Asian School of Hospitality Arts

No. 26 Kamias Road ., West Kamias, Quezon City
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(Updated as of Mar 19, 2018)

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What does Asian School of Hospitality Arts stand for?

Asian School of Hospitality Arts (ASHA) was founded in 2009 by Cravings Group President Susana “Annie” P. Guerrero and Cravings Group Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Marinela “Badjie” Guerrero. ASHA is part of The Cravings Group of Companies that also own establishments such as Cravings Restaurant, TCB, The Orange Place Hotel, Seven Suites Hotel Observatory, and the Center for Culinary Arts.

ASHA offers courses on HRM, Tourism, Entrepreneurship, Hotel and Restaurant Operations (CHRO), Hotel Management, Professional Cooking Series, Housekeeping, Food and Beverage Services, Bartending, Barista, and Front Office. This courses are handled by the best in the field and have been trained in the top local and international schools. Being a part of the Cravings Group of Companies, ASHA is able to immediately expose its students to the actual setting of the industry and link them to many career opportunities within its group or partner establishments.

ASHA might be one of the more younger schools in the Philippines, but it is already a leading hospitality arts school in the country with a unique edifice that enables it to stand among the top higher education institutions. Being part of one of the strongest brands in the hotel and restaurant industry, ASHA has been at the forefront of innovative and efficient hospitality arts education in a fast-changing global setting that has made national boundaries almost non-existent.

Asian School of Hospitality Arts facts:

  • ASHA’s main campus is in Antipolo. The other campuses are in Quezon City, San Juan City, and Tagaytay City.
  • ASHA has partnerships with Sofitel, Microtel, Manila Hotel, Holiday Inn, etc.
  • ASHA is recognized by the Commission on Higher Education (CHEd) and the Techical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA).

What programs & courses does Asian School of Hospitality Arts offer?

Choosing the right program can help you set your future goals and visualize where you want to be. Whether you want to be an engineer, a teacher, an accountant, or you want to level up in your profession, making yourself informed with the right choices will surely back you up in the future. Are you ready to map your career with Asian School of Hospitality Arts? Make the best decision in choosing the right path for you, click through the list of programs offered by Asian School of Hospitality Arts below:

What are the tuition & fees for students at Asian School of Hospitality Arts?

Tuition and miscellaneous fees vary by program and course.

Bachelor's degree: PHP 35,000 (Per Term)

For a complete list of details, please send an inquiry here.

Where is Asian School of Hospitality Arts located?

(Updated as of Oct 16, 2018)

No. 26 Kamias Road ., West Kamias, Quezon City
Contact Number
(+632) 928 2641; (+632) 570 9249; (+632) 907 8642
Mobile Number
(+63) 917 878 7191

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