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Bachelor of International Hotel and Tourism Management

Program overview

With more than 12 million visitors annually, there is no better place to study Hotel and Tourism Management than the Gold Coast – the tourism capital of Australia.

Bond’s Bachelor of International Hotel and Tourism Management will prepare you for professional and managerial roles in the global tourism and hotel industries. You will develop the knowledge and skills required by managers in modern hospitality and tourism businesses with special emphasis on hotel, tourism and event operations, sustainable tourism, tourism industry analysis, revenue management, and human resource management.

Benefit from working in small supportive groups with dedicated teachers who bring a wealth of international academic and industry experience to the classroom.

In this degree there is an emphasis placed on practical and experiential learning through field trips, industry experience, internships which can be taken concurrently during your studies, and real-life case studies.

Program code: BN-10019

CRICOS code: 063584E

Program overview

With more than 12 million visitors annually, there is no better place to study Hotel and Tourism Management than the Gold Coast – the tourism capital of Australia.

Bond’s Bachelor of International Hotel and Tourism Management will prepare you for professional and managerial roles in the global tourism and hotel industries. You will develop the knowledge and skills required by managers in modern hospitality and tourism businesses with special emphasis on hotel, tourism and event operations, sustainable tourism, tourism industry analysis, revenue management, and human resource management.

Benefit from working in small supportive groups with dedicated teachers who bring a wealth of international academic and industry experience to the classroom.

In this degree there is an emphasis placed on practical and experiential learning through field trips, industry experience, internships which can be taken concurrently during your studies, and real-life case studies.

Program code: BN-10019

CRICOS code: 063584E

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About this program

The Bachelor of International Hotel and Tourism Management will prepare you for professional and managerial roles in the global tourism and hotel industries. You will develop the knowledge and skills required by managers in modern hospitality and tourism businesses with special emphasis on; hotel, tourism and event operations, sustainable tourism, tourism industry analysis, revenue management and human resource management. Emphasis is placed on practical and experiential learning through field trips, industry experience, internships, and real-life case studies. Students will undertake an Industry Experience Placement or an Employment Activity as part of the Beyond Bond program.

What you'll be studying

  • Year 1

    Your introduction to our Bachelor of International Hotel and Tourism Management program will include the completion of your essential introductory and intermediate level subjects. These include Bond University core subjects which ensure every student develops skills in critical thinking, collaboration, leadership, and integrity, in addition to seven required subjects for this program which include Tourism Analysis and Evaluation, Sustainable Tourism and Indigenous Culture and two directed electives for Hotel and Tourism Management.

     

Program features

  • Stand out

    Hit the ground running and graduate with industry experience by undertaking an Industry Experience Placement or an Employment Activity while you study.

  • Global opportunities

    Bolster your global experience during your degree with internship placements, study tours, or an International Semester or Exchange Program.

  • Build your network

    Gain access to high profile Australian and international business leaders and alumni through a range of networking opportunities through the Bond Business School, Career Development Centre, Alumni Centre, and student associations.

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Hear from our Bondies

  • I have entered the workforce with a relevant academic education, and multiple industry experiences under my belt including internships with the Marriott and Sheraton hotels. Bond's personalised culture has allowed me to graduate with a well-rounded skill set which has ultimately led me to the role I am in today. Upon graduation I was accepted for the Star Entertainment graduate management program. Stacey holds the Leisure and Event Marketing Coordinator position at the Star Entertainment.

    Stacey Messini - IHTM alumna
  • Hotel Management

    "A world of career opportunities wait for graduates of our hotel and tourism programs as the industry repositions itself to respond to pent up demand for travel. Our programs are designed to equip graduates with the skills and knowledge required to provide exceptional guest and visitor experiences and to identify market opportunities through robust analysis of tourism data. They have been developed, with input from industry professionals, to develop future managers and leaders who can analyse complex information; develop strategies to identify and manage risk; build business resilience; embed sustainable practices into the business; and apply revenue management practices."

    Dr Carmen Cox - Associate Professor
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Hear from our Bondies

  • I have entered the workforce with a relevant academic education, and multiple industry experiences under my belt including internships with the Marriott and Sheraton hotels. Bond's personalised culture has allowed me to graduate with a well-rounded skill set which has ultimately led me to the role I am in today. Upon graduation I was accepted for the Star Entertainment graduate management program. Stacey holds the Leisure and Event Marketing Coordinator position at the Star Entertainment.

    Stacey Messini - IHTM alumna
  • Hotel Management

    "A world of career opportunities wait for graduates of our hotel and tourism programs as the industry repositions itself to respond to pent up demand for travel. Our programs are designed to equip graduates with the skills and knowledge required to provide exceptional guest and visitor experiences and to identify market opportunities through robust analysis of tourism data. They have been developed, with input from industry professionals, to develop future managers and leaders who can analyse complex information; develop strategies to identify and manage risk; build business resilience; embed sustainable practices into the business; and apply revenue management practices."

    Dr Carmen Cox - Associate Professor
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