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Students taking the Fundamentals of Cookery at SEGi College Penang visited Dandy Restaurant in Bayan Lepas, accompanied by their chef lecturer, Mr Muhammad Yazid.  The purpose of the visit was to provide the students with the opportunity to learn about restaurant services.   The students got the opportunity to observe how the server greets guests at...
Muhammad Yazid Ani, a chef lecturer at SEGi, won a silver medal in the WC23 category at the Malaysia Culinary World Cup 2023 (MCWC23) for his dish, Mee Bandung. This is his second gold medal, following his victory in the Battle of the Chef 2022 competition. The largest inaugural cooking competition in the world, MCWC23,...
Students from SEGi recently competed in the ParaThai “Aroi! Raya” Challenge 2023, and eight groups were sent to represent both categories. The beverage category was represented by three groups, while the food category was represented by five groups. All participants were Diploma in Hotel Management and Diploma in Culinary Art students.  The students’ abilities and...
SEGi College Penang’s School of Hospitality and Tourism has provided an opportunity for students to learn in new environments through the Tour for Muda Event 2023. This event is part of the class activity and an effective teaching strategy that facilitates learning outside the classroom. The Tour for Muda is a version of the Heritage...
As part of their Introduction to Tourism and Fundamentals of Food class, a group of hospitality and tourism students from the School of Hospitality and Tourism visited the Wonder Food Museum Penang on 14 March 2023. The purpose of the visit was to give students the opportunity to learn about Malaysia’s distinct food culture and its...
SEGi College Penang BSc International Tourism and Hospitality Management students recently returned from a study visit to Singapore, where they investigated the city-history, state’s economy, and culture as part of their Urban Tourism assessment. On their first day, the students visited iconic landmarks such as Jewel Changi Airport, Merlion Park, and Marina Bay Sands. The...
On 8 and 9 March, SEGi College Penang’s School of Hospitality and Tourism Management hosted its annual two-day open market event, the Grand Entrepreneurship Bazaar Day. The purpose of the event was to give students the opportunity to turn their business ideas into real-world business activities. Students are expected to apply the theories and concepts they...
Educational tours have been incorporated into the curriculum of the SEGi School of Hospitality and Tourism to provide students with the opportunity to learn from industry players and gain first-hand experience. Students from Muhamad Irfan Bustaipo’s Introduction to Hospitality Industry and Event and Convention class recently visited the Ascott Gurney Penang on 7 March 2023.  The educational...
Almost half of Malaysians are employed in the hospitality industry, with many working in hotels. These hardworking individuals are critical to the success of the nearly $2 trillion travel and tourism industry in the United States. Unfortunately, many of these workers feel underappreciated, with 42% citing a lack of recognition as one of the most...
Field trips have long been a popular educational tool for connecting students to concepts and theories taught in the classroom. According to Behrendt and Franklin (2014), fieldwork can lead to better learning outcomes than class-based learning. In accordance with this, students pursuing a BSc (Hons) International Tourism and Hospitality Management degree at a Malaysian college...
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