Dusit Hospitality Management College is welcoming, engaged and committed to excellence in hospitality and culinary education for the benefit of our students and the hospitality industry. Located in the Philippines, we equip our future professionals with technical, interpersonal and managerial competencies to prepare them for management and leadership roles in hospitality and culinary organizations.


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Dusit opens integrated college and hotel

THAILAND-based Dusit International scored a first in the country’s hospitality industry with the recent opening of the Dusit Hospitality Management College (DHMC) and dusitD2 The Fort, Manila, an integrated school and hotel at the Bonifacio Global City in Taguig City.

Meeting of board members and executives on Dusit Hospitality Management CollegeHospitality is hot

Evelyn Singson is cooking up a storm, and high school graduates with an eye on the global tourism/hospitality industry should turn their umbrellas upside-down to catch the big splash.

Hotel reception displaying quality hospitality managementWorld-class but intrinsically Pinoy

An innovative hotel school that blends learning and on-the-job training, DHMC has partnered with two other respected names in hospitality to ensure its graduates are armed with the best possible training available.

Hotel bar and lobby for serving guestsGoing beyond education: Dusit Hospitality Management College opens in August

MANILA, Philippines — Apart from deciding what profession to pursue, choosing the right college is an equally important step in charting a path towards a successful future.

Lars Eltvik interviewed by ANC for Dusit Hospitality Management CollegeLars Eltvik: On managing the hospitality industry workforce

Let's learn more about hospitality and hotel & resort management the Thai way in this interview with Dusit Hospitality Management College's managing director Lars Eltvik.

Chef Cyrille Soenen, Director of Culinary Arts at Dusit Hospitality Management CollegeWhat Does It Really Take to Be a Master Chef

Cyrille Soenen is one of the master chefs who belong in this roster. He started as an apprentice at the Hotel Ritz in Paris and eventually landed in several Michelin-starred restaurants

Fully stocked bar for hotel guestsDusit Hospitality Management College elevates learning through world class technology

Students and young professionals looking to pursue a career in hospitality management and the culinary arts can begin their journey this year at what promises to be the most advanced and internationally-integrated hospitality management school in Southeast Asia.