Charles Sturt University's articulated Bachelor of Hotel Management program allows graduates from Northern Sydney Institute TAFE to upgrade their qualifications with credit for studies already completed. This innovative pathway program combines practical and academic learning, and enables students to gain two recognised qualifications in just three years.
Hospitality management graduates are highly employable, applying their skills to careers in events, hotel and conference management, sales and business development and forestry and fishing management
Jobs directly related to your degree include:
Fast food restaurant manager
Public house manager
Jobs where your degree would be useful include:
Customer service manager
Human resources officer
Remember that many employers accept applications from graduates with any degree subject, so don't restrict your thinking to the jobs listed here.
Students who complete a Diploma of Hospitality or Diploma of Events through Northern Sydney Institute receive guaranteed entry and credit into the Bachelor of Hotel Management, which can be completed with a further two years of full-time study. Students will develop skills in areas such as organisational and human resource management, marketing, international business management and business strategy, which are critical for a successful career in the global industry of hospitality and hotel management. This course is offered on campus at Northern Sydney Institute's Ryde College. Students eligible for Commonwealth supported places can defer their fees until after they complete the course and start earning an income above the specified threshold.
Programme Structure Small Business Management Developing Human Resources Communications & Information Management Organisations and Management Organisational Behaviour Ethics, Sustainability and Culture Managing Yourself and Others Asia-Pacific Business Service Operations Management Managing Change Business Strategy International Business Management Marketing and Society Buyer Behaviour Introduction to Tourism Tourism Event Management
Academic Entry Requirement
Academic Requirements To be admitted into the course, prospective students need to indicate their likelihood of success through: the NSW Higher School Certificate or interstate /overseas equivalent; the International Baccalaureate Diploma; a completed or part completed course of a university, college of advanced education or other accredited tertiary institution; a completed or part completed course of a TAFE college or other accredited post-secondary institution (including TAFE Tertiary Preparation Certificate); an approved Foundation Studies program certificate; completion of undergraduate subjects as an Associate Student with the University or through another University, or Open Universities Australia. You may also be admitted to a course based on other attainments and experience. These may include: voluntary or paid work experience; performance in tests and examinations conducted by professional recognised bodies; participation in continuing education programs and/or staff development programs conducted by adult education agencies, consultancies, professional bodies or employers; completion of the Special Tertiary Admissions Test (STAT).