US hotel giant Marriott International is bringing The Ritz-Carlton brand back to Australia, and graduate Angela Wong is on the ground in Perth.
Student Bidhya Poudel is living the dream since coming to Australia in January 2018.
ICHM was fortunate to have Paul Town on campus on 19th March, with the graduate’s presentation ranging from casino operations to startups.
Graduate Ang Sherpa has long held an interest in business and hospitality, and the graduate is now happily in Adelaide and immersed in both.
ICHM’s ‘Swissness’ gained high praise from Patrick Wille, Honorary Consul of Switzerland, on campus with Bernadette Hunkeler Brown, Consul General of Switzerland.
Wow! It is great when the Australian Government and the South Australian Government come up with a strategy that is good for ICHM students and graduates.
'If the number of hotels in the pipeline are not screaming opportunity, then you’re not listening’, says IHG’s Pavithran Nambiar and Mardi Sparrow.
Similar to many other graduates, Nepalese Gaurab Ghimire earned his first full-time position from his final industry placement.
ICHM’s Course Commencement Ceremony for its 53rd intake was held at a venue of a completely different kind - the Adelaide Zoo.
It began in 2008 when Manoj Shrestha came to ICHM for 4th Year. Since then more than 50 Nepalese have followed in his path.
Jason McGowan is one of ICHM’s graduate General Managers, and serves on the college’s 21-member Graduate in Industry International Advisory Committee.
Graduate David Utshink has been headhunted from Doma Hotels to work on Project Wing, a world first for product delivery via a drone.
Exciting job opportunities ahead! This was the message to students from SKYCITY Adelaide’s Cameron Tannock and ICHM graduate Michael Neal.
Undoubtedly, there is no other industry in the world quite like hospitality for opening up so many bright possibilities. And at ICHM our focus is to make sure our students are positioned to make the most of them, through providing a learning environment that reflects an industry for which change is as unrelenting as it is fast paced.
ICHM now has three GMs in Adelaide: Justin McConnell, Next Hotels & Resorts; Tim Newell, Atura Adelaide Airport; and Bodelle Francis, Ibis Adelaide.
First year Georgie Lehmann’s mother Nicki Lehmann (nee Wittenberg) was a student at ICHM, which makes Georgie an ICHM ‘first'.
Natasha DuPlessis, Hotel Manager - Mercure and Ibis Brisbane took students on a trip down memory lane when on campus on 25th September.
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.