bachelor of science in hotel, restaurant and institution management–hospitality management track

Program Length: 10 Trimesters

Careers: Manager, Banquet Sales, Events Manager, Executive Housekeeper, Front Desk Agent, Front Desk Manager, Concierge, Food & Beverage Manager, Hotel General Manager, Hotelier, Reservation Agent, Resident Manager, Room Sales

The HRIM-Hospitality Management Track teaches you the essential principles of managing hotels, restaurants, and catering companies. In the process, you oversee diverse functions of the business, from accounting and finance to marketing and human resources.

Program Length: 10 Trimesters

Careers: Manager, Banquet Sales, Events Manager, Executive Housekeeper, Front Desk Agent, Front Desk Manager, Concierge, Food & Beverage Manager, Hotel General Manager, Hotelier, Reservation Agent, Resident Manager, Room Sales

The HRIM-Hospitality Management Track teaches you the essential principles of managing hotels, restaurants, and catering companies. In the process, you oversee diverse functions of the business, from accounting and finance to marketing and human resources.

how do you make your guests feel at home?

This course is for you if you want to help others experience something special to uplift their spirits. You will learn to:

  • manage effectively and efficiently hotels, restaurants, and institutional foodservice units to address organizational challenges and issues, propose strategies, find opportunities, and make rational decisions through applicable management principles;
  • conceptualize creative ideas to innovate for product and process improvement using evidence-based practices and the latest technological advancement in response to industry related concerns;
  • assess the needs of internal & external customers in order to exceed service expectations by applying established customer service principles;
  • demonstrate teamwork and collaboration in providing solutions to issues and challenges in the tourism industry that constructively and proactively build on strengths and overcome weaknesses;
  • articulate ideas and opinions to attain proficiency in more than two languages to address industry needs through effective verbal and non-verbal communication;
  • create new business ventures based on data, current events and industry trends to develop entrepreneurial skills through the application of management principles in activities that support nation building;
  • exhibit interpersonal and communication skills necessary in dealing with a culturally diverse environment through exposure to different languages, cultural protocols, and traditions experienced inside and outside the classroom;
  • demonstrate the Lasallian and Benildean Core Values to exemplify high level of self-worth and actualization by participating in nation-building and value forming advocacies;
  • demonstrate professional stance, bearing and decorum to exude professionalism according to hospitality industry dress code and grooming standards;
  • exhibit flexibility and high level of performance to respond appropriately to critical service scenarios by adjusting to the needs of the situation; and
  • apply specialized / technical knowledge, skills, and abilities in front office operations, professional housekeeping, and food & beverage service to conform to internationally acceptable service standards by employing current industry methods, technology, practices, and trends.

industry practice is our bread and butter

The School of Hotel, Restaurant and Institution Management (SHRIM) primes future hoteliers, restaurateurs, and hospitality managers for the rigors and precision of the hospitality industry.

SHRIM is the first and only hotel school in the Philippines to be awarded a Level IV accreditation by the Philippine Accrediting Association of Schools, Colleges and Universities (PAASCU), and also one of the few schools that have been conferred as a Center for Excellence in Hotel and Restaurant Management by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED). Furthermore, the School is a Certified Guest Service Property granted by the American Hotel & Lodging Educational Institute or AHLEI.

CULINARY ARTS MANAGEMENT

HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT

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INTERNATIONAL HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT (VATEL PROGRAMME)

TOURISM MANAGEMENT

GLAZED WITH EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING

SHRIM students can appreciate their program better through experiential learning that’s why SHRIM encourages participation in many co-curricular activities. They are immersed through industry events that expose them to current and upcoming trends and let them meet professionals who can share trade secrets.

co-curricular and extra-curricular activities

International Exchange and Internship

All students may spend 6-12 months in a luxury hotel or resort in the US through our partner, the International Trainee Network (ITN). They may also spend 4-5 months in Jumeirah owned hotels/resorts in Dubai in collaboration with the Emirates Academy of Hospitality Management (EAHM).

Culinary students may participate in 5-month program in Italy either through the Italian Culinary Institute for Foreigners (ICIF) or the Italian Food Style Education (IFSE).

IHM students may spend a term or two in a partner Vatel Campus through the Marco Polo Program. They can also take their first practicum in Nimes, Frances through Vatel Nimes.

Local and International Educational Tours

SHRIM encourages participation in local and/or international educational tours as part of experiential learning.

Some classes that have tours are the following:

  • PTOUR-1 Bohol
  • PTOUR-2 Korea
  • ASIANCU Thailand
  • FILCUI2 Quezon
  • WINEAPP Paris-Bordeaux
  • BARMGM2 Paris-Bordeaux
  • ECOTOUR Palawan
  • LEISMGT Sorsogon
  • WORLD02 Paris

 

These are all OPTIONAL since related expenses (i.e. program fees, airfare, accommodation, living expenses, etc.) are not part of the regular tuition and fees.

Educational Tours and Internship subject to CHED regulations. Tour destinations are also subject to change.

A MESSAGE FROM OUR DEAN

A warm welcome to all Benildeans as we usher in the 35th year of De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde!

To both our returning students and Frosh, we are thrilled to have you join us on this historic milestone, and together we begin this new academic year with fervent energy and optimism. AY 2023-2024 promises to be one of significant growth and innovation. We are excited to roll out our recalibrated curriculum, designed to equip you with the extensive skills and knowledge demanded by the ever-evolving industries you will soon shape. We have also forged new partnerships and linkages that will open doors to exciting opportunities.

I am delighted to share that more educational tours and immersions abroad will resume this year, giving way to transformative global experiences that will be as real-world-ready as ever. And on the horizon, we hope to see you as part of the high-profile industry-academia conference we are hosting in February 2024. want to express my sincere thanks and congratulations to everyone who has contributed and will continue to augment this path we are on together. As we start this academic year, let us always remember to seize every moment to learn, explore, and collaborate.

Maria Paz A. Castro, MBA, CHE, CGSP
Dean, School of Hotel, Restaurant and Institution Management (SHRIM)
President, Lasallian Association of Tourism and Hospitality Education (LATHE)

c'est la "V"!

Benilde offers the first international double-degree program in the Philippines under the new transnational guidelines of the Commission on Higher Education (CHED).

This is made possible through the partnership with Vatel Hotel & Tourism Business School, a recognized and highly reputable hotel-school in France.

Furthermore, Vatel Restaurant Manila, the premier restaurant of Hotel Benilde, serves French cuisine for dining and caters to special banquets and events.

4-star hotel with 5-star experience

Inside the AKIC Campus is a 4-star hotel with restaurants and banquet halls where students, mentored by hotel staff, render duty to practice hotel and hospitality service on real hotel guests.

EVERY NOOK AND CORNER TELLS A STORY

SHRIM adheres to the philosophy that superior education culminates in practice. Our campus, the Angelo King International Center (AKIC), houses industry-standard kitchen laboratories where students apply what they learned through hands-on experience.

SHRIM invests heavily in industry-standard laboratory facilities and training facilities internally called Hatcheries. These include a 50-room 4-star hotel, a travel & tours office, a fine dining French restaurant, a gourmet cafe, an off-premise catering unit, and a cafeteria and quick service food facility. These hatcheries do not only teach the necessary skills but also the important components of operations, marketing and entrepreneurship.