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STUDY IN AUSTRALIA
EXPAND
YOUR CAREER
POTENTIAL
AND TAKE
THE NEXT STEP
The Hotel School Sydney is a unique educational partnership
between a contemporary university and a major player in the
hospitality industry. The combination of academic excellence from
Southern Cross University and industry connectedness from Mulpha
Australia creates an innovative learning environment.
Delivering Bachelor of Business in Hotel Management and Master
of International Tourism and Hotel Management, The Hotel School
Sydney focuses on hotel management skills, management practice
in hospitality industries and the skills needed for employment in a
dynamic and competitive global environment.
EduCo is a global education group that owns and operates
colleges in Australia and Canada, and through joint venture
partnerships, delivers programs in the United States. Providing
accessibility, convenience, and renowned support to international
students seeking to live and experience life in one of the world’s
most popular destination cities. EduCo with it’s portfolio of education
providers, is accredited to deliver English, career pathways, and
higher education programs. The EduCo marketing team spans 15
key source markets, and focuses on providing best in-class support
to students and agents.
EduCo conducts academic courses on behalf of SCU and
collaborates with The Hotel School Sydney on marketing and
recruitment for their programs.
Bachelor of Business in
Hotel Management
(CRICOS 024239A)
About this course
The three-year Bachelor of Business in
Hotel Management, offered at The Hotel
School Sydney, focuses on hotel
operational skills, management practice
in hospitality industries and the skills
needed for employment in a competitive,
changing, global business environment.
Entry requirement
Qualification equivalent to
Australian Year 12 with the required entry
grade; and English language comparable
to Academic IELTS 6.0 with no band less
than 5.5.
2014 Fees
$20,400 per year
Year 1
Session 1 Classroom based learning
Communication in Organisations
Food & Beverage Operations
Introduction to Tourism & Hospitality
Management
Introduction to Professional Practice
Session 2 Classroom based learning
Accommodation Operations
Tourism Theories & Practices
Tourism & Hospitality Marketing
Accounting for Business
Bachelor of Business in
Hotel Management
(CRICOS 024239A)
Year 2
Year 2
Session 3 Industry based learning
Session 5 Classroom based learning
Professional Hospitality Experience I
Hospitality & Tourism Financial Management
Professional Hospitality Experience II
Professional Hospitality Experience III
Tourism & Hospitality Research and Analysis
Business Law & Ethics for Tourism & Hospitality
Professional Hospitality Experience IV
Elective choose 1 from Conventions, Meetings &
Exhibitions Management International Transport &
Tourism Entrepreneurship in Tourism & Hospitality
Session 4 Classroom based learning
Session 5 Classroom based learning
Human Resource & Workplace
Management
Strategic Management for Tourism & Hospitality
Enterprises
The Sustainable Hotel Environment
Facility & Risk Management for Hospitality Operations
Hospitality: History, Politics & Culture
Hospitality Services Management
Elective choose 2 from Contemporary Tourism Issues
Food & Beverage Management Information Systems for
Tourism & Hospitality Management Events Management
Tourism & Hospitality Sales & Promotion
Industry partners
Hotels & resorts
BP International
Brampton Island Resort
Bvlgari Hotels & Resorts
Casuarina Lodge
Crowne Plaza Hotels & Resorts
Daintree Eco Lodge & Spa
Daydream Island Resort & Spa
Diamant Hotels
Douglas Fir Resort & Chalets
Dunk Island Resort
Fort Aguada Beach Resort
Four Points by Sheraton
Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts
Fraser Suites Sydney
Hamilton Island Enterprises
Harbour Rocks Hotel
Hayman Great Barrier Reef
Hilton Hotels & Resorts
Holiday Inn Hotels
Ibis Hotels
Hyatt Hotels & Resorts
InterContinental Hotels & Resorts
Jurys Clifton Ford Hotel
Lake Louise Inn
Mantra Hotels & Resorts
Marriott Hotels & Resorts
Mercure Hotels
North Sydney Harbourview Hotel
Novotel Hotels
O’Reillys Guesthouse
Parkroyal Hotels & Resorts
Pullman Hotels & Resorts
Quay West Suites
Radisson Blu Hotels & Resorts
Rydges Hotels & Resorts
Sebel Hotels & Resorts
Shangri-La Hotels & Resorts
Sheraton Hotels & Resorts
Stamford Hotels & Resorts
Sofitel Luxury Hotels
Swiss Grand Resort & Spa
Swissotel Sydney
Taj Hotels & Resorts
The Darling
The Observatory Hotel
Vibe Hotels
Voyages Indigenous
Tourism Australia
Westin Hotels & Resorts
Airlines & travel
Newland Travel Agent
Qantas International Lounges
Fine dining restaurants
Ravesi’s Bondi Beach
Jonah’s
Ocean Room
Casinos & clubs
Events, festivals
Brighton Le Sands RSL
Castle Hill RSL
Jupiters Hotel & Casino
Penrith Panthers
Royal Automobile Club of Australia
The Star
& function centres
Benchmarque Hospitality
& Event Recruitment
Bimbadgen Estate
Business Chicks
Caroline Bay Brasserie
& Functions
Doltone House
International Conferences
& Events
Sydney Convention
& Exhibition Centre
Cafes & restaurants
Brasserie Bread
Café Sydney
Eastbank Café Bar Pizzeria
Hog’s Breath Café
Jamaica Blue
Jonah’s
Max Brenner
Ocean Room
Pie in the Sky Bakery
Ravesi’s on Bondi Beach
Saltwater Quality Seafood
Spur Steak Ranches
The Bank Bazaar
Trippas White Group
Corporate Hospitality
ANZ Stadium
Macquarie Group Ltd
Bars, Pubs & Nightclubs
Hotel Bondi
Grand Hotel Bondi Junction
Lo-Fi Riversdale Group
Merivale
Mixology Management
Tommy Africa’s Nightclub
MASTER OF INTERNATIONAL
TOURISM AND HOTEL
MANAGEMENT
About this course
The Master of International
Tourism and Hotel Management
(Advanced) (15 units) and the
Master of International Tourism
and Hotel Management (12
units) are designed for students
with or without industry
experience who wish to gain a
higher degree in the field of
tourism and hospitality studies.
Master of International Tourism
and Hotel Management
Intakes: February, June, October
Duration: 1.5 years full-time
CRICOS: 065497K
Total Units: 12
2014 Tuition Fees:
Unit $2480 I Annual $19840 *
MASTER OF INTERNATIONAL
TOURISM AND HOTEL
MANAGEMENT
Professional placement
As part of this Masters degree,
coursework students undertake
a 300-hour internship in either
a paid or volunteer role over a
minimum 10-week period. This
practical experience, combined
with theoretical understanding,
enhances the learning
experience for students who
have a professional and
personal interest in this high
growth area.
Master of International Tourism
and Hotel Management (Advanced)
Intakes: February, June, October
Duration: 2 years full-time
CRICOS: 074904C
Total Units: 15
2014 Tuition Fees:
Unit $2480 I Annual $19840 *
MASTER OF INTERNATIONAL
TOURISM AND HOTEL
MANAGEMENT
Major areas of study:
The schedule provides a
comprehensive study of all
aspects of tourism and hotel
management from both
theoretical and practical ‘real
world’ perspectives taught
by academics with industry
backgrounds.
Admission Requirements:
Qualifications equivalent to an
Australian Bachelor degree (or
demonstrated academic or
professional standing equivalent
these requirements); and English
language comparable to
Academic IELTS 6.0 with no
band less than 5.5.
HOW TO APPLY
scu.edu.au/international/apply
Application for Admission form is available
from the website above. To avoid delays
make sure all supporting documents are
attached and sent to the email below:
E: [email protected]
T: 1800 422 226
Contact us
All enquiries
E: [email protected]
T: 1800 422 226
Campus location:
60 Phillip Street, Sydney
New South Wales 2000
W: http://hotelschool.scu.edu.au/

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