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NMIT extends MOU agreement with Pakistan for Bachelor Hospitality Management

20 Feb 2014

NMIT (Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE) has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Tourism Development Corporation of Punjab’s (TDCP) Institute of Tourism and Hotel Management (ITHM).

The MOU means that students graduating from ITHM hospitality programs can apply for credits in the NMIT Bachelor of Hospitality Management should they choose to study the program in Australia.

The signing now means that NMIT has an MOU in place with five institutes under the management of the Tourism Development Corporation of Punjab.

The MOU signing ceremony was held in Punjab on Thursday 13 February and attended by Habib ur Rehman Gillani (PTDC MD), Patrick Kearins (Sr Trade Commissioner, Australian High Commission) and Afshan Imtiaz Kiran.

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