The University Foundation is an intensive preparatory programme that develops the knowledge, skills and competence required to succeed in your university studies. The modules make up the building blocks that focus on hospitality, tourism and services industy. You will be mentored on the skills essential to your learning and growth as an individual. This is done to prepare you for your new and challenging life ahead as a Bachelor’s Degree student at BERJAYA UCH.
Why Choose This Programme?
Making the move from high school to college can be a difficult transition. To help you thrive in this new environment, the University Foundation programme is designed to develop your knowledge, skills and competence required to succeed in this next phase of your university education.
What To Expect From This Programme?
The Foundation in Hospitality subjects encompass all the necessary knowledge that a new tertiary student needs to know, understand and adapt to their new learning environment.
With these acquired tools, you will be on the fast track to pursuing a degree in the hospitality, tourism, and services industry.
|• Developing Critical Thinkers||
• Fundamentals of Hospitality, Tourism, and Services
|• University Life and Study Skills||• Learning Computer Application for the
|• Essentials of Service Operations||• English for Foundation Studies|
|• Discovering Malaysian Arts and Culture||• English for Foundation Studies 2|
|• Insight to Hotel and Restaurant Operations||• English for Foundation Studies 3|
|• Introduction to Travel and Tourism Operations||• Bahasa Kebangsaan A/B|
|• Understanding Business in the Service Industry||• Pengajian Malaysia|
|• Mathematics and Statistics for the Service Industry||• Pendidikan Moral / Pengajian Islam|
• SPM / O-Levels / UEC or equivalent with a minimum of three (3) credits.
• UEC with a minimum of four (4) credits.
• Applicants who possess other qualifications will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
January, April and August.
1 year (3 semesters).
“You will be mentored on the skills essential to your learning and growth as an individual. This is done to prepare you for your new and challenging life ahead as a University College student.”