On behalf of ICHM, the Minister for Industry and Skills David Pisoni conferred degrees upon graduands of 18 different nationalities spanning six continents.
The venue may have been different, but the high spirits of new and returning students remained the same at this semester’s Course Commencement.
Digital disruption expert Dr Peter O’Connor was on campus to bring clarity to the fast developing and complex hotel online distribution landscape.
Graduate Alesha Brewer has a career with wellbeing in mind after a 10-month stint on luxury cruise ship,
Harmony of the Seas.
ICHM congratulates graduate Benjamin Krieg who has been appointed Area General Manager Thailand – Midscale and Economy Brands at AccorHotels.
The legacy of Dr Ian Whyte will be forever woven into the culture of ICHM, in particular through the catchphrase:
network, network, network!
Laughter and intention filled the kitchen as students worked their way through the creation on an internationally inspired feast on 3 June at Regency International House.
Degree alumni Carlijne Mouthaan made it into her university’s ‘Walkway of Fame’ in the Netherlands.
ICHM’s Director Administration Roger Stevens retires after 13 years’ overseeing Finance, Administration, Admissions and Human Resources. Natalie Simmons steps into the role.
Accor’s Rochelle Choyna says she loves seeing students at Career Fair, as they are driven in their careers and present well.
Delaware North flew Naomi Ryan to the Gold Coast for the closeout of the Commonwealth Games, where she worked in Human Resources.
General Manager Common Man Coffee Roasters, Singapore-based Matthew (Matt) McLauchlan is the first graduate to visit campus this semester to speak to students.
Looking for Work? Not ICHM graduates! As evidence shows, we are clearly doing a good job in preparing our students for the workplace.
ICHM has three foremost ceremonies in its calendar of events: End of Course and Course Commencement, held each semester; and Graduation, held annually.
ICHM awarded five scholarships in 2018: four went to students from Australia, and one to a student from Christchurch, New Zealand (pictured).
Lily is a regular visitor to campus during exam time, encouraging students to take a break and lighten up from their studies.
Graduate Iain Gunn has been appointed to two tourism-related boards: Visit Ballarat and the Accommodation Association of Australia’s Victorian State Advisory Board
As Managing Director of Too Build, graduate Ian Wilson was front and centre at this month’s groundbreaking ceremony for Mantra Epping.
His studies rounded out by a placement at a world-class luxury resort, Malaysian-born Yen Aun Leow makes an enterprising return to Kangaroo Island.