On Campus - AdelaideNon-Award

Study Abroad Program

Non-Award
Clipboard iconQuick Facts

Study Method

ICHM’s standard mode of delivery is face to face with incorporated technology enhanced learning (TEL).

Course Code

ICHM has 3 Study abroad Programs:

Study Abroad 1:

CRICOS: 078998C

Study Duration: 6 months

(one academic semester)


Study Abroad 2:

CRICOS: 0728999C

Study Duration: 1 year

(two academic semesters)


Study Abroad 3:

CRICOS: 079000C

Study Duration: 1 year

(one academic semester + one WIL semester)


Subject Summary

4-8 Subjects

Work integrated learning off campus placements

Certificate iconQualification Info

Awards

Non-Award

AQF Level

Non-Award

Calendar iconIntake Dates
25 July 2022

This is studying abroad for experience seekers. Immersed in Australian life, living like a local and learning international skills. Pack your bags for an unforgettable experience. 

Study Abroad is a non-award program available for international students who are already studying at another institution or university. With the Study Abroad Program, ICHM invites students from all around the world to study in Adelaide for six months, and then undertake a paid work placement in an Australian hotel for six months (the work placement is optional). 

Together with your own university or hotel school you can select up to 8 subjects (or as few as 4 subjects) at different levels.

 

Entry Requirements

Students must be studying at another institution or university. To study at ICHM students will need an IELTS of 5.5. (no band below 5.0); or TOEFL (IBT) 60 overall (min 15 in any band); or recognised equivalent.

 

Visa Requirements

Students will apply for a Student Visa (subclass 500) Non-Award Temporary Visa. This has a limit of 12 months, inclusive of English, tuition and work placements. Find details regarding Study Abroad Visa here.

All international students coming to Australia on student visas are required to pay for Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) for the full duration of their studies.

Tuition fees are calculated by the number of subjects studied. The per subject cost for 2022 is fixed at A$4,000. So your tuition fees will depend on the number of subjects you choose; for example the six month academic fee for studying four subjects on the campus will be A$16,000. 

If you want to study additional subjects, you pay the per subject cost for each one undertaken. All Study Abroad students pay a one off New Student Fee.

ICHM’s Work Integrated Learning (WIL) process has been designed to ensure students leave their degree industry ready and can hit the ground running.

The professional internship provides a placement opportunity which enables students to consolidate the skills and knowledge they have acquired in practical, professional settings to achieve the subject learning outcomes and complete assessments which integrate theory and practice and facilitate self-reflection and critical analysis. In addition to participating in the workforce with a host company as part of a structured internship or creating their own entrepreneurship venture, the students will also complete a placement project on an issue of strategic value to their host company or own venture, as described in the next section.

Students will critically reflect upon their own development plan and progress through the preparation of a reflective assessment that considers the impact of identified workplace experiences on their personal development and future career progression opportunities. This subject also allows students the opportunity to explore their professional interests; test their industry expectations or possible start-up creations and ideas; apply, practice and develop real world employability skills; and form professional networks for future career success.

ICHM prides itself on the quality and number of WIL placements available to its students. These placements form an integral and extremely valuable part of all the ICHM degree programs.

ICHM works with a number of valued industry partners across hospitality and broader business industries, both within Australia and around the world, to facilitate placements which will enhance the career prospects of each individual student.

Hyatt
The Langham
The Star
Hilton
Accor
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TEQSA

Australia’s Higher Education providers are registered and monitored by a number of Commonwealth Government departments and agencies. Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA) has responsibility for the registration of ICHM, and to accredit its courses. ICHM has been registered for seven years, the longest term TEQSA is able to approve private providers. All courses and qualifications listed on this page are Registered Courses with Course Codes are approved by TEQSA. ICHM’s TEQSA ID is PRV12099.


REGISTERED COURSES COURSE ID

  • Master of International Hotel Management CRS1400554

  • Graduate Diploma in International Hotel Management CRS1400553

  • Graduate Certificate in International Hotel Management CRS1400552

  • Bachelor of Business (Hospitality Management) CRS1200832

  • Bachelor of Business CRS1401090

  • Bachelor of Business (Entrepreneurship) CRS1401096

  • Bachelor of Business (Marketing) CRS1401093

  • Associate Degree of Business CRS1401091

  • Associate Degree of Business (Entrepreneurship) CRS1401097

  • Associate Degree of Business (Marketing) CRS1401094

  • Diploma of Business CRS1401092

  • Diploma of Business (Entrepreneurship) CRS1401098

  • Diploma of Business (Marketing) CRS1401095

  • Undergraduate Certificate of Hotel, Tourism and Hospitality Operations CRS14001045


FEE-HELP

The Commonwealth Department of Education and Training has approved ICHM as a FEE-HELP provider. FEE-HELP allows Australian and other eligible students students to obtain student loans.

The Study Assist website studyassist.gov.au provides information for students about government assistance for financing tertiary study.


TUITION ASSURANCE

The Tuition Protection Service (TPS) is an initiative of the Australian Government to assist and support students whose education providers are unable to complete the delivery of their course of study. While provider closures are rare, when a provider does stop delivering a course it can be a worrying and uncertain time for students. The TPS is in place to provide information and assist affected students. In relation to ICHM, the TPS provides assistance and support to:

  • International students on student visas

  • Domestic higher education students accessing the Higher Education Loans Program (FEE-HELP)

  • Domestic full fee paying students.

In the event of a provider default, eligible students will be supported to continue their studies in an equivalent or similar course, receive a loan re credit for open units of study, or receive a refund for their upfront payments made for an affected unit.


AQF

The Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) is the national policy for regulated qualifications in Australian education and training. The AQF describes the equivalencies of Australian undergraduate and postgraduate degrees; the ICHM Master of International Hotel Management, Bachelor of Business, Bachelor of Business (Entrepreneurship), Bachelor of Business (Marketing) and Bachelor of Business (Hospitality Management) are thus equivalent in standing to any Australian university degree.


WEB REFERENCES

Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA) teqsa.gov.au

Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) aqf.edu.au

Commonwealth Register of Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS) cricos.education.gov.au

Education Services for Overseas Students (ESOS) internationaleducation.gov.au/Regulatory-Information/ Pages/Regulatoryinformation.aspx

International Education (IE) Group internationaleducation.gov.au

Study Assist studyassist.gov.au

The indicative number of students enrolled in the Bachelor of Business (Hospitality Management) each year is in excess of 250 students. Students enrolled in the Study Abroad Program study with these students as the subjects in the Study Abroad Program are first year subjects in the Bachelor of Business (Hospitality Management).

Orientation sessions at ICHM are held in week one at the start of each study period to provide a friendly welcome to all new students from Australia and around the world.

With students drawn from around the world, students may not know anyone else before they start studying. The orientation sessions are offered to help you get to know each other, introduce you to campus life either in Adelaide or online, to help you get to know your learning environment, support services and facilities, understand our mutual obligations, our services, meet your lecturers, and just generally settle in.

You can find a range of accommodation options at studyadelaide.

 

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