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Top 10 Australian Universities for Hospitality Management

BrainGain magazine brings you a list of ten world class institutes in Australia, which offer training in the fast paced hospitality industry.
BY Tina Varghese |   08-10-2015
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A booming industry, Hospitality and Tourism Management offers attractive opportunities to graduates across the globe. High quality training is therefore widely sought by all who aspire to be a part of this glamorous and fast paced sector.

This training is precisely what universities in Australia provide.  Therefore, their courses have seen student enrolments increase by more than 30% in the last year alone.

Also, Australia, with its breathtaking landscapes and lively culture, is a top tourist destination today. Being at the heart of luxury and finesse, the Australian hospitality sector offers its students the chance to learn with the world's leading players, and understand what defines the best brands of hospitality.

Here are the top ten places for hospitality management in Australia:-

  1. Blue Mountains International Hotel Management School

    One of the most renowned hospitality schools in Australia, Blue Mountains provides hospitality and tourism management trainees with a world class simulated hotel environment. It offers a Bachelor of Business in International Hotel and Resort Management, in partnership with the University of Queensland.
  2. Griffith University

    Awarded Best Tourism Educator by National Tourism Awards in 2010, Griffith's Hospitality Department draws a large number of hospitality students to its various undergraduate programs, for example, the Bachelor of International Tourism and Hotel Management, and postgraduate certification and diplomas in Tourism.
  3. Bond University

    Bond’s Bachelor of International Hotel and Tourist Management offers a professional training to induct you into the global hospitality industry. The university has tie ups with international hotels like Hilton, Intercontinental, and Marriott to ensure that students get quality work experience.
  4. University of Queensland

    Offers a Bachelor of International Hotel and Tourism Management Degree for learning  successful leadership in the hotel management industry. The course involves a study of theory as well as practical experience, withinitiatives such as Executive Shadowing Program, coupled with a Tourism Regional Internship Project, to further develop managerial capabilities of its students.
  5. Murdoch University

    Ranked amongst the top 350 universities in the world, according to the Times Higher Education guide, Murdoch offers quality education in itsdomestic and offshore campuses. The Bachelor of Commerce in Hospitality and Tourism Management offered by Murdoch University is a full time three year comprehensive course with practical training offered in the third year.
  6. The Hotel School Sydney

    An educational collaboration between Southern Cross University and Mulpha Australia, The Hotel School Sydney offers bachelors, masters, certifications and diplomas in Hotel Management. THSS, in partnership with the finest tourism providers in the city, delivers a professional learning environment. The training focuses on developing operational skills through their 'Work Integrated Learning Programs' and internships.
  7. Edwith Cowan University

    Located in Perth, the beautiful capital of Western Australia, Edwith Cowan offers a number of undergraduate and post-graduate degrees in hotel management including Bachelor of Hospitality and Tourism Management, and Master of International Hospitality Management.
  8. William Blue College of Hospitality Management

    For more than two decades, William Blue has been delivering exceptional quality education in the Hospitality Management sector They offer a huge number of degrees in their campuses across Australia and an online learning based degree as well.  Moreover, students also get the luxury of designing the study framework which suits their career and lifestyle needs.
  9. Victoria University

    Offering unique insights into the world of Hospitality Management, Victoria offers a Bachelor of Business degree which lets students choose specializations in two or more business disciplines, and a work integrated learning approach, to train potential leaders for the real environment.
  10. La Trobe University

    La Trobe's Bachelor of Business (Tourism & Hospitality) offers business management with the skills needed for tourism and hospitality and a deep insight to the tourism sector. Students can combine these with disciplines such as economics, law and psychology. Backed by quality partnerships with some of the leading players in the hospitality and tourism industry, La Trobe offers a unique opportunity to for students to gain a truly professional edge as they learn.


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