Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
This program prepares students for management positions in the tourism and hospitality industries. It is designed to develop entrepreneurial skills and business acumen, as well as providing a broad knowledge base to enable students to make informed decisions on career paths. The program provides many opportunities for students to work in hospitality situations both simulated and real, learn teamwork and to develop the management skills the industry demands.
Students spend 6 months each year completing full academic study on the campus (8 subjects), and 6 months on industry placements in hotels and related organisations throughout Australia and internationally. During the on campus academic semesters students cover all aspects of hotel operations and management. General business, leadership, communication and cross-cultural skills are also an integral parts of the course. It is ICHM's preferred policy to place students in paid positions during their industry placements.
- International hotel management
- General management and administration
- Accounting and finance
- Human resource management
- Event management
- Sales and marketing
- Rooms division and front office
- Food and beverage management
Standard entry requirements
- Year 12 (ATAR 70 or OP 14) or international equivalent
- IELTS or TOEFL for international students
Students can graduate upon completion; or choose to go on to complete the more advanced Bachelor of International Hotel Management (Swiss Hotel Association); meaning students complete their studies with two degrees.
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