dean, Chair Professor and Walter Kwok Foundation Professor in International Hospitality Management, was awarded the prestigious UNWTO Ulysses Prize, which is widely regarded as the “Nobel Prize of tourism”.

 

The School’s staff are not just excellent teachers. They are also very active in the hospitality industry, holding executive or advisory positions in many international, regional, and local tourism organisations, including:

  • Asia Pacific Ecotourism Society
  • Asia Pacific Tourism Association
  • Asia-Pacific CHRIE
  • China Tourism Academy
  • Hong Kong Association of Registered Tour Coordinators
  • Hong Kong Association of Travel Agents
  • Hong Kong Quality Assurance Council
  • Hong Kong Wine Judges Association
  • Hospitality Financial and Technology Professionals
  • Hospitality Sales and Marketing Association International
  • Institute of Hospitality
  • International Academy for the Study of Tourism
  • International Council on Hotel, Restaurant, and Institutional Education
  • International Institute of Forecasters
  • International Recreation and Vacation Society
  • International Society of Travel and Tourism Educators
  • International Sociological Association
  • Meeting Professionals International
  • Pacific Asia Travel Association
  • SKAL International Hong Kong
  • Travel Industry Council of Hong Kong
  • United Nations World Tourism Organisation

 

The MSc/PgD in International Hospitality Management is accredited at the Management Level by the Institute of Hospitality. 

 

The School has passed the United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) TedQual audit of Higher Tourism Educational Programmes and has received accreditation for the MSc/PgD in International Tourism and Convention Management.

Curriculum

Curriculum

Programme Structure

In compliance with immigration policy, overseas students can only apply for the full-time mode of study, whereas students from Hong Kong can opt for either the full-time or part-time mode of study. All subjects are taught in English only. Full-time students are expected to take a minimum of 3 and a maximum of 5 subjects per semester, whereas part-time students need to take 1 or 2 subjects per semester. Regardless of the mode of study, prospective students should note that classes are usually scheduled in the evenings, from 6:30 to 9:30 pm, between Monday and Friday. Additional classes may be offered during the daytime or in block-release mode.

 

All MSc students are required to achieve 31 credits for graduation, as follows: 

A. Programme Structure of MSc/PgD in International Hospitality Management & MSc/PgD in International Tourism and Convention Management

OPTION

WORKSHOP 

(1 CREDIT)

COMPULSORY SUBJECT 

(3 CREDITS EACH)

SPECIALISATION SUBJECT 

(3 CREDITS EACH)

RESEARCH PROJECT

(6 CREDITS)

ELECTIVE SUBJECT 

(3 CREDITS)

CONSULTANCY PROJECT

(3 CREDITS)

TOTAL CREDITS 

FOR GRADUATION

Research Component 1 subject 4 subjects 4 subjects 1 subject ---- ---- 31 credits
Non-Research Component 1 subject 4 subjects 4 subjects ---- 1 subject 1 subject 31 credits
PgD 1 subject 3 subjects* 3 subjects* ---- ---- ---- 19 credits

 

Core Areas of Study

1. Compulsory Workshop (Common to MSc/PgD in International Hospitality Management and MSc/PgD in International Tourism and Convention Management)

  • HTM5002 - Introductory Workshop (1 credit)

2. Compulsory Subjects (Common to MSc/PgD in International Hospitality Management and MSc/PgD in International Tourism and Convention Management)

  • HTM533 - Managing Human Resources in the Hospitality & Tourism Industry (3 credits)
  • HTM534 - Managing Marketing in the Hospitality & Tourism Industry (3 credits)
  • HTM535 - Hospitality & Tourism Financial Management (3 credits)
  • HTM582 - Research Methods (3 credits)

3. Specialisation Subjects for MSc/PgD in International Hospitality Management only

  • HTM536 - Strategic Management for Hospitality Businesses (3 credits)
  • HTM537 - Design for Hospitality (3 credits)
  • HTM538 - Multi-Unit Hospitality Management (3 credits)
  • HTM539 - Hospitality Revenue Management (3 credits)

4. Specialisation Subjects for MSc/PgD in International Tourism and Convention Management only

  • HTM520 - Meetings and Exhibition Management (3 credits)
  • HTM544 - Strategic Management for Travel and Tourism Businesses (3 credits) 
  • HTM545 - Tourism Policy and Development (3 credits)
  • HTM561 - Business Events: Concepts, Issues and Trends (3 credits)

