ICHMs Pre-Masters Program
This Pre-Masters Program is offered as an alternative pathway into the ICHM Master of International Hotel Management. Students who have a sub-Bachelor degree or insufficient English IELTS may be catered for by this program.
It is designed to be an academic language, literacy and numeracy bridging program for international students who have qualifications that are insufficient to gain them direct entry into the ICHM Master of International Hotel Management.
Students who do not meet the Standard Masters Entry Requirements may undertake the Pre-Masters Program if they hold a three-year qualification from countries, where NOOSR guidelines indicate that they do not recognise their tertiary study as equivalent to an Australian undergraduate degree, and/or they do not meet the Standard English Requirements for entry.
Student Circumstances For Entry To Masters & Pre-Masters Programs:
|Students Bachelor Degree Is Recognised||Student Has IELTS 6.5*||Entry Pathway to Masters|
|Yes||Yes||Direct entry to Masters|
|No, but has three year post secondary study||Yes||Student needs to complete Pre-Masters Program|
|No, but has three year post secondary study||No - bus has IELTS 6.0 and min 5.5 in any band**||Student needs to complete Pre-Masters Program|
*an IELTS of 6.5 is required for entry to the Masters, no band below 6.
**an IELTS of 6.0 is required for entry to the BBUS and no band below 6.
This program is a non-award, six months (one semester), full time program intended to enable students to demonstrate they are academically capable of completing upper level undergraduate subjects in Australia.
No qualification will be conferred on the students once they have completed this program of study, it is aimed to provide them with direct entry into the Master of International Hotel Management.
The program consists of four Bachelor Degree subjects. Students who successfully complete the four subjects will be considered equivalent to students who have completed the Bachelor of Business (Hospitality Management) subjects and therefore qualify for entry into the Master of International Hotel Management.
Students will be admitted, enrolled and subject to all relevant ICHM policies and procedures as non-award students.
BBHM301 - Managing Business Financial Performance
BBHM302 - Managing Productivity Through People
BBHM306 - Managing Food and Beverage Operations
BBHM307 - Managing Rooms Division
BIHM402 - Managing International Guest Expectations
BIHM412 - Event Management
Successful completion of a three year post-secondary qualification comparable to an Australian Associate Degree or Advanced Diploma; and English IELTS 6.0 overall (no band under 5.5).
To progress to the Master of International Hotel Management students must pass each subject and achieve a minimum weighted average mark (WAM) of 50%.
If a student completes any Masters Pathway Program units, and then seeks entry to the Bachelor of Business (Hospitality Management), then students may use these subjects for credit in the Bachelor of Business (Hospitality Management). No credit is permissible into the Masters program.
Tuition Fees (2022)
New International Students are required to pay a once off New Student Fee - A$250.
Domestic students A$3,257 (per subject) International students A$4,000 (per subject).