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What to look out for in a good college

Moving into college brings forth a myriad of thoughts and emotions. The idea of welcoming a new chapter in your life excites and overwhelms you, all at the same time. As you slowly paint a picture of how your future can look like, the possibilities become bigger, giving way to the inevitability of experiencing uncertainties.

Extra-curricular activities make learning more exciting and provide an engaging way to hone students’ skills.
But before thinking about other things, the foremost concern is finding the right learning institution. Here are three things to consider when choosing a university or a college:

Fully integrated learning experience

It’s important to maximize your time in college. Beyond theoretical classroom lecture set-up, onboard training with industry experts and practical application of concepts are vital to ensure you get a holistic learning experience.

Students usually apply to different companies for their internship programs, even go overseas to experience more diverse approaches to learning and firsthand practice. However, the best opportunities are often with colleges that have integrated venues for an internship with students in mind. 

Key partner institutions

More than its reputation, as one of the best schools in a specific field or course you’ve chosen, a great college always has key partner learning institutions that help strengthen the curriculum, program, and learning experience for its students. 

Whether local partners with expertise in various fields or an international institution backed by years of experience and proficiency in numerous courses. Colleges with partner institutions will gain students access to learning materials that will aid them in their classes. 

Learning beyond education

Extra-curricular activities make learning more exciting and provide an engaging way to learn and hone students’ skills. With a wide array of tailor-made activities, colleges can give students opportunities to learn from industry leaders and interact with key partners in the Philippines.

In the hospitality education, the Dusit Hospitality Management College offers these three things to its students. 

DHMC students study and gain real-life experience in state-of-the-art learning kitchens, high-tech learning environments, restaurants, function rooms, well-appointed guest rooms, and recreational venues including a spa with swimming pool and fitness center.

DHMC likewise has separate partnerships with the oldest and most premier hotel school in the world, Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne and the world-renowned culinary school Institut Paul Bocuse to provide a quality learning experience to its students.

Go to www.dusitcollege.ph or email [email protected] to know more.

Topics: college , internship programs , Dusit Hospitality Management College , Institut Paul Bocuse
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