5. Project Options 

  • HTM598 - Consultancy Project (3 credits) or 
  • HTM599 - Research Project (6 credits)

6. Elective Subjects (Note: select one elective only if students opt for Consultancy Project)

  • HTM507 - Cultural Tourism (3 credits)
  • HTM513 - China Hotel and Tourism Business Studies (3 credits)
  • HTM528 - Trends and Issues in Global Tourism (3 credits)
  • HTM540 - Hospitality and Tourism Technology and Innovation (3 credits)
  • HTM541 - Luxury Management (3 credits)
  • HTM568 - Smart Tourism and Big Data Analytics (3 credits)
  • HTM5003 - Management Practice (no credits)

​Note: Management Practice is an optional non-credit-bearing internship subject. 

 

B. Programme Structure of MSc/PgD in International Wine Management 

OPTION

WORKSHOP 

(1 CREDIT)

COMPULSORY SUBJECT 

(3 CREDITS EACH)

SPECIALISATION SUBJECT 

(3 CREDITS EACH)

RESEARCH PROJECT

(6 CREDITS)

ELECTIVE SUBJECT 

(3 CREDITS EACH)

CONSULTANCY PROJECT

(3 CREDITS)

TOTAL CREDITS 

FOR GRADUATION

Research Component 1 subject 3 subjects 3 subjects 1 subject 2 subjects ---- 31 credits
Non-Research Component 1 subject 3 subjects 3 subjects ---- 3 subjects 1 subject 31 credits
PgD 1 subject 2 subjects* 2 subjects* ---- 1 subject ---- 19 credits

 * PgD students can choose any 2 of 3 Specialisation Subjects and any 1 Elective Subject from the pool. 

 

Core Areas of Study

1. Compulsory Workshop  

  • HTM5002 - Introductory Workshop (1 credit)

2. Compulsory Subjects for MSc/PgD in International Wine Management only

  • HTM534 - Managing Marketing in the Hospitality & Tourism Industry (3 credits)
  • HTM535 - Hospitality & Tourism Financial Management (3 credits)
  • HTM582 - Research Methods (3 credits)

3. Specialisation Subjects for MSc/PgD in International Wine Management only

  • HTM554 - Viticulture and Oenology (3 credits)
  • HTM555 - Wine Business Environment (3 credits)
  • HTM556 - Wines of the World (3 credits)

4. Project Options 

  • HTM598 - Consultancy Project (3 credits) or 
  • HTM599 - Research Project (6 credits)

5. Elective Subjects for MSc/PgD in International Wine Management only

  • HTM520 - Meetings and Exhibition Management (3 credits)
  • HTM540 - Hospitality and Tourism Technology and Innovation (3 credits)
  • HTM541 - Luxury Management (3 credits)
  • HTM557 - Residential Study Trip (3 credits)
  • HTM558 - Brand Management and Communication in Wine Business (3 credits)
  • HTM560 - Wine Economics (3 credits)
  • HTM561 - Business Events: Concepts, Issues, and Trends (3 credits)
  • HTM5003 - Management Practice (no credits)

​Note: Management Practice is an optional non-credit-bearing internship subject.

Entrance Requirements

Entrance Requirements

Admission Requirements

  • A Bachelor's degree in the area of hotel and tourism management, recreation and leisure management, business studies, management, accounting and finance, or another business and management related area with industry work experience of not less than 1 year; 
    OR
  • A Bachelor's degree in an area other than those listed above, with current or past employment in the hotel and tourism industry for not less than one year;
    OR
  • Equivalent professional qualifications (may also be considered if applicable).
     

Notes: 

  1. Applicants who possess at least 6 months of work experience will be considered on a case-by-case basis. If accepted, students will be required to make up their shortfall of work experience by successfully completing the subject “Management Practice” prior to graduation.
  2. If you are not a native speaker of English, or your Bachelor's degree or equivalent qualification is awarded by institutions where the medium of instruction is not English, you are expected to fulfil the University's minimum English language requirement for admission purpose. Please refer to the "Admission Requirements" section for details.
  3. Applicants may be required to attend interviews or tests to further demonstrate their language proficiency.
  4. Our School considers applications on a rolling basis until all places are filled. Applicants are highly encouraged to apply for admission as early as possible

 

Documents to prepare

All applicants should also submit the following documents together with a completed online application form: 

  • Personal resume (CV);
  • The graduation certificate of their undergraduate degree (see notes below);
  • Copies of transcripts from all colleges and universities attended (see notes below);
  • Proof of current and past employment record(s);
  • A self-recommendation letter that includes self-introduction, career aspirations and reasons for pursuing study in this programme (not more than 400 words);
  • Proof of TOFEL or IELTS results to demonstrate English proficiency;
  • At least one letter of recommendation from either their employer or university;
  • Other professional records or attainments, if any.
     

