Hospitality and tourism – interesting, diverse and fast-paced industries which require you to have a wide range of skills under your belt. Cue The Hotel School’s recognised Diploma of Hotel Management!
Study at their Brisbane, Sydney or Melbourne campus and develop important skills that can take you to some of the world’s most exciting places. Throughout the Diploma, you’ll cover it all – from finance, management and communication to food, beverage and accommodation operations.
This course is delivered in partnerships with Mulpha Australia and Southern Cross University.
The experience of studying at the Hotel School
To be eligible to study this diploma, applicants must meet the following entry requirements:
- Completion of Year 12 (or equivalent) or relevant work experience; AND
- Attend a one-on-one interview
What You’ll Learn
In this hospitality course, the subjects you may cover include:
- Accounting & Finance for Business
- Communication in Organisations
- Language & Learning in your Discipline
- Tourism Theories & Practices
- Hospitality Services Management
- Quantitative Methods with Economics
- Accommodation Operations
- Food & Beverage Operations
Why study with The Hotel School?
Get qualified with The Hotel School and gain the skills, knowledge and insight to succeed in the hospitality and tourism industry!
Since it’s beginning in 1989, The Hotel School has built close relationships with a range of leading local and international hospitality and tourism organisations, including the InterContinental, Marriott, Sofitel and more.
Learn from experienced educators, gain great industry exposure and enjoy a premier learning experience developed in partnership with Southern Cross University. Join the ranks of some of Australia’s best talent in hospitality when you study with The Hotel School!
To ensure the success of their students, The Hotel School offers each person access to a range of academic skills support services. These services include valuable library resources, You Tutor service offering students feedback on assessments, as well as on-campus group get-togethers for great tips and advice around study, exam prep and more.
Work with a Career Coach to develop your individual career program and get closer to conquering your goals and aspirations. Professional counsellors are also available at each campus for free friendly and caring advice to any students facing personal or academic issues. Attend one-on-one sessions or group workshops developed to promote wellbeing.
Enjoy unique opportunities and increase your employability when you attend on-site visits, workshops and talks by industry guest speakers, organised by the Work Integrated Learning (WIL) team.