Studi di The Hotel School Sydney dan Melbourne
The Hotel School was founded in 1989 as an integral part of InterContinental Sydney with the vision of creating Australia’s best talent in Hospitality.
From the outset, The Hotel School focused on developing future leaders who would also possess the practical skills required to operate a business.
The courses offered at the Hotel School focus on hotel operational skills, management practice in the tourism and hospitality industry and the skills needed for continued learning in a changing global business environment. Students develop into dedicated professionals with qualifications that are recognised and highly regarded internationally.
In the 28 years it has been operating, The Hotel School has perfected education to prepare graduates to deliver World Class Hospitality.
This means students are prepared to live and work in a demanding and challenging globalised environment.
The Hotel School is a unique partnership between Southern Cross University, an Australian public university, and Mulpha Australia, a major investor in the hotel industry.
Work Integrated Learning
The Hotel School’s Work Integrated Learning (WIL) team is dedicated to providing students with unique opportunities to improve their employability and industry knowledge.
WIL activities are open to all students at The Hotel School and include professional development courses, on-site visits, workshops and industry guest speakers. The WIL team is constantly striving to provide new and exciting opportunities for students.
The Hotel School offers students an opportunity to integrate theory with the practice and responsibility of the professional workplace through our internship program.
Internships are integrated into the Bachelor of Business in Hotel Management and Master of International Tourism and Hotel Management courses. They are a unique part of our degrees, designed to assist in working out which career pathway is best suited to you and to add valuable experience to your career. Internships may be undertaken within Australia or internationally. Students may gain experience in any sector of tourism and hospitality and must accrue a minimum of 6 months and 600 hours practical workplace experience (undergraduate internship) or 10 weeks and 300 hours (postgraduate internship).
- 60 Phillip st, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
- Level 3, 399 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne
Courses and Intake
|Courses||Location & Intake||Duration||Fees|
|Bachelor of Business in Hotel Management||Melbourne & Sydney Feb, July, Nov||3 years full time
|Graduate Certificate in International Tourism and Hotel Management||Melbourne & Sydney
Feb, July, Nov
|6 months full time
|Graduate Diploma in International Tourism and Hotel Management||Melbourne & Sydney
Feb, July, Nov
|1 year full time
|Master of International Tourism and Hotel Management||Melbourne & Sydney
Feb, July, Nov
|2 years full time