Master of Management (Tourism AND Hospitality)

International College of Management, Sydney


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Learn how to deliver value as an effective leader within a tourism and hospitality organisation though the ICMS Master of Management (Tourism and Hospitality).

The Master of Management (Tourism and Hospitality) is designed to provide highly developed knowledge of contemporary management theories, concepts and skills, as well as an advanced understanding of how tourism and hospitality organisations function, the diverse challenges they face and the complex environments in which they operate.

This postgraduate degree provides advanced, transferable, conceptual and professional skills through a program of student-centred learning and research experience in an industry setting.

You will develop the cutting-edge professional management, communication, analytical and practical decision-making attributes to make a valuable contribution in the tourism and hospitality sector.

This course includes two subjects of Work Integrated Learning (WIL), which is the equivalent of two trimesters of Industry Training. The ICMS WIL team place students with an organisation, in their chosen industry, for 600 hours. This gives students an opportunity to apply their knowledge to real business issues and make valuable industry connections. (Students who have already worked, or who are currently working, within their industry of study may be eligible to receive recognition of prior learning for these subjects.)

Admission criteria

Applicants must meet one of the following criteria:

Fees and charges

^ Fee listed is the indicative annual course cost for 2021. Fees are reviewed annually and subject to change.

Australian Government financial assistance

ICMS scholarships and financial assistance

Equity Scholarships through UAC

Further information

Read the full course details on the ICMS website.

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