Study Hospitality and Tourism – first class Bachelor degrees in Queensland
|University in Queensland||Study
Hospitality & Tourism
Estimated annual fee for 2013
|University of Queensland (UQ)
|Bachelor of International Hotel and Tourism Management (BIHTM)
(choose between 3 specialist majors)
|– IELTS 6.5
(each subtest 6.0)
– GPA 4 (on scale of 7)
|Bachelor of Business (BBus)
Hospitality and Tourism majors
|– IELTS 6.0
(each subtest 5.5)
|James Cook University
|Bachelor of Business (Hospitality and Tourism Management Major)
|– IELTS 6.0
(each subtest 5.5)
澳洲留學-昆士蘭大學University of Queensland (UQ)
About UQ (CRICOS 00025B)
The University of Queensland is a research-intensive public university, with an enviable reputation in global rankings. Now more than 100 years old, UQ has several campuses in and around Queensland’s capital city of Brisbane, the largest of which being based in the suburb St Lucia.
The UQ School of Tourism is part of the Faculty of Business, Economics and Law – the three other schools housed in the faculty are Business, Economics, and Law. UQ has the only dedicated School of Tourism of Australia’s leading Group of Eight universities. Within the School of Tourism your studies may bring you into touch with fields including destination management, tourist behaviour and visitor experiences; labour management in hospitality; cultural diversity in event management; and technology services.
UQ Hospitality & Tourism
You can choose one of three study specialisms in Hospitality & Tourism at UQ.
Bachelor of International Hotel and Tourism Management (BIHTM)
Course overview – About the program課程簡介
Next we’ll take a look at the Tourism Management major.觀光管理介紹
It is a 3 year degree. There are two intakes per year; start in semester 1 (apply by November) or 2 (apply by May). UQ offers three options for specialist undergraduate study, offered as optional Majors: Hospitality Management, Event Management, Tourism Management.
Bachelor of International Hotel and Tourism Management國際飯店與觀光管理學士
Single major: Tourism Management觀光管理
Focusing on business management, this bachelors program is designed to produce graduates that can work at supervisory and management trainee levels in hotels and resorts worldwide, and in related areas of leisure and hospitality.
Courses designed to develop financial and managerial expertise mean that just as you will study food and beverage, and human resource management, you’ll become versed in accounting and economics, business law and ethics. You’ll learn about hotel facilities management, and about entrepreneurship.
Snapshot – a quick look at one of your classes within the program
Food & Beverage Management and Control
You’ll study this course to introduce theories, concepts and skills required for effective control and management of food and beverage operations. You’ll learn the key factors of control together with operational aspects of a successful food and beverage outlet. Students will have the opportunity to gain knowledge of current and emerging food and beverage trends together with legal and operational issues.
What do you need to enter this program?入學門檻
You need IELTS Academic 6.5 overall (with a minimum of 6.0 for each subtest). Your four year Bachelor degree needs a GPA of 4.0 (on a 7 point scale) in your final year of degree study.
雅思在6.5(單項不可低於6.0)，您的學士學位GPA需在4.0(on a 7 point scale)。
Career – Who are the UQ graduates?昆士蘭大學畢業生職涯走向
UQ’s Bachelor of International Hotel & Tourism Management leads to membership of professional groups including Australian Hotels Association, Pacific Asia Travel Association, and Queensland Tourism Industry Council.
Where do graduates work?畢業生未來就業方向
- • Conferences and conventions centres研討會或大型會議
- • Hospitality training and consultancy firms餐旅業培訓與顧問公司
- • Hotels and resorts飯店與渡假村
- • Institutional hospitality management餐旅管理機構
- • Performing and visual arts complexes表演與視覺藝術相關
- • Private event enterprises私人企業活動
- • State, regional and local tourism organisations地方、區域和國家的旅遊組織
- • Tourism and hotel consultancies觀光與飯店顧問公司
- • Other various aspects of the tourism industry其他觀光業
Queensland: Queensland: Brisbane (Nathan campus) & Gold Coast
About Griffith (CRICOS 00233E)
Because your study options at this university come under the Bachelor of Business (BBus), let’s introduce the Griffith Business School.
The Griffith School of Business has an enviable reputation in Australia – and the school is equally well-recognised internationally. Taking a view from the USA, the Aspen Institute has acknowledged Griffith Business among the first 100 schools – the top ranking in Australia. Based in Washington, the Aspen Institute rates schools for their proven success in incorporating social, environmental and ethical issues into Business programs. The business studies culture at Griffith University has given other degrees, such as the relatively new MBA, a five-star international rating. As a student majoring in hospitality, tourism or event management, you will receive a very high quality education at Griffith University.
Griffith大學的商學院在澳洲有相當良好的聲譽及國際認可，從美國Aspen Institute研究指出Griffith大學的商學院是業界中排名前100名的學校，同時也是澳洲學校中排名第一的。在華盛頓的Aspen Institute以他們的經驗結合社會、環境與倫理問題等探討商學院。相較於一些新的工商管理碩士，Griffith大學的研究風氣有國際五星級的評價，若您想要主修餐旅管理、觀光或活動管理等，Griffith大學將會讓您受到非常有品質的教育。
Griffith Hospitality & Tourism
You can choose one of six study specialisms in Hospitality & Tourism at Griffith.
Bachelor of Business (BBus)
Management (Hotel, Tourism, Event, Sustainable Tourism, Sport)
Development (Real Estate and Property)
Quick Q&A about the Griffith University Bachelor of Business…
Q: When do I start and how long is the course?
A: It is a 3 year degree. There are two intakes per year; start in February or July.
Q: Why are there 6 choices for BBus majors (& 11 choices for BBus minor awards)?
A: Griffith Bachelor of Business programs are designed to link to strong service industries in Australia, so the range of specialisms reflects this.
Q: How do I choose which major to apply for, especially if I’m not yet sure about some of the options?
A: Griffith have designed the degree to be flexible, so that you can shift major later if you choose to. In the first year of this business degree, you study core business units which are relevant to each major. The course can adapt to your areas of interest – as they develop and as you study.
Q: Will I get industry experience?
A: Yes – a minimum of 150 hours of work placement is part of your degree.
Q: Does the course have a good reputation?
A: Yes – the program is 21 years old and has been awarded Australia’s Best Tourism Educator (National Tourism Awards). Griffith Tourism Department is main winner of the Queensland Tourism Education and Training Award.