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CORNELL-NANYANG
ADVANCED MANAGEMENT
PROGRAMME

HOSPITALITY
MANAGEMENT


DON’T JUST MEET STANDARDS.
LEAD GENERATIONS TO SET A NEW BAR.

The Cornell-Nanyang Advanced Management Programme (CNAMP) is a 4-week programme, consisting of a pair of 2-week segments, designed to enhance the leadership potential of senior managers in the hospitality and tourism industry. By honing your managerial and strategic-thinking skills, you will be well-positioned to seize new market opportunities and stay ahead in the burgeoning international tourism industry.

The programme will equip you with business leadership and specialised industry skills respectively, allowing you to take the lead in the ever-evolving hospitality landscape.

HOW CORNELL-NANYANG
AMP TAKES YOU BEYOND

PARTNER
INSTITUTION

Cornell University's School of Hotel Administration (SHA) is the pioneer collegiate programme for hospitality management in the U.S. Starting out as a programme centred around hotel operations till today, SHA has cleared the way for the future of hospitality in areas of F&B, real estate and finance, entrepreneurship, and labour and employment relations.



Nanyang Business School partners SHA and invites participants to start paving the way for future growth in the industry.



PROGRAMME
STRUCTURE

The programme will equip you with business leadership and specialised industry skills respectively, allowing you to take the lead in the ever-evolving hospitality landscape.

Modules For Academic Year 2017-18

12 to 26 Mar 2018

NTU, Singapore




Hospitality Accounting & Financial Management

Participants equip themselves with the ability to analyse financial statements and learn about the role accounting plays in business transactions and decision-making processes.





Inspiring Motivation, Commitment & Performance

The broad agenda of the course is to cover issues related to inspiring motivation, commitment and performance of employees.
 




Asian Hotel Customers:
Changing Faces, Personas & Customer Experiences

With an emphasis on customer-centricity, participants will glean customer insight and capitalise on changing faces, personas and experiences of hotel guests to stay ahead in the industry.




Strategic Hospitality Management

Participants will be challenged to analyse and develop strategic capabilities for their organisations in order to achieve strategic outcomes for the business.

26 Jun to 8 Jul 2017

Cornell, New York, USA




Hospitality Financial Management:
Operations Decision Making

The course focuses on applying financial-management concepts used in analysing hospitality operations, with emphasis on communicating and interpreting financial data from a General Manager perspective.




Hotel Revenue Management

With a primary focus on yieldable and transient room revenue techniques, the course delves into revenue-management theory and methods to achieve maximum profits in hotels.




Demand Management:
Maximizing Hotel Revenue Through Distribution Channels

The course explores the current trends in hospitality service demand from the leisure, business and group segments, with a focus on managing and balancing demand.




Strategic Financial Management for Hotels

Adopting the perspective of the hotel operator, the course focuses on value creation and achieving company goals of maximising value.

Credits may be brought over from the CNAMP to Nanyang EMBA programme.

MEET
THE
FACULTY

The quality of education is upheld by the best people in their fields from both Nanyang Business School and overseas partner institutions. They consist of seasoned consultants, high-ranking professionals and top-tier academics.

  • Associate Professor

    Tan Joo Seng

    Deputy Director, Renaissance Engineering Programme
    Fellow, Renaissance Engineering Programme
    Division of Strategy, Management and Organisation


    Dr Tan joined the school in 1994. He is one of the world’s leading practitioners in cultural intelligence , being among the first to develop and conduct corporate training programmes based on cultural intelligence. His expertise in cultural intelligence, and cross-cultural leadership, communication and negotiation is sought after by leading global companies. He is also regularly invited to be a guest speaker by different organisations in North America and Asia.

  • Associate Professor

    Nilanjen Sen

    Associate Dean (Graduate Studies)
    Division of Banking & Finance


    In addition to his title at Nanyang Business School, Dr Sen holds an adjunct Associate Professor position at Lorange Institute, Zurich. Dr Sen has published extensively in academic as well as practitioner journals and currently teaches corporate and international finance. He has presented in several international conferences and presently works in the area of corporate governance and international dividend policy.

  • Dr Jeffrey Kennedy

    School of Management
    Massey University


    Currently a senior lecturer at Massey University’s Auckland campus, Dr Kennedy was a faculty member at the Nanyang Business School between 2003 to 2014. He also held the position of Director of Open and Custom Programmes for Nanyang Executive Education in 2009. Dr Kennedy has contributed to several large-scale international research projects addressing questions of leadership across cultures. His research on cross-cultural leadership and management has also been published in a variety of journals, including the Journal of Applied Psychology, Journal of International Business Studies, Academy of Management Executive, Asia Pacific Journal of Management and Organisational Dynamics.

CLASS
PROFILE

Tight-knit and compact, each class consists of highly-accomplished, ambitious, senior managers and executives from both the CNAMP and the Nanyang Executive MBA programme.

20

CLASS SIZE


40

AVERAGE
AGE


16

YEARS OF WORK
EXPERIENCE



ALUMNI

We have a line-up of the most esteemed educators - PhD holders from prestigious universities, board of directors in top MNCs and many highly experienced in consulting and research. Our professors include the Economic Intelligence Unit's 2013 Best Professor in the World.

  • The segment in Cornell University provides a combination of inspirational classroom-teaching and intellectually-rich practical experiences that motivates me to take my hospitality business to new heights.

    RYAN SUN LI JING
    EMBA Class of 2016 (Hospitality Track)
    Group General Manager
    Park Avenue Hospitality Group

  • The Cornell-Nanyang Advanced Management Programme has spurred me to get back into the spirit of lifelong learning, building upon my operational experience in the industry with theories delivered through the lessons.

    JENNIFER CHIN
    Cornell-Nanyang AMP
    Senior Director of Business Director
    Mandarin Orchard Singapore, Meritus Hotels & Resorts

ADMISSION
INFO

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

  • Minimum work experience of 8 years, including 5 years in a managerial role
  • Strong career progression and proven ambition to succeed
  • Fluency in English

APPLICATIONS

NOW OPEN

2018/2019

INTAKE

THE PROCESS

1

Apply online

Submit online application with attachments: CV/resume, educational documents, passport photo, referee reports, documentary proof of nationality, professional membership certificates (if any).

2

Send resume and photo

Email a copy of your resume and your passport photo to NanyangAMP@ntu.edu.sg.

3

Make payment

Total course fees, which covers tuition, most teaching materials, meals and classes, amount up to $31,050.

CONTACT US

Jocelyn Neo
Marketing & Admissions
EMBA & Advanced Management Programmes
Email: nanyangamp@ntu.edu.sg
Tel: +65 6790 6413
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