Master of International Hotel Management
If you are looking for a business career that allows rapid employee development, has scope for travel, is fast-paced and people orientated, then hotel management is the career for you. Learn more in the International Hotel Management programme at Torrens University Australia.
|Duration:||2 years (full-time), 4 years (part-time)|
|Starting in:||July, September|
|Tuition Fee:||AUD 48,000|
|Location:||Sydney, Adelaide, Melbourne, Online|
Hospitality is a dynamic and fast-growing international industry, which provides excellent opportunities to develop a global career. You will learn a combination of management and practical skills that are invaluable when pursuing career opportunities. BMIHMS students also benefit from enhanced knowledge and skills due to their industry placement, an integral part of the course adding real working experience.
The Master of International Hotel Management course enables undergraduates or those wishing to develop their career path the opportunity to enhance their hospitality knowledge and capabilities with a higher qualification, which can accelerate career progression. This is a unique Master’s degree providing the added benefit of an industry placement as an integrated part of the curriculum.
The International Hotel Management Master’s degree at Torrens University Australia is the only hospitality course of its kind in Sydney. By studying with us, you will gain a deep understanding of hotel management, operations and business, designed to secure you a management position in a leading hotel on graduation. The program offers a six-month paid industry placement in Australia, yet another opportunity that will set you ahead of the competition.
Incorporating a professional development workshop, the Master of International Hotel Management course supports students with greater awareness of what lies ahead when entering their first role. It provides a realistic view of what they will encounter when entering the hospitality sector. Within the workshop students learn about: future leader qualities and attributes, cultural awareness (adaption and flexibility), business communications (verbal and non verbal), professional use of social media and the importance of grooming.
“After graduating, I worked in a lot of hotels in Melbourne and throughout Europe. I loved the intimate guest experience of connecting with people. In every job I have had, I always treated it like it was my own business, so it was only natural to create a place of my own.”
Emma Flick // Owner of Deśa Retreat // Graduate of Master of International Hotel Management