Notes

  1. Applicants whose qualifications were attained from the Chinese mainland are required to provide their Academic Credential (学历证书) to prove that they have completed their academic learning in an institution under the Ministry of Education (MoE) system and were admitted to the institution in accordance with the standards stipulated by the MoE.
  2. Further to the above, the applicants concerned are required to provide a Degree Certificate (学位证书) to certify their level of academic attainment (i.e. Bachelor's, Master's or doctoral level) and to confirm that the certificate was issued by a tertiary institution approved by the MoE.
  3. If the applicant's graduation certificate(s)/academic transcript(s) is/are not written in English, s/he should provide an official and translated copy of each graduation certificate or academic transcript in English to serve the admissions purpose. Otherwise, the application may not be considered.  
  4. The School considers applications on a rolling basis until all places are filled. Applicants are highly encouraged to apply for admission as early as possible.

Other Information

Other Information

Prospective students should note that classes are scheduled in the evenings, from 6:30 to 9:30 pm, between Mondays and Thursdays. Additional classes of compulsory subjects are offered in the daytime or in block-release mode from Friday to Sunday back to back. 

Enquiries

Enquiries

MSc/PgD in International Hospitality Management & MSc/PgD in International Tourism and Convention Management

For general information, please contact: 
Ms Eling Yim (tel: (852) 3400 2218; email: eling.yim@polyu.edu.hk);
or Mr Jason Chau (tel: (852) 3400 2198; email: jason.chau@polyu.edu.hk).

 

For further information on academic matters, please contact:
Prof. Kam Hung (tel: (852) 3400 2258; email: kam.hung@polyu.edu.hk).

 

MSc/PgD in International Wine Management

For general information, please contact: 
Miss Julianna Ching (tel: (852) 3400 2220; email: julianna.ching@polyu.edu.hk);
or Mr Jason Chau (tel: (852) 3400 2198; email: jason.chau@polyu.edu.hk).

 

For further information on academic matters, please contact:
Prof. Haiyan Song (tel: (852) 3400 2286; email: haiyan.song@polyu.edu.hk);
or Dr Crystal Shi (tel: (852) 3400 2186; email: crystal.shi@polyu.edu.hk). 

Student Message

Student Message


The luxury hotel industry in Hong Kong is mature and well known for its high quality service. #PolyUSHTM not only has a good academic reputation but also understands the industry very well in practice. It even has its own teaching and research hotel, Hotel ICON.

 

I majored in business and finance as an undergraduate. I swapped to this programme because I believe that the tourism industry will continue to evolve as people become ever more eager to travel.  

 

I have benefited a lot from the programme. First, I have gained logical thinking skills and rich, up-to-date insights. Second, I have learned a lot from my classmates, who are from very diverse backgrounds. Building relationships with them has been enjoyable and inspiring. Last but not least, I have received support and guidance from my lecturers. All of our professors are enthusiastic and knowledgeable; they encourage us to participate and interact in class and they generously guide our learning journey.


Yu Hsuan CHIANG (MSc in International Hospitality Management)



I graduated from the BSc in Hotel Management programme at #PolyUSHTM. This well-designed programme gave me a solid foundation of knowledge of hospitality and tourism. My wonderful study experience inspired me to pursue a Master’s degree at my alma mater, #SHTM. The greatest strength of this programme is its international focus. In an age of globalisation, experts with an international vision are a scarce but valuable resource. The School also has an impressively strong network and great reputation globally.

 

By joining this programme, I also had the opportunity to meet students from all over the world, listen to their stories, and learn about the industry in other countries. In addition, the #SHTM teaching staff impressed me with their outstanding academic accomplishments and teaching enthusiasm.


Ziwei ZHU (MSc in International Hospitality Management)



For a tourism professional, it is very important to have a broad perspective on the industry. That was the main reason why I chose to continue my studies in Hong Kong, which is a multicultural city receiving visitors from all around the world. Besides, Hong Kong is at the cutting edge of the tourism industry, and I wanted to be where innovation is happening. This programme offers the perfect balance of tourism policy, events and hospitality, giving me the holistic perspective I need as a tourism professional. Best of all, I have gained a huge amount of knowledge from my professors. My understanding of the industry has really been deepened.

