Bachelor of Hospitality Management


CRICOS Code: 061399M

The busy hospitality industry needs strong practical skills, hands-on experience and excellent leadership capability. NMIT’s Bachelor of Hospitality Management integrates study in:

  • hospitality management
  • business management

Areas of study include:

  • business management principles
  • interpersonal, problem solving and academic-learning skills
  • practical skills
  • research and analysis, critical thinking, evaluation and application
  • contemporary and emerging industry practices
  • business management theory
  • industry projects
  • interpersonal communication and teamwork skills
  • business networks

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NMIT provides specialist facilities and equipment to support the aims of the course. These include:

  • the St Georges Restaurant at the Preston campus and a bistro at the Collingwood campus
  • training bar
  • wine tasting laboratory
  • qualified academic staff supported by highly experienced industry practitioners
  • guest lecturers advising on current industry practice
  • work placement
  • field trips
  • research projects and assignments
  • strong links with the hospitality industry and professional associations

International Students please note: the international fee as displayed is charged on a per annum basis.

Entry Requirements:
Successful completion of Year 12 VCE (or equivalent) with English, or successful completion of a TAFE Diploma course in hospitality management (or equivalent), or relevant industry experience that demonstrates capacity to undertake work at degree level. An additional requirement for international students is International English Language Testing System (IELTS) Level 6.

Download the Terms and Conditions of Enrolment

International student enquiries to: i[email protected]