INTI International College Subang’s School of Hospitality (SOHOS) signed a Memorandum of Agreement with Study Germany Sdn. Bhd. (SGSB), an education consultancy that provides advice, guidance and assistance for potential and current students who seek to further their studies in Germany.
Under the collaboration, INTI will become an apprentice training provider for SGSB’s Hotel and Restaurant Management students before they fly off to Germany for the Dual Vocational Training in Germany (DVTG) programme. The one-month training will cover introductory topics on hotel and restaurant management such as food and beverage, kitchen, and housekeeping.
The signing ceremony held on 8th May at INTI International College Subang was attended by Dr. Jane Lim, Chief Executive of INTI International College Subang, and SGSB representatives namely its director and founder Dr. Azlan Azmi, general manager Dr. Hurairah Muhamad, as well as INTI representatives, Azroul Liza Khalid, Director of Partnership and University Placement and Aliya Marnina Amirudin, Dean of the School of Hospitality at INTI International College Subang.
According to Dr. Jane, the partnership will allow INTI’s SOHOS lecturers impart knowledge and skills to build the confidence of students who will be pursuing their vocational training abroad.
(Fourth from left to right, front row) Aliya Marnina Amirudin, Dean of the School of Hospitality at INTI International College Subang, Dr. Jane Lim, Chief Executive of INTI International College Subang, Study Germany Sdn. Bhd representatives, director and founder Dr. Azlan Azmi and general manager Dr. Hurairah Muhamad, pose for a group photo at the end of ceremony.
“INTI is proud to provide students with an introduction to Hotel and Restaurant Management through our lecturers who boast a wealth of industry knowledge and experience.
“This will be another great avenue for INTI’s SOHOS to help maximize the potential of SGSB students in hospitality management and culinary arts so that they are comfortable and confident when they pursue their apprenticeship in Germany,” she said.
With over 30 years of expertise in developing tomorrow’s leaders and creating highly employable graduates, INTI strives to collaborate with industry and academic partners to give students more than just knowledge in the classroom to prepare them for the workplace of today.
“This relationship between INTI and SGSB will benefit many aspiring hospitality professionals who dream of a career in hospitality and want to make a mark in the industry.
“On that note, I am excited to see how our joint efforts will contribute to improving the quality of professionals in hospitality management, not only in Malaysia but also Germany,” concluded Dr. Jane.