MIS is proud to announce that beginning August 2017, Grade 11 students interested in pursuing business and marketing careers can enroll in the joint MIS-ASHA Senior High School Accountancy, Business and Mathematics (ABM) strand. In this joint program, MIS will teach the core and applied subjects, while the Asian School of Hospitality Arts (ASHA) will handle the nine specialized subjects. Students will graduate from this program with an MIS diploma.
The partnership between MIS and ASHA is ideal because of their common commitment to provide students with quality personalized education and actual industry exposure. The ABM strand is the second joint Senior High School program to be offered by this partnership, following the iconic Hospitality Arts program that began in 2016.
A leader in the hospitality arts industry, the Asian School of Hospitality Arts (ASHA) is the home of future global hospitality leaders. It offers programs that are specifically tailored to fit the industry’s requirements. ASHA is part of The Cravings Group of Companies which includes the Cravings restaurant, The Coffee Beanery, The Orange Place Hotel, Seven Suites Hotel Observatory, and the famed Center for Culinary Arts (CCA). Being pioneers and actual practitioners, ASHA is able to immediately expose the students to the actual setting of the industry and link them to many career opportunities within its group or partner establishments. Thus, ASHA is perfectly positioned to help ABM students gain valuable insights into the world of business.
Posing for posterity: (from left) Monica Moreno, MIS Directress, with Angie Blanco, Dean of ASHA and Marghieth Garcia, SHS Consultant of MIS
Shaking hands on the new partnership