• To equip students with sufficient basic knowledge in the subjects necessary for entry to various degree courses including:

    University of Chester

    Second year of:

    • BA (Hons) Business Management

    • BA (Hons) Marketing

    Coventry University

    Final year of:

    • BA (Hons) International Hospitality, Tourism and Wellness Management

    University of Essex

    First year of:

    • BA Hospitality Management

    • BA Events Management

    in Edge Hotel School BA (Hons) International Hospitality, Tourism and Wellness Management

    Swiss Hotel Management School

    Final year of:

    • BA (Hons) International Hospitality Management

    • BA (Hons) International Hospitality and Events Management

    awarded by Swiss Hotel Management School and The University of Derby, UK

    University College Birmingham accredited by The University of Warwick

    Second year of:

    • BA (Hons) Aviation and Airport Management

    • To give students practice in the technical and management skills associated with the subjects that comprise their curriculum.

    The curriculum is balanced and broadly based and promotes the spiritual, moral, cultural, mental and physical development of students at the college and prepares them for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of later life.

    • To prepare and develop the students’ ability to study, communicate and present in the English language throughout their degree programme.

    English language plays an essential role in our lives as it helps in communication. It is the main language for studying any subject all over the world. English is important for students as it broadens their minds, develops emotional skills, improve the quality of life by providing job opportunities

    • To give students experience of study in higher education and equip them with the range of study and personal skills necessary to succeed.

    Good study skills can increase confidence, competence, and self-esteem. They can also reduce anxiety about exams and deadlines. By developing effective study skills, students may be able to cut down on the numbers of hours spend studying, leaving more time for other things in their life.

    • To generate the level of academic and personal self-confidence necessary to sustain the student throughout a degree course.

    Self-esteem and perceived competence are necessary for students to take risks in their learning and to bounce back after failure or adversity. Low self-esteem or lack of confidence leaves students doubting their ability to succeed, making them hesitant to engage in learning or take appropriate academic growth risks.