Master of International Hotel Management


Entry Requirements

Minimum of a Bachelor Degree (AQF level 7 or international equivalent) in any discipline. Or the ICHM Graduate Certificate in International Hotel Management (AQF Level 8). Or the ICHM Graduate Diploma in International Hotel Management (AQF Level 8).

English Requirements

English Proficiency - Year 1 or Advanced Entry

IELTS - Academic overall score 6.5 (min 6.0 in any band)

TOEFL - (IBT) 79 (writing and speaking not below 20)

PTE 58 - (no score below 50)

Cambridge English (CAE) - 176 (no score below 169)

Course Details

The Master of International Hotel Management (MIHM) is a two year (four semester) full-time course, designed to provide participants with the opportunity to develop advanced knowledge and cognitive skills to understand and manage international hotel operations at a senior level.

Whilst the course focus is on international hotels, participants could choose to undertake their career paths in other areas of the international tourism and hospitality industry. The course comprises ten core subjects and three electives delivered over eighteen months, plus a final Professional Practice and Research semester of six months in industry, as a capstone subject to complete the course.

Graduates from hotel schools/universities/colleges, holding business or hospitality related degrees, may receive Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL).

Work Integrated Learning Opportunities (WIL):

Work Integrated Learning (WIL) semesters are a critical component of ICHM’s courses.

Semester 4 of the Masters provides students with the opportunity to undertake a six month Professional Practice and Research in industry. This capstone subject will enable the student to integrate theory with the practice of work to develop their knowledge, skills and professional networks through lived experiences in a natural workplace setting. There is an expectation that students have a minimum of 200 hours industry experience prior to undertaking their Professional Practice and Research in industry.

As part of the research project students need to complete a minimum of 600 industry hours, in addition to the 200 minimum experience required to undertake the research project.

Students can engage the ICHM Industry and Career Development (ICD) Managers to assist them with sourcing an industry position for the purpose of this subject.

The ICD Managers employ a similar process to that which is used for the standard industry placements; with most positions within Australia being paid as regular employees.

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Level of Study: Masters Degree (Coursework)

Duration: 2 years

CRICOS Course Code: 097743C

English Requirements: IELTS Score UG 6

Annual Tuition: AUD$28,727.00

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