|Bachelor of Business Degree||Age||English Language Proficiency||Qualification|
|International Hotel and Resort Management||17yrs & 9 months+||6.0 IELTS (or equivalent)||Australian Year 12 certificate, or international equivalent|
By entering the world of Hospitality Management with BMIHMS, you’ll start on a career path that opens doors to working worldwide. It’s a fast growing industry with high demand for qualified management level staff. By earning the right qualifications combined with hard work and initiative, you’ll soon find yourself reaching a senior position, managing people and exciting projects.
Over the first 2 years of this hotel management degree, students live on-site at our Practical Learning Centre, Leura campus. In addition they undertake 2 industry placements that provide hands-on, practical experience. Students’ final 6-months focus on business management. Classes are held at our non-residential, Executive Business Centre, Sydney campus.
The Leura campus operates as a simulated hotel, where students are both guest and staff. This provides undergraduate hotel and resort management students with the unique opportunity to put theoretical knowledge into practice. From guest relations, front office management, food and beverage to housekeeping and property management. Students gain hands-on experience in all aspects of day-to-day operations.
Armed with a business degree, our graduates have flexibility to work in many sectors in a huge variety of roles. Employment is commonly found in 5-star hotels and resorts and many obtain sought-after trainee management roles.
Find out how industry placement can benefit you by using our fee calculator to see how it can potentially reduce the cost of study through earning extra money when working in hotels.
You can find our more about the contents of our undergraduate course by downloading the course unit list and International Hotel and Resort Management subject descriptions.
The list below details each of the units within the Bachelor of Business Degree in International Hotel and Resort Management throughout the 2.5 years of study. You can view a summary of a unit by clicking on the link or the play symbol. Every effort is taken to ensure accuracy of information units and lecturers do sometimes change. Current Students should always refer to the “Student and Staff Information System” (SSIS) for up to date information on lecturers, learning outcomes and assessment items.
|Year 1||Year 2||Year 3|
|BUS101 Accounting Fundamentals||BUS201 Management Accounting||BUS301 Services Marketing|
|BUS102 Management and Leadership||BUS202 Economics||BUS302 Business Management and Entrepreneurship|
|BUS103 Research and Academic Skills||BUS203 Business Law||BUS303 Organisational Development and Change|
|BUS104 Sales and Marketing||BUS204 Human Resource Management||BUS304 Strategic Hotel Management and H.O.T.S.|
|BUS105 Cross Cultural Studies||BUS205 Research Skills and Practices||BUS305 Ethical Business Management|
|HOS101 Food and Beverage Operations Management||HOS201 Operations and Environment Management||HTL301 Managing Hotel and Resort Facilities|
|HTL101 Food and Beverage Management and Control||HTL201 Rooms Division Management||HTL302 Revenue Management|
|HTL102 The International Hospitality Industry||HTL202 Hotel and Resort Planning and Design||HTL303 The Leadership Experience|
|IP101 Industry Placement I||IP201 Industry Placement II|
Once a student has completed a Bachelor of Business degree they can also attain a second Undergraduate degree in International Event Management with just an additional 5 units of study (12 to 24 weeks).
Diploma of Business (International Hotel and Resort Management) 089927F
Associate Degree of Business (International Hotel and Resort Management) 089926G
Bachelor of Business (International Hotel and Resort Management) 089925G