Choose Rewarding Careers in Tourism Hospitality and Events Management:

  • Tourism planning and promotion agency staff member

  • Policy officer with professional and industry associations

  • Manager of attractions

  • Conference coordinator

  • Hotel or resort service manager

  • Marketing and communication role (events)

  • Planner within the travel sector (airlines and other major transport providers)

  • Self employment through tourism management businesses

  • Planning and policy development officer in government departments at national, state and local and regional levels

  • Research and planning officer with research and consulting firms.

CRICOS Provider Number 00124K    |    RTO Code 3113

Victoria University

  • Course Name: Master of Tourism Hospitality and Events Management

  • CRICOS Course Code: 103522F

  • Duration: 2 Years (4 Semesters)

  • Location: City Flinders Campus, Victoria

  • 2021 Intakes: July & November 2021

  • 2022 Intakes: February,  July & November 2022

  • Course Fees:

    • 2021 Original Tuition Fees: AUD 15,300 / year

      • First Year Scholarship for Enrolment in 2021 Only:
        • AUD 12,240 / semester (x2) for 2021 first year tuition fees (after 20% Tuition Scholarship). 
      • Second Year Scholarship (Condition Applies):
        • AUD 13,770 / semester (x2) (10% scholarship may be factored, upon good academic performance) 

      • 2022 Course Fees may be subject to changes.

    Course Requirements:

    • Successful completion of an Australian Bachelor degree (or equivalent) in any discipline; OR

    • Successful completion of an Australian Graduate Diploma (or equivalent) in a similar discipline; PLUS

    • IELTS Academic Overall 6.5 (with no band less than 6.0 in Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking).

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

    • Managerial, policy development, and planning roles within the tourism, hospitality and events industries

    • Tackle challenges faced by destinations at home and internationally

    • Gain expertise in ‘Green Growth’ and sustainability and how these themes benefit businesses in the sector and local communities

    • Economic, legal and political contexts within which destinations operate

    • Creative planning and policy development processes

    • Innovative sustainable practices

    • Risk-minimising strategies in contemporary settings

    Core Units of This Course:

    • Accounting for Management

    • Data Analysis for Business

    • Business Economics

    • Work and Organisation Systems

    • Art and Practice of Leadership

    • Tourism and Events: Core Concepts and Theory

    • International Tourism Management

    • Emerging Trends in Tourism and Destination Management

    • Green Growth Transformation of Destinations

    • Business Events

    • Hospitality Operations Management

    • Hotel and Resort Management

    • Business Ethics and Sustainability

    • Applied Business Project