STUDY IN AUSTRALIA

ASSOCIATE DEGREE OF HOSPITALITY & HOTEL MANAGEMENT (2 YEARS)

 

 

Choose Rewarding Careers in Hospitality and Hotel Management:

  • Food and beverage manager

  • Hotel manager

  • Restaurant manager

  • Accommodation manager

  • Function manager

  • Small business operator

  • Event manager

Study Associate Degree of Hospitality and Hotel Management, July 2021 Intake at Victoria University, Footscray Nicholson Campus in Victoria . 

CRICOS Provider Number 00124K  |   RTO Code 3113

Course Fees:

  • 2021 Estimated Annual Tuition Fee: AUD 17,000 / year for 2 Years.

Course Entry Requirements:

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

  • A minimum IELTS overall score of 6.0 (with no band less than 6.0 in Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking)

  • Completion of a Foundation course or equivalent

You will gain a range of Hospitality and Hotel Management Skills including:

  • develop your business management potential, get hands-on experience in a hospitality training centre and gain a thorough understanding of the industry's trends and issues 

  • gain an applied knowledge of the major operational, managerial and organisational areas in the industry

  • develop skills in hotel operations management and food, wine and catering operations

  • gain essential skills in accounting principles for management and marketing and business communications

Core Units of This Course:

  • Introduction to Hospitality and Hotel Management

  • Sustainable Hotel Operations Management

  • Food, Wine and Catering Management

  • Event Planning and Operations

  • Accounting Principles for Management

  • Marketing and Business Communications

  • Management, Human Resources and Organisational Behaviour

  • Industry Business Challenge

  • Customer Centricity and Consumer Behaviour

  • Room Divisions Operations

  • Sustainable Tourism

  • Hospitality and Hotel Management Innovation Challenge

  • Contracts, Risk and Business Law

  • Information Systems for Management

  • Economic Principles for Management

  • Statistical Analysis for Management