|Department of Hotel Management in Jeonju University, Receiving a Love Call from Foreign Countries|
|작성일: 2018-07-03 조회수: 5 작성자: International Center|
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Department of Hotel Management in Jeonju University, Receiving a Love Call from Foreign Countries
Last 30th, Duhyeon Sim, the general manager of Court Yard Marriot Hotel in Tianjin, China, visited Jeonju university for hotelier recruitment. It was for discovering Korean hotelier who can take an active part in the international stage with the general manager, Sim.
The general manager Sim is a veteran hotelier who received a bachelor’s degree in Korea and also recognized at the foreign hotel. He was a general director at the Grand Mercure Xidan Beijing, a five-star hotel. Then, in recognition of his ability, he became the general manager of Marriot hotel which is the world largest hotel chain.
The general manager sim got to Jeonju university by spending 17 hours on plane, train, and bus. Our university was the only university he visited in Korea. The general manager, Duhyeon Sim said that “I visited Jeonju university after I heard of it from my Vietnamese acquaintance. The students in the department of hotel management in Jeonju university are already internationally recognized.”
The hotel management department in Jeonju university received a love call from foreign hotels. In 2016~2017, the personnel manager in Singapore Hyatt and the board member of the personnel department in Grand Park hotel directly visited the university and recruit students. JW Marriot hotel in Vietnam held a video interview to select five F/O and F&B on May 17th in this year.
The Amira Hotel in Singapore and Park Hotel group also hired 2 and 10 students, respectively.
The reason why Jeonju university’s department of hotel management is receiving global attention is due to customized education centered on the field experience. It is popular among foreign hotels, since professors with extensive experience at hotels focus on practical training and 80 percent of the classes are taught in English. The students also develop practical skills through field experience at hotels from May to June every year.