BHLS Experience

BHLS Students

Language

BHLS will have students from many different countries and cultures speaking many different languages but it’s important for students to excel in their English language abilities, therefore it’s expected that students will speak in English not only in class but also around the campus. English will be the common language amongst the international students. 

Students at BHS have the opportunity to learn Thai and English as knowledge of several languages is an important asset in the business and hospitality world.  If there is a specific language a group of students wish to learn please approach the Student Services Office with the request.

Students

Dress Code & Uniform Specifications

BHLS Shirt
Updo
Reception Uniform
Uniform Suit
F&B Uniform
Kitchen Uniform
BHLS’ School Uniform for BHLS Students

BHLS expects students to adhere to its school uniform standards, the specifications for which are:

All students of BHLS are required to wear the BHLS school shirt provided by the institute during class hours. Appearance must be immaculate and clothes must be absolutely clean, always be ironed and presentable. Student identity/name badges must be kept with them at all times when on the BHLS campus.

BHLS school uniform dress code is defined as: 

Female Students: 

  • BHLS school shirts with BHLS logo
  • Navy blue or grey coloured trousers, long-shorts or skirts
  • Shoes must be black plain comfortable shoes

Male Students: 

  • BHLS school shirts with BHLS logo
  • Navy blue or grey coloured trousers or long-shorts
  • Shoes must be black plain comfortable shoes
BHLS’ Uniform Suit for Hospitality Students

BHLS expects students to adhere to its uniform standards, the specifications for which are:

All students of BHLS are required to wear the BHLS uniform suit provided by the institute during class hours. Appearance must be immaculate and clothes must be absolutely clean, always be ironed and presentable. Student identity/name badges must be kept with them at all times when on the BHLS campus. BHLS uniform suit dress code is defined as: 

Female Students: 

  • Hair must be tied up into a neat updo if it’s long.
  • Business suit with BHLS logo, with appropriate black stockings or tights and black plain comfortable shoes. 
  • All female students must wear a scarf knotted on the left side of their neck above the name badge. 
  • Shoes must be black pumps. 
  • Heels are not higher than 7cm. 

Male Students: 

  • Hair is fixed backwards and cut short.
  • Business suit with BHLS logo, with tie, dark socks and black plain comfortable shoes. 
Professional Uniforms for Practical Classes

Professional uniforms are to be worn during kitchen and service practical lessons, as well as during all duties. 

  • Long sleeve shirts worn with professional uniform must not at any time be ‘rolled up’ from the cuff except when undertaking washing duties. 
  • Students are not allowed to wear professional uniforms outside of BHLS campus unless on specific and authorised occasions. 
  • Student identity/name badges must be kept with them at all times when on the BHLS campus. 
Kitchen Uniform for Both Men and Women includes: 
  • Chef jackets – white colour only, – long sleeves (recommend 2 chef jackets; 1 to wear, 1 for washing) 
  • Chef pants (1 pc) – either all black or black-white checkered 
  • Chef aprons (2 pc) – white colour only – knee length 
  • Chef shoes (1 pair) – either all black or all white – close toed, anti-slip 
  • Chef necktie – white colour only 

Hairnets or kitchen hats must be worn at all times during kitchen practicals and by all students when working at the service counter.

Hospitality Uniform for Practical Classes includes:

For Reception:

Female Students: 

  • Hair must be tied up into a neat updo if it’s long.
  • Business suit with BHLS logo, with appropriate black stockings or tights and black plain comfortable shoes. 
  • All female students must wear a scarf knotted on the left side of their neck above the name badge. 
  • Shoes must be black pumps. 
  • Heels are not higher than 7cm. 

Male Students: 

  • Hair is fixed backwards and cut short
  • Business suit with BHLS logo, with tie, dark socks and black plain shoes. 

For Food & Beverage (F&B), Bar Service:

Female Students: 

  • Hair must be tied up into a neat updo if it’s long.
  • BHLS uniform suit without jacket/blazer, must be worn together with a gille/apron and tie.
  • Appropriate black stockings or tights and black plain comfortable shoes. 
  • Shoes must be black pumps. 
  • Heels are not higher than 7cm.

Male Students: 

  • Hair is fixed backwards and cut short
  • BHLS uniform suit without jackets/blazers, must be worn together with a gille/apron and tie.
  • Dark socks and black plain comfortable shoes. 

For Housekeeping:

Female & Male Students includes: 

  • BHLS uniform t-shirt with the BHLS ’s logo and must be worn together with black trousers and black plain comfortable shoes.
  • For Female Students, no heels are allowed in Housekeeping practical class. 
General Rules for Dress Code and Uniform Specifications
  • Students are required to be correctly dressed, in appropriate BHLS uniform, at all times from the start of classes, until after the final class each day. This regulation includes theoretical classes and educational excursions. The dress code must also be followed during the examination period for examinations and meal times. There may be other occasions in which students will be required to wear BHLS uniform, and students will be informed of these occasions in advance. 
  • Only when leaving BHLS campus, after class hours and on the weekends are students allowed to wear casual clothing for leisure purposes.
  • Students may remove jackets/blazers when in the dining room during meals time, in the classroom during warm weather or when joining the hospitality practical classes but should always carry their jackets/blazers with them when moving around BHLS campus. 
  • Students should either be in full business dress or smart casual wear.
  • BHLS ’s uniform must at all times be complete and impeccably clean and tidy. 
  • The dress code forbids the wearing of boots at any time.
  • When in BHLS’ uniform all students must wear their ID badge. 
  • Under no circumstances should ID badges be tampered with or otherwise modified. 
  • Students are not allowed to wear the following in the public areas of BHLS at any time: pyjamas, bedroom slippers, caps or other head wear and casual clothing with obscene language slogans are not to be worn. 
  • No sunglasses are to be worn in BHLS unless for medical reasons. 
  • No bathing suits except in permitted areas. 
  • Students are not permitted to be barefoot at any time. 
  • No jeans or casual clothes are allowed during BHLShours of operation. 
Purchase of BHLS’ Uniform

All students will be provided with 1 set of BHLS’ uniform suit (included in the Operating Expenses) upon arrival to BHLS Campus.

Professional uniforms such as kitchen uniforms are only provided for students studying culinary arts. 

If students wish to purchase an extra set of BHLS’ Uniform including uniform suit and professional uniform, students must inform the Student Services Center and order 3 months before the practical class starts. It may take up to 3 months before the student may receive the new uniform. Alternatively students can order before arriving at BHLS campus with the Admission Office and make the payment together with the rest of the payment after visa approval to ensure uniform is received all upon arrival.

Chef Uniform