Our International Cohort
In 2002, TMIS started receiving international students from Asia-Pacific. This is in line with our corporate mission to provide tourism education and training to students from other countries. Tourism is a lucrative industry which many countries are competing to develop. This has opened up and will continue to breed more career opportunities in the industry in Singapore and around the world.
With 27 years of experience in the travel and tourism industry, TMIS is more than equipped to provide training for these international students and staff of the travel industry.
With our students coming from Malaysia, Indonesia, India, Myanmar, Cambodia, Vietnam, Korea and China, we have been called a 'Mini-United Nations'. To ensure our continuing value and relevance, TMIS will adopt a more regional perspective in our strategic goals and establish ourselves as the leading tourism training institute in the region.
As an International Student Pass Holder, the student
- Is only permitted to attend the course upon approval of the Student Pass by Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA).
- Observes the conditions as stipulated on the Student Pass card and Disembarkation/Embarkation card issued.
- Must not engage in any form of activities that may contravene the conditions (including those stated in the Student Pass application form, In-Principal Approval letter and Student Pass card) in which a Student Pass is issued.
- Are not allowed to work part-time/full-time (with or without salary), in accordance to the law of Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA).
- Attends classes regularly as per course schedule.
- Attends the course at TMIS only, unless written permission is granted by ICA .
Surrenders the Student Pass for cancellation within seven (7) days from the date of cessation or termination of studies. The following documents are to be produced:
- A confirmed Air-ticket
- Disembarkation / Embarkation card
- Student Pass card
TMIS will report to Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA) in the following circumstances:
- The student has failed to attend lessons for a continuous period of seven (7) days or more without any valid reason; or
- The student has not attended lessons regularly - where the percentage of attendance is 90% or lower in any month of the course without any valid reason; or
- The student terminates the study before the completion of the course; or
- The student's studies in TMIS has been terminated.
Free Enrichment Programme for all WSQ Diploma Students*
- Interview Workshop and Mock Interview Session with Peer Evaluation
- How to fill in Job Application Forms and Practical Assessment
- How to Write Resume and Individual Presentation with Peer Evaluation
- Singapore's Working Culture and Focus on Understanding Local Customers
- Telephone Etiquette and Group Role Play with Peer Evaluation
*Terms and Conditions Apply.
Students' Life at TMIS