IVE Diploma of Foundation
Programme code FS113002H
Duration of Study
· 1 Year
Mode of Study
· Full Time
Offering Campus(es) / Venue(s)
· IVE (Chai Wan)
· IVE (Haking Wong)
· Youth College (Tin Shui Wai)
· Youth College (Yeo Chei Man)
· 2957 5714
- This programme is designed with the dual objectives of preparing Secondary 6 graduates (HKDSE curriculum) for employment and further studies by equipping them with soft skills and trade-related knowledge. Its curriculum contains strong generic elements to help students realise their potential in their future careers in a knowledge-based economy, to become responsible members of society, and to build the foundation for further studies.
- The Civil Service Bureau has accepted the academic qualification the diploma of Foundation Studies programme is comparable to level 2 in five subjects including Chinese Language and English Language in the HKDSE Examination. Graduates are eligible to apply for related civil service jobs.
- Graduates of the programme possessed the basic vocational knowledge and skills necessary for work in the hospitality
industry and they can apply for VTC’s Higher Diploma programmes.
Professional Core Modules
- Hotel and Catering in Action
- Tourism in Action
- Recreation and Sports in Action
- Customer Service in the Hospitality Industries
Please refer to Admission Homepage for full programme details, entrance requirement and latest information. (www.vtc.edu.hk/admission)
VTC reserves the right to cancel any programme, revise programme title, content or change the offering institute(s) / class venue(s) before class commencement if circumstances so warrant.
General Entrance RequirementDiploma of Foundation Studies
- Completion of Secondary 6 (HKDSE curriculum); OR
IVE Graduate of Diploma of Foundation Studies (Hospitality)
IVE Higher Diploma in Hotel and Catering Management
- BSc (Hons) Convention and Event Management, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
- Awardee of “Regal Youth Development Programme Scholarship” and “Rudy Choy Educational Fund Scholarship”