Bachelor of International Hotel and Tourism Management

Bond University

Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Level: Undergraduate
CRICOS: 00017B

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.




  • ACCT11-100: Accounting Principles (10CP)HRTM12-203: Rooms Division Management (10CP)HRTM12-204: Contemporary Issues in Hospitality and Tourism Management (10CP)HRTM12-205: Strategic Pricing and Revenue Management (10CP)HRTM12-206: Tourism Analysis and Evaluation (10CP)HRTM12-212: WHS Risk Management (10CP)HRTM12-220: Sustainable Tourism and Indigenous Culture (10CP)IBUS12-251: Concepts of Strategy (10CP)LAWS10-100: Business Law (10CP)MGMT13-305: Human Resource Management (10CP)MKTG11-100: Marketing (10CP)

Standard entry requirements

Australian Year 12 qualification or equivalent Selection Rank

Study information

CampusFeesMid year intakeAttendance
Gold Coast International: $129,600 Yes
  • Full-time : 2 years

Further information

The Bachelor of International Hotel and Tourism Management is a qualification accepted nationally and internationally by leading hotel and tourism industry employers. Graduates often attain roles in Airlines, Cruises, Event Companies, Hotels, Government, Research, Resorts, Restaurants, and Theme Parks.

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