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Tourism Careers

In such a busy and interconnected world, the travel and tourism industry exists as a necessary antidote to staying still and working hard. Helping people experience and discover new things lies at the heart of travel and tourism. If this is your thing, a career in this dynamic industry could be a good trip to take.

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  • Diploma of Business (Tourism Management)

    Diploma of Business (Tourism Management)

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    Start your career in the thrilling and dynamic global tourism industry with this practical Diploma of Business (Tourism Management) course. 

  • Bachelor of Business (Tourism)

    Bachelor of Business (Tourism)

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    The Bachelor of Business (Tourism) degree from Martin Higher Education will provide you with a strong knowledge and understanding of business drivers and the skills required for a wide range of roles in the tourism sector, including tourism management and development, travel and tour operator, ecotourism, regional, cultural, sports or events tourism operations to name a few.

  • Master of International Tourism and Hotel Management

    Master of International Tourism and Hotel Management

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    Start a thrilling and rewarding career as a global tourism leader by studying this Master of International Tourism and Hotel Management. 

  • Associate Degree of Business (Tourism)

    Associate Degree of Business (Tourism)

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    TheAssociate Degree of Business (Tourism) will provide you with a solid understanding of the travel and tourism industry, operations, management and development. The skills you gain from this course will prepare you for an exciting career in this fast growing sector.

  • Bachelor of Business (Tourism Management)

    Bachelor of Business (Tourism Management)

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    Become a key leader in the rapidly growing tourism industry by studying this global-focused Bachelor of Business (Tourism Management) course. 

  • Graduate Diploma in International Tourism and Hotel Management

    Graduate Diploma in International Tourism and Hotel Management

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    Build in-demand management skills for an growing global industry by studying this Graduate Diploma in International Tourism and Hotel Management from The Hotel School. 

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