Master of International Tourism & Hospitality Management – Master of Business Administration (MITHM-MBA)

Provider:
James Cook University Brisbane
Course Code:
MITHM-MBA
CRICOS Code:
081132F
Qualification Level:
Masters
Course Area:
Food, Hospitality and Personal Services
Duration:
2-Year
Study Mode:
Full Time
Location:
Queensland
Course Fee:
$65,440 Per Course
Delivery Mode:
Blended Delivery
Target:
International

Course Overview

The Master of International Tourism and Hospitality Management (MITHM) is a multidisciplinary program that explores tourism from a social, economic and environmental perspective. The program provides graduates from a range of disciplines with the skills needed to sustainably manage tourism products, resources, and infrastructure.

International Tourism and Hospitality Management graduates are in high demand across all sectors of the industry in Australia and overseas. The program offers a diverse range of coursework subjects in areas such as tourism analysis and strategy, tourism systems analysis, hospitality and gastronomy, global destination competitiveness, economic decision making in hospitality, tourist behaviour, sustainability and marketing.

You can complete the Master of International Tourism and Hospitality Management as an independent award or combine it with our MBA as a joint degree.

Entry Requirement

Admission Requirements
Academic Entry Requirements
Please see details through this link.
Language Requirement
IELTS Score (Minimum)
Overall score of 6.5, with no subject below 6.0.

Career Opportunities

Australian hospitality jobs differ in their fast-paced approach and ever-changing work environment. Whilst Australia’s population is small in comparison with other developed nations – the hospitality scene is rapidly expanding. The restaurant industry alone is currently worth around $12 billion*, with hotels and resorts worth $6 billion on top of that. In Brisbane specifically, The Queen’s Wharf development positions Brisbane as an international tourism destination that attracts visitors and investment to Brisbane and Greater Queensland. The tourism demand forecasting and research undertaken by Destination Brisbane Consortium indicates the facilities and attractions proposed for Queen’s Wharf Brisbane will generate:

Estimated 1.39 million additional tourist visitors per annum.

Create more than 8,000 jobs in Queensland once operational**

*http://www.ibisworld.com.au/ industry/default.aspx?indid=2010

**http://www. destinationbrisbaneconsortium. com.au/FAQ.php

Potential Career Options

Café Manager

Restaurant Manager

Conference and Event Coordinator

Duty Manager

Travel Agent/Consultant

Venue Manager

Hotel Front Office Manager

Business Development Manager

Functions Supervisor

Internship or Work Placement

Jump start your career – get real industry experience working in an Australian organisation.

Set yourself apart from your peers with on the job training, gaining additional skills and industry experience to complement your degree. Through this unique world class program you can be placed in a professional organisation to work on a real project. Upon completion of your degree, you will have industry experience and a validated referee for your resume giving you an advantage in a competitive employment environment.

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