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.
There were 25 hotel representatives at this semester’s Career Fair and more than 100 highly motivated students keen to speak to them.
At General Assembly this week Dr Whyte announced that he has decided on a change of lifestyle, which includes not working full time.
Graduate Moon Kang rejoins ICHM following a stellar career, most recently as Food & Beverage Director at the Shangri-La Hotel, Sydney.
Industry guru Mark Keith returned to campus this week to pass on wisdom and insight, focusing on leadership, brand and the unreasonable.
Momo from Nepal and chicken and pork adobo from Malaysia were just two dishes from 10 countries served up at the international FoodFest.
ICHM students and staff spoke up and out about contract cheating as part of an International Day of Action Against Contract Cheating.
On 30 September 1992 ICHM was born. Just 120 days later the first intake, 47 students, including four internationals, began the ICHM legend.
Graduation ceremonies are always prestigious affairs, but especially so in 2017 as ICHM celebrated the largest graduation ever in its 25-year history.
Sujoy Banerjee’s extensive and global background stands him in good stead as lecturer in Management Practices, Human Resources and Applied Business Communication.
As ICHM gets set to celebrate its 25th anniversary there is a lot to shout about, including an alumni of some 2500 graduates.
ICHM has more than 40 graduates with AccorHotels throughout Australia and in Asia, Canada and South America. A recent flyer profiles seven.
Lecturer Amir Gholami says he is exactly where he belongs, his qualifications combining with an equally impressive finance/hospitality career.
Strength in numbers was just one of the messages in an inspirational presentation by Sarah Derry, Vice President, Talent & Culture AccorHotels Australia.
ICHM has three events locked into its calendar. Each celebrates academic and work placement achievements