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Emirates Academy of Hospitality Management hosts Filipino students

The Emirates Academy of Hospitality Management (EAHM), the leading provider of hospitality education in the Middle East, recently hosted several hospitality, culinary, and travel and tourism students of the De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde for their required internship at the United Arab Emirates (UAE) as part of the Dubai Semester Abroad Program.

Fully licensed by the UAE’s Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research, the academy has accreditation from the Institute of Hospitality in the United Kingdom and the International Center of Excellence in Tourism and Hospitality Education in Australia.

Assigned among the properties such as fabled and most desired Burj al-Arab, the epitome of luxury in resorts Jumeirah Beach Hotel, and the recreation of ancient Arabia Madinat Jumeirah Hotel, were Nathan Bautista Teddy Flores, Luis Serrano, Yeji Park, Seunghye Son, Emilio Ylanan, Melka Quiambao, Rachel Clamor, Aaron Go, Rexter Tan, Daniel Bico, Nasra Insani, Timothy Robes, Kim Ongtengco, and Arjay Vinas.

De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde BS-HRIM students (from left) Emilio Ylanan, Luis Serrano, Nasra Insani, Kristina Ongtengco, Arjay Viñas,  and Timothy Robles
At the end of their apprenticeship, the interns received offers of employment from the properties and Emirates Airline.

All School of Hotel, Restaurant and Institution Management (SHRIM) programs oblige the graduating class to undergo hands-on training, both domestic and abroad, to comply with their course requirements. This immersion familiarized and exposed them to the demands of their chosen fields of expertise.

Topics: Emirates Academy of Hospitality Management (EAHM) , De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde , United Arab Emirates , Dubai Semester Abroad Program

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