Studying Hotel and Resort Management at the Blue Mountains
Course Entry Requirements
By entering the world of Hospitality Management with BMIHMS, you’ll start on a career path that opens doors to working worldwide. It’s a fast-growing industry with high demand for qualified management level staff. By earning the right qualifications combined with hard work and initiative, you’ll soon find yourself reaching a senior position, managing people, and exciting projects.
Over the first 2 years of this hotel management degree, students live on-site at our Practical Learning Centre, Leura campus. In addition, they undertake 2 industry placements that provide hands-on, practical experience. Students’ final 6-months focus on business management. Classes are held at our non-residential, Executive Business Centre, Sydney campus.
The Leura campus operates as a simulated hotel, where students are both guest and staff. This provides undergraduate hotel and resorts management students with the unique opportunity to put theoretical knowledge into practice. From guest relations, front office management, food and beverage to housekeeping and property management. Students gain hands-on experience in all aspects of day-to-day operations.
Armed with a business degree, our graduates have the flexibility to work in many sectors in a huge variety of roles. Employment is commonly found in 5-star hotels and resorts and many obtain sought-after trainee management roles.
Course Units Summary
The list below details each of the units within the International Hotel and Resort Management degree throughout the 2.5 years of study. You can view a summary of a unit by clicking on the link or the play symbol. Every effort is taken to ensure the accuracy of information units and lecturers do sometimes change. Current Students should always refer to the “Student and Staff Information System” (SSIS) for up to date information on lecturers, learning outcomes and assessment items.
Double Degree in the Blue Mountains
Once a student has completed a Bachelor of Business degree they can also attain a second Undergraduate degree in either International Event Management or International Restaurant and Catering with just an additional 5 units of study (12 to 24 weeks).