Bachelor of Business - Hospitality and Tourism Management

Kaplan Business School

Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Level: Undergraduate
CRICOS: 02426B

In today's increasingly mobile world, hospitality and tourism is quickly becoming one of the largest global industries. Students develop problem solving and analytical proficiency, business communication skills, financial literacy, plus a host of other transferable skills. Whether students want to work in an executive or management role, as a consultant, or start their own business, this degree provides an excellent platform on which to base their business career. Business graduates majoring in Hospitality and Tourism Management traditionally pursue career paths such as local hospitality operators, event and community managers, tourism authority and human resource professionals; however it is not uncommon for them to also pursue work in the arts, media, advertising and health industries.

Structure

24 subjects: 16 core and 8 electives

Subjects

  • Hospitality
  • Tourism

Standard entry requirements

  • English Entry Requirements: Academic IELTS - Overall 6.0, with no less than 6.0 for Speaking and Writing and 5.5 for Listening and Reading or
  • TOEFLiBT - 66 or
  • TOEIC - 651 or
  • FCE and CAE - overall score of 169 (with no less than 169 for Speaking and Writing, and 162 for Listening and Reading) or
  • PTE Academic - 52 or
  • AP - Level 2, 65%.

Study pathways

Students may apply for credits into a KBS Postgraduate degree or a related postgraduate degree at another Australian higher education provider.

Study information

Campus Fees Entry Mid year intake Attendance
Adelaide Domestic: $42,600
International: $51,600
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Brisbane Domestic: $42,600
International: $51,600
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Melbourne Domestic: $42,600
International: $51,600
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Sydney Domestic: $42,600
International: $51,600
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Further information

International students are required to undertake a full time study workload.

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