 

I have also had the chance to meet new people and study in a multicultural environment, sharing with and learning from my classmates. In addition, our professors have industry management experience as well as academic expertise. All of this is valuable to students.

 

My advice to you is to step out of your comfort zone and come to Asia to study. It is amazing how much a student can learn from and about the culture and the industry here!


David Alejandro ALVAREZ (MSc in International Tourism and Convention Management)



Before joining #PolyUSHTM, I lacked in-depth knowledge of management and hands-on experience in the convention and tourism industry. This led me to apply to the SHTM, which leads the world in educational excellence and offers a robust learning environment. This high-calibre MSc programme has helped me gain specialised knowledge in my field of interest.

 

In particular, the consultancy project has helped me gain real-life experience of communicating and deliberating with business partners. I have also built a strong social network with members of the highly diverse student body through various activities at the School.

 

My main goal is to start a career in tourism and convention management after graduating.

 

Investing in knowledge always yields the greatest interest. You must act decisively to get what you want!


Doris, Ming Yan LEE (MSc in International Tourism and Convention Management)



I am a professional in the hospitality, wine and casino sectors in Asia, with a broad spectrum of experience. I have excellent interpersonal, communication and leadership skills and I have lived in three continents, making me extremely comfortable in managing, motivating, and developing a successful and productive team in a cross-cultural environment. With this background, I decided to join #PolyUSHTM because I wanted to progress further in my career and develop my professional skills by studying for the MSc in International Wine Management.


Jose Luis LUCAS BAPTISTA DINIZ (MSc in International Wine Management)



Hong Kong is my home and so is #PolyUSHTM. It is an honour to have been accepted to such a fascinating and internationally oriented programme as the MSc in International Wine Management.

 

2020 was a difficult year. Although everything else seemed to stop, we had to continue studying. I am grateful to my professors for doing their very best to deliver high-quality lectures online, even in such uncertain circumstances. My classmates come from all over the world and have diverse backgrounds, which makes it stimulating to exchange views and discuss new ideas with them. This is the best way for us to learn more about wine and wine culture.

 

Whenever new ideas are raised in class, the first thing our professors do is listen. They then ask questions and encourage further discussion of our ideas. This has impressed me the most.

 

This MSc programme also offers many opportunities for students to experience other cultures and settings, such as an exchange programme in Bordeaux and field trips to wineries and vineyards in other countries. Although I have missed these due to COVID-19, you will have the chance to enjoy them! Join our programme to truly learn about and experience wine!


Sandy, Tsz Ting SO (MSc in International Wine Management)



Additional Documents Required

Additional Documents Required


Curriculum Vitae

A personal resume (CV) is required.

Personal Statement

A self-recommendation letter (or personal statement) that includes self-introduction, career aspirations and reasons for pursuing study in this programme (not more than 400 words) is required.

 

Transcript / Certificate

Graduation certificate(s) and academic transcript(s) are required. 

Notes

  1. Applicants whose qualifications were attained from the Chinese mainland are required to provide their academic qualifications (学历证书) to prove that they have completed their academic learning in an institution under the Ministry of Education (MoE) system, and were admitted to the institution in accordance with the standards stipulated by the MoE.
  2. Further to the above, the applicants concerned are also required to provide a degree certificate (学位证书) to certify their level of academic attainment (i.e. Bachelor's, Master's or doctoral level) and to confirm that the certificate was issued by a tertiary institution approved by the MoE.
  3. If the applicant's graduation certificate(s)/academic transcript(s) is/are not written in English, s/he should provide an official and translated copy of each graduation certificate or academic transcript in English to meet the admissions requirements. Otherwise, the application may not be considered.  

Others

  1. Proof of past and current employment record(s) is/are required to demonstrate that you have obtained 1 year of work experience. 
  2. At least one letter of recommendation from either your employer or university is required.
  3. Proof of TOFEL or IELTS results to demonstrate English proficiency if you are not a native English speaker, or your bachelor's or Master's degree is awarded by institutions where the medium of instruction is not English.
    Else if you are a native English speaker or your Bachelor's or Master's degree is taught in English, you can submit a proof (e.g. a certifying letter provided by your institution) to pass through the required field.  

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