William Angliss Institute’s specialist programs now enrolling students at BERJAYA UCH
William Angliss Institute, Australia’s largest specialist training provider for foods, tourism and hospitality, is sharing it’s expertise with Malaysia through a new partnership with one of Malaysia’s leading hospitality institutions, BERJAYA University College of Hospitality (BERJAYA UCH).
The new agreement was celebrated with an official signing ceremony this afternoon, Friday 7 September, at the Kuala Lumpur campus. Mr Wayne Crosbie, William Angliss Institute Director – International was proud to represent the Institute in the formalisation of its first collaborative training partnership in Malaysia.
“William Angliss Institute is pleased to partner with the highly regarded BERJAYA University College of Hospitality for the delivery of our highly successful and unique degree programs,” said Crosbie.
“The programs will offer students an opportunity for dual recognised qualifications and deliver graduates with universal skills that set the benchmark for industry standards internationally.”
The William Angliss Institute developed programs to be delivered at BERJAYA UCH include the Bachelor of Culinary Management and Bachelor of Tourism and Hospitality Management. An integral part of the Institute’s specialist offering, enrollment in these programs has grown rapidly since launched in 2007 at the Institute’s primary campus in Melbourne, Australia.
Since it’s establishment in 1940, William Angliss Institute has expanded to offer a breadth of programs in foods, tourism and hospitality, earning itself the title of the Government endorsed Specialist Centre. With a commitment to developing these industries through training, the Institute has a strong history of delivering training and consulting across Asia. In 2012 the Institute enrolled over 750 International students from Asia including 90 students from Malaysia.
BERJAYA UCH is a University College that aims to engage and meet the needs of the community through focussed learning experiences offered in state-of-the-art facilities. It shares William Angliss Institute’s commitment to educational excellence and integrates exciting programs using the BERJAYA Immersion Methodology.
“The unique advantages that come with this partnership include the opportunity for students to complete semester and internship placements abroad, whilst strengthening cultural understanding and links between Melbourne and Kuala Lumpur,” continued Crosbie.
Students enrolling in the programs in Malaysia will have the option to complete part of their program in Australia, and vice versa.
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