Facilies

 

Guest House
Guest reception quarters is located on the 10th floor (T2-1014) of the management
building. It is a non-profit quarters used by the school to accommodate foreign
guests under projects of international academic exchanges and cooperation,
exchange scholars, teachers and staff members and their relatives, alumni, and
parents of students. Its facility is comparable to an international tourist hotel.
It also serves as a professional classroom for basic training and operation under
curricula related to hotel management of the department. It aims to train students
aspiring to enter the hotel business and serves as a place of in-school practice.
 

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Olice Tree Art Cafe
The department has set up Olive Tree Art Cafe on the 8th floor (T2-820) of the
management building. It is used as a place where students of the department
can conduct actual practice. Students interested in hotel catering management
are thus able to conduct actual practice in catering and small-sized catering
management.
                 



 

Professional Classroom of Outdoor Adventure Education
In order to consolidate the school's project of "Teaching Excellence" and further
promoting independent learning of students, the department had established an
classroom for outdoor adventure education. Currently the professional classroom
has four facilities, namely whale-watching boat, little island, low single log bridge,
and high wall. In addition to facilitating curricula such as leisure activity design
and evaluation, interpersonal relations and techniques, and leisure sociology, it
is also open to other departments and graduate schools and student groups.

                   

 

Professional Classroom of Bartending
In order to sharpen technical capability of students and help students obtain
professional licenses, the department has initiated courses facilitating students to
obtain bartending license. As of July 31, 2009, a total of 149 had registered for
this course. Of them, 139 man/times had passed, with a passing rate of 93.29%,
which was a great achievement.

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Professional Classroom of Hospitality
In order to cultivate student's technical capability and help them obtain
professional licenses, the department has initiated a course assisting them to
obtain catering service license. As of July 31, 2009, a total of 32 students had
applied for such course. Of them, 25 man/times has obtained Class C technician
certificate and license for catering service personnel issued by the Council of
Labor Affairs under the Executive Yuan, with a passing rate of 78.13%. The
department had successfully resorted to the method of helping students obtain
relevant certificates and licenses in an effort to raise student's capability to
integrate theory with actual practice. This had also upgraded student's
competitiveness on the job market.

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Professional Glass room of Fitness
To cultivate student's technical capability and help students to obtain professional
licenses, the department has initiated a course to assist students to obtain YMCA
Physical Fitness Certificate (License) of the U. S. As of July 31, 2009, a total of 54
students had applied for this course. Of them, 52 man/times had passed the
certificate (license) qualifying exam, with a passing rate of 96.30%. The following
are numbers of students passing various other sport-related certificates (licenses):
wrestling C-class referee certificate: 7; certificate for sports facilities manager at
lower level: 5; C-class swimming coach certificate: 3; certificate for C-class
swimming referee: 1; outdoor Canyoning guide: 1; certificate for diver of lower
level: 1; C-class orienteering coach certificate : 1; C-class bodybuilding coach
certificate: 1; Frisbee coach certificate: 1; C-class table tennis coach: 1; and
Adapted Physical Activity Swimming coach certificate: 1. A total of 23 students
had passed. The department had successfully resorted to the method of helping
students obtain relevant certificates and licenses in an effort to raise student's
capability to integrate theory with actual practice. This had also upgraded
student's competitiveness on the job market.

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Travel Professional Simulation Classroom
Guest reception quarters is located on the 10th floor (T2-1014) of the management
building. It is a non-profit quarters used by the school to accommodate foreign
guests under projects of international academic exchanges and cooperation,
exchange scholars, teachers and staff members and their relatives, alumni, and
parents of students. Its facility is comparable to an international tourist hotel.
It also serves as a professional classroom for basic training and operation under
curricula related to hotel management of the department. It aims to train students
aspiring to enter the hotel business and serves as a place of in-school practice.

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