STUDY IN AUSTRALIA

BACHELOR OF BUSINESS (TOURISM & HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT) (3 YEARS)

Choose a Rewarding Careers in Tourism & Hospitality Management:

  • Hotel or resort service manager

  • Food and beverage manager

  • Airline services coordinator

  • Conference coordinator

  • Tourism industry adviser

  • Tourism transport operator

  • Tourist information officer

  • Tourism reservations consultant

 

CRICOS Provider Number 00124K    |    RTO Code 3113

Victoria University

  • Course Name: Bachelor of Business (Tourism & Hospitality Management)

  • CRICOS Course Code: 092944A

  • Duration: 3 Years (6 Semesters)

  • Locations: City Flinders & Footscray Park Campuses in Victoria

  • Intakes: July 2021; February & July 2022 

  • Course Fees:

    • 2021 Original Tuition Fees: AUD 14,950 / semester

    • Scholarship for 2021 Enrolment:
      • First Year Scholarship in 2021:

        • AUD 11,960 / semester (x2) (after 20% Tuition Scholarship)
      • Second & Third Year Scholarship (Condition Applies):
        • AUD 13,455 / semester (x4) (10% scholarship may be factored, upon good academic performance) 

    • 2022 Course Fees may be subject to changes.

Course Requirements:

  • Admission Requirements:

    • Successful completion of an Australian Senior Secondary Certificate (VCE or equivalent) including Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 25 in English (EAL) or 20 in any other English (or equivalent); OR

    • Successful completion of an Australian Advanced Diploma or Diploma (or equivalent); 

  • English Requirements:

    • IELTS Academic Overall 6.0 (with no band less than 6.0 in Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking) OR

    • Completion of a Foundation course or equivalent.

You will study a range of Tourism and Hospitality Management Skills including:

  • Gain the skills and knowledge to develop, operate, manage and market sustainable tourism products, experiences, businesses and destinations.

  • Gain a thorough understanding of the industry's core trends and issues.

  • Insights into product and service development and tourism innovation.

  • Working with stakeholders from various cultural backgrounds.

Core Units of This Course:

  • Accounting for Decision Making

  • Information Systems for Business

  • Economic Principles

  • Business Statistics

  • Introduction to Marketing

  • Business Law

  • Management and Organisation Behaviour

  • Integrated Business Challenge

  • Accounting

  • Banking and Finance

  • Event Management

  • Financial Risk Management

  • Human Resource Management

  • Information Systems Management

  • International Trade

  • Management and Innovation

  • Marketing

  • Supply Chain and Logistics Management

  • International Engagement

  • Workplace Engagement

  • The Entrepreneurial Mindset

  • Tourism and Hospitality Management

  • Professional Accounting