Hospitality Management

Hospitality Management

Your pathway to ICMS Bachelor of Hospitality Management

Hospitality Management

Your pathway to ICMS Bachelor

of Hospitality Management

If you love people and travel, it’s hard to go past a career in hospitality. Graduates work for international hotels and hospitality management companies in senior positions, right up to general manager level. Others have taken the plunge and opened their own hospitality businesses.

Quick Facts

Course NameDiploma of Hospitality Management
CRICOS Code055638G
UAC Code530530
Accreditation StatusActive
AQF Level5
CampusNorthern Beaches Campus, Manly*
Duration1 year (or part time equivalent)
Industry Trainingup to 600 hours
Study Modeon campus
StartFeb, May & Sept
Annual Indicative Student Enrolments54 enrolments in 2018
Entry RequirementsDomestic Students

International Students

*News: The Aspire Institute has recently opened a new City Campus in the heart of Sydney’s business district. As well as the campus in Manly, students enrolling in this course for February 2020 will now have an option to attend specified business subjects in the city, subject to availability.

Course Structure

TermSubject TypeSubject CodeSubject NameCredit PointsHours
T1COREMGT101Managing People & Organisations344
COREECO100Business Economics344
ELECTIVEHOS112Introduction to Hospitality & Tourism Management344
ELECTIVEHOS100Hospitality Operations I3110
T2COREACC100Accounting Fundamentals344
COREMKT100Principles of Marketing344
ELECTIVEHOS120Rooms Division Operations344
ELECTIVEHOS200Hospitality Operations II3100

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Attendance Policy

For the attendance Policy please see the hand book.

Sample subjects

Hospitality Operations

Learn practical skills in food and beverage management. The theoretical base and application of industry scenarios combine to make this unit an exciting, practical and memorable learning experience. You will have real-life experiences in food and beverage operations, particularly at gala functions.

Rooms Division Operations

Extend your skills in basic front office and housekeeping operations and concentrate on key elements of effective rooms division management, namely managing quality guest service and managing revenue.
CRICOS 055638G

This Diploma leads to the following Bachelor’s Degree

International College of Marketing, Sydney (ICMS)

  • Bachelor of Hospitality Management

CRICOS: 068282A