Australia’s stunning natural scenery and sunny weather make it a top tourist destination, and our fresh local produce and numerous wine regions inspire chefs worldwide. With international travel on hold for the time being, there has been a boom in domestic tourism.
The field of hospitality includes areas of study such as tourism management, ecotourism, culinary management, international tourism, food studies, and management of resorts, restaurants and hotels.
Our ratings look at specific strengths of Australian universities, giving insight to support and guide your decision-making when choosing a university.
This month, we looked at which Australian universities with undergraduate degrees in humanities and social sciences performed best in overall experience, full-time employment and skills development.
This rating looks at the proportion of students who were satisfied with the overall quality of their educational experience. Griffith University in Queensland ranked highest with a satisfaction rate of 92.5%, followed very closely by Australian Catholic University (ACU) with a satisfaction rate of 92%.
This rating compares the employment rates of graduates of undergraduate degrees from different universities. It looks at the proportion of graduates who were employed full time four months after completing their course. Monash University in Victoria scored highest with an 84.6% full-time employment rate, followed by Southern Cross University, which scored 74.4%.
This rating looks at the proportion of students who were satisfied with the skill development they experienced through their studies. The University of Notre Dame Australia took the top spot with a satisfaction rate of 90.6%, followed by Queensland’s Griffith University, which scored 89.7%.
View all 2021 rankings for tourism and hospitality — filter by state, or level of study to view both undergraduate and postgraduate ratings.