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Taiwan Hospitality and Tourism College

•The college was founded on June 15th, 1989, previously named “Ging Chung Business College.” In the same year, the five departments of the day school- Finance, International Trade, Tourism, Business Administration, Accounting and Statistics Departments first recruited day-school students.

•In July 1995, Night School Division was established. The enrollment was open to students in Department of Real Estate Management and Department of Information Management. In 1997, the Division of Continuing and Extension Education was established.

•In March 2001, the fifth Board of Trustees was set up, and Professor Song-Lin Chai took over as the Board Chairman. On October 25th of the same year, the name of the college was changed into “Taiwan Hospitality and Tourism College.”

•In the 2003 academic year, new departments were set up, such as Department of Food and Beverage Management, Department of Hotel Management, Department of Travel Management, Department of Leisure Management, Department of Tourism Estate Management, and Department of International Tourism Business. There are totally eight departments including the original Department of Information Management and Department of Applied Foreign Languages.

•In April 2004, we elected our school president in public. Professor Ming-Huei Lee was elected, and he formally took over as the president on August 1st, 2004.

•In the 2004 academic year, supported by the Board of Trustees, we applied to the Ministry of Education for future development of the college with a strong positioning toward professional tourism-training college. Thus, we mainly put our emphasis on the four departments-Department of Food and Beverage Management, Department of Hotel Management, Department of Travel Management, and Department of Leisure Management. Comparing to the student number in the 2003 academic year, the number of the newly recruited students increased as expected.

•After receiving recognition by the Ministry of Education, in the 2005 academic year, three new departments were set up-Department of Chinese Culinary Arts, Department of Western Culinary Arts, and Department of Tourism-Five-Year Division. We make every effort to present the characteristics of professional vocational school of tourism in order to meet the needs of our school and the society, that is, cultivating professionals for tourism profession.

ATF 2010(Asia Tourism Forum)



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