Melbourne Campus – Flinders Street is located right in the heart of Melbourne’s creative and business hub. This campus is where Melbourne based students studying a Master of International Hotel Management attend lectures and tutorials. Students share this campus with other Torrens University students who are studying business, design and health courses. With many iconic hospitality and tourism venues close by, the Campus is well situated for students learning about the industry.
As a student, you will have the opportunity to engage with students studying hospitality, business, design and health with Torrens University. You will work collaboratively and make friends with students from all different cultures and backgrounds.
Students studying at Melbourne Campus live off campus. Students organise their own accommodation in private housing throughout the city and surrounding suburbs.
With a campus located in the heart of the Melbourne CBD, everything is at your fingertips. An abundance of cafes, restaurants, entertainment venues, gyms and recreation centres are situated nearby. Catching public transport is also convenient with Flinders Street Train Station located just a short three-minute walk away.
The Student Representative Council (SRC) run a range of events from sporting teams, cultural nights, charity fundraisers, and trips to local attractions.
With state of the art facilities available on campus, students can immerse themselves in a forward thinking, stimulating learning environment. Resources on campus include intimate lecture rooms, break-out zones to study, a computer lab, and an extensive library and resource centre. Students have access to internet and teaching resources, enabling students to access them for revision.
Consistently regarded as one of the world’s most livable cities, Melbourne continually ranks in the top five best cities in the world for students. It is a vibrant and multicultural city, with excellent infrastructure, accommodation options, tourist attractions and social inclusion.
Known as the cultural hub of Australia, Melbourne has a bustling creative scene, and those living in the city can enjoy live theatre, music and art galleries. There is never a shortage of quality food with endless cafes and restaurants, serving food from all over the world. For sports enthusiast, this lively city is home to some of the country’s most iconic sporting events – including the Australian Open, Australian Grand Prix and the AFL Grand Final.
Get in touch with Blue Mountains International Hotel Management School to book in a time to speak with a Course & Career Advisor to find out about studying a Master of International Hotel Management at our Melbourne Campus.