Mumbai College of Hotel Management and Catering Technology

Mumbai College of Hotel Management and Catering Technology is a degree-granting higher educational institution in Mumbai, India.

It offers the following courses:

  • MSVEEB certificate course in HMCT (after HSC), culinary art and bakery & confectionary (after SSC), duration one year, June through April, generally exam is held last week of April
  • Diploma in HMCT, duration: two years, eligibility: SSC
  • B.Sc. Degree in Hotel Management and Tourism, duration: three years, eligibility: HSC or SSC plus University preparatory exam.
    • Post Graduate Diploma, M.Sc.
    • MBA
    • BCA
    • Certificate course in Indian culinary art

Courses are available via full-time or part-time study, or by distance education.

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