The Tourism and Hospitality Management Division will continue to deliver lectures and tutorial activities on the remaining topics, as stipulated in the course outline. Considering the physical, social, technological, and other limitations faced by staff and students, as well as the uncertainties of the current situation, the Division has embraced the blended learning approach and devised suitable teaching and learning strategies. Under the “new normal”, the staff will conduct a one-hour, face-to-face lecture for each course to limit the personal interaction between staff and students. All lectures will be conducted at the Division's Laboratory, while strictly adhering to social distancing, the wearing of masks, and proper hygiene practices. Students will only be allowed into the Laboratory when lectures are scheduled. Online tutorials will be conducted and facilitated through self-directed activities, which will be given to students. Lecture notes, handouts, and other supplementary reading materials have been prepared for distribution to students, as either hard or soft copy. Your Course Coordinators will advise you of the amendments to the assessment criteria/components. Google Classroom, Gmail group emails, and social media platforms, such as Facebook and WhatsApp will be utilized to communicate with you.
I cordially welcome you all back to continue Semester 1, following the interruption of classes because of the COVID-19 pandemic. I hope that you have maintained your high level of enthusiasm and diligence, ready to face the academic challenges for the resumption of Semester 1.
The details of the various courses and contact details of your course coordinators are:
For your lecture timetables, please check with your Course Coordinators.
Dr. Joyce Rayel
Head, Tourism and Hospitality Management Division