Use common sense, graduates told

KOLEJ Antarabangsa Genting (KAG) notched another milestone when it held its inaugural convocation ceremony recently. 

Among those who received their scrolls were 11 students from the first and second batches, a sponsored employee of Resorts World, and Sijil Kemahiran Malaysia students. 

Although it is new, KAG is supported by the world’s oldest hospitality institute, Ecole Hoteliere de Lausanne of Switzerland. 

In his speech, Lausanne hospitality consulting director Yateendra Sinh advised the graduates to be guided by their education, common sense and joie de vivre in their careers. When in doubt on their first job, he said, use common sense. 

“Simple solutions are often the most feasible ones,” he added. 

KAG director Datuk Alwi Jantan is confident the college will grow rapidly with its good mixture of local and foreign students. Currently, KAG has international students from China, Hong Kong, Indonesia and India. 

KAG graduates can transfer their credits to Griffith University in Australia for the bachelor's degree in hotel management, and Oxford Brookes University in the UK for the bachelor's degree in international hospitality management.  

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