International College of Management, Sydney
* Includes industry training.
Turn your passion for professional service into a global career. The growth of global tourism has ensured that hospitality is now one of the world’s biggest industries with a broad range of job opportunities available in every country. A career in hospitality offers you both choice and security.
Developed in conjunction with leading Swiss hotel school César Ritz and featuring the most comprehensive practical training component in Australia, the Bachelor of Hospitality Management represents the next generation in hospitality qualifications. When you graduate from this degree you will possess the perfect blend of practical skill, theory and business acumen to take you to the top of your profession.
Work Integrated Learning (WIL) subjects are built into your degree, meaning you’ll have an organised internship as part of your degree.
Our impressive network of hospitality industry partners provide invaluable industry insight and experience, help shape our qualifications and ensure they are in line with industry best practice. When it is time to embark on your industry training, we work closely with them to find a suitable placement that is the best fit for your skills, interests and professional goals.
Your industry training could take you to a major city, regional area or island resort in Australia, or an international city. Not only is this an invaluable experience, it is also a chance to grow your professional network. For many of our graduates this experience introduces them to their future employers.
With our world-renowned partner, César Ritz Colleges, Switzerland, you will receive a superior hospitality education.
While theory teaches you the hospitality management fundamentals, nothing is as valuable as putting theory into practice. In addition to your industry training, you’ll gain hands-on experience through practical classes. You’ll also manage large-scale events with real clients and work in the Grand Dining Room (our on-campus training restaurant) and in the production kitchen. Field trips and site visits with our industry partners will get you learning from the best in the business.
The Bachelor of Hospitality Management is career-focused, and aims to develop contemporary knowledge and skills needed for success. This means:
In your final year of the Bachelor of Hospitality Management, you will have the opportunity to participate in a ‘capstone’ subject to test your abilities in addressing contemporary issues or problems in the area in which you may forge a successful career.
Core business skills and specialised hospitality management subjects. Business subjects include agile leadership, collaboration and managing people; financial literacy; sales and marketing; strategic planning and innovative problem solving. In specialisation subjects, you will be exposed to the inner workings of the hospitality sector and develop skills in areas such as rooms division, gastronomy, and food and beverage. Elective subjects include entrepreneurship, event management, international tourism, marketing, sports management.
Hotel manager, food and beverage manager, accommodation manager, hotel sales and marketing, guest relations manager, banquet manager, resort and spa manager, airline operations manager, restaurant manager, bar/cocktail manager, concierge, catering manager.
A minimum of 600 hours.
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Recommended studies: Completion of NSW HSC (or equivalent) with a minimum Band 2 in English Standard or English EAL/D and a Band 2 in any one of the following suggested equivalent subjects including Mathematics Standard 2, Business Studies, Economics, Chemistry, Physics, Biology, Investigating Science, Legal Studies, Financial Services or Business Services.
ICMS does not use selection ranks for admissions. Applicants are assessed on performance in individual HSC (or equivalent) subjects and prospective applicants may be contacted by ICMS to attend an interview.
Additional selection criteria: A personal application interview may be required.
ATAR: ATAR is not a requirement.
Refer to the ICMS general admission criteria.
Refer to the ICMS general admission criteria.
View all details of this course on the ICMS website.
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