Holmesglen's Bachelor of Hospitality Management (BHM) is a three-year degree for those aspiring to a career in hospitality management. The course provides operational and higher level management skills, contextualised for hospitality.
Career opportunities, include:
- Opportunities exist within hotels across a range of roles such as front and back-of-house, rooms division, functions/events, sales/marketing or finance.
- Graduates have also moved directly into graduate management programs for large hotels, allowing them to develop their capabilities further within a multi-national company setting, or started their own hospitality businesses, from restaurants to cafes and catering operations.
Pathways to further study:
- The Bachelor of Hospitality Management can be used to apply for entry to relevant Masters or other post-graduate qualifications.
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Studying the Bachelor of Hospitality Management at Holmesglen
Students are challenged to collaborate and integrate technology, producing graduates who are confident in today's dynamic workplace. Students get the opportunity to put their learning into practice with two placement opportunities in the final year of study.
The range of options open to our graduates is enormous, from positions in major hotels, resorts, commercial catering operations, to restaurants and events management organisations. There are also abundant opportunities for graduates to establish their own businesses.
Hospitality is a world-wide industry; it is increasing its professionalism, requiring higher level qualifications from its workforce. Our Bachelor of Hospitality Management creates graduates ready to take on tomorrow's jobs.
At Holmesglen, we are committed to supporting our students to achieve their learning goals, so we provide small classes with hands-on experiences. With small classes, you won't be lost in the crowd. You'll soon get to know your fellow students and feel part of Holmesglen - and your teachers will know you as an individual.
All BHM academic staff have extensive industry experience and higher education teaching experience. The facilities used by students include the Zest training restaurant, coffee-making and kitchen facilities, the Holmesglen at Eildon campus for conference and student recreation facilities, as well as off-site visits to hospitality and tourism venues and businesses within Melbourne and regional Victoria.
All new students commencing in a higher education course must attend their faculty course orientation and Holmesglen's higher education orientation.
Applied hospitality design, Contemporary hospitality issues, Contemporary leadership techniques, Customer relationship management, Hospitality business law, Hospitality materials control, Human resource management in hospitality, Knowledge management, Organisational behaviour, Principles of financial reporting, Principles of hospitality management, Safety and security practices, Services marketing, Strategic management.
One (1) core subject and one (1) elective in the final year of study involve work-based placements.
Students can apply for an Internship as a double credit-point elective in the final semester of study.
||Introduction to research and communications for hospitality
||Principles of hospitality management
||Safety and security practices
||Hospitality business law
||Hospitality systems and procedures
||Hospitality service coordination
||Management in the service sector
||Knowledge management for hospitality
||Interpreting and Communicating Financial Information
||Sustaining business relationships
||Human resource management in hospitality
||Compliance And Risk Management In Hospitality
||Hospitality professional practice 1
||Contemporary hospitality issues
||Applied hospitality design
||Hospitality professional practice 3: Internship
||Hospitality professional practice 2
||Hospitality materials control
||Hospitality Revenue And Yield Management
||Food, Wine and the Visitor Experience
||Hospitality employment issues
||Customer relationship management
||Project management in hospitality
||Sustainable management of hospitality facilities
| Code || Name |
|BHM109||Introduction to research and communications for hospitality|
|BHM102||Principles of hospitality management|
|BHM103||Safety and security practices|
|BHM104||Hospitality business law|
|BHM105||Hospitality systems and procedures|
|BHM106||Hospitality service coordination|
|BHM107||Management in the service sector|
|BHM110||Knowledge management for hospitality|
|BHM201||Interpreting and Communicating Financial Information|
|BHM202||Sustaining business relationships|
|BHM203||Human resource management in hospitality|
|BHM205||Compliance And Risk Management In Hospitality|
|BHM312||Hospitality professional practice 1|
|BHM309||Contemporary hospitality issues|
|BHM310||Applied hospitality design|
|BHM311||Hospitality professional practice 3: Internship|
|BHM313||Hospitality professional practice 2|
|BHM204||Hospitality materials control|
|BHM208||Hospitality Revenue And Yield Management|
|BHM210||Food, Wine and the Visitor Experience|
|BHM303||Hospitality employment issues|
|BHM304||Customer relationship management|
|BHM307||Project management in hospitality|
|BHM314||Sustainable management of hospitality facilities|
Assessments are designed to provide learners with opportunities to demonstrate they have attained the required skills and knowledge using a range of practically based activities and tasks, as required by recognised standards.
For details of credit points, learning outcomes, weekly contact hours, assessments, pre-requisites and co-requisites, download the Bachelor of Hospitality Management subjects summary (Word-55kb).
For details on the profile of students undertaking this course, download the Bachelor of Hospitality Management student profile (Word-61kb).
For details on ATAR-based offers, download the ATAR-based Offers for the Bachelor of Hospitality Management (Word - 57kb).
Good passes at Year 12/Matriculation or the overseas equivalent or relevant senior
English language proficiency equivalent to IELTS 6.0 (Academic) with no individual bandscore
less than 6.0.
You may be able to shorten the length of your studies by measuring skills acquired through work, life experiences or qualifications obtained from formal studies or training, or work and life experience. Read more about gaining advanced standing and credits.
Qualification and recognition
After completing this course, you will receive the Bachelor of Hospitality Management.
How to apply
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Holmesglen recommends international students apply through one of our accredited student recruitment agents. This will assist you in the preparation of all application documents and ensure that you are well counselled on the Australian Government's Genuine Temporary Entrant (GTE) requirements for International students. Further information of the GTE requirements is available at: https://www.homeaffairs.gov.au.
To find out more, visit How to Apply for International Students.
If you have further questions about your application, please contact our International Centre:
T: 03 9564 1703
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|Course Fee||$15,900.00||Per annum|
|Materials fee||$690.00||Per annum|
|Non Tuition Costs*
*Includes but is not limited to living costs, overseas student health cover insurance premium and visa fees. Additional living costs apply for spouse/de facto and dependent children.
Other costs relating to obtaining a Working with Children Check, National Police Check or immunisation costs may apply, as relevant to the course requirements.
All fees are indicative only. Holmesglen reviews its tuition fees and charges annually. You will be required to pay the current fee that applies from the beginning of the next study period.
An additional administration fee may apply where the application is submitted directly to Holmesglen and not through a Holmesglen-approved education agent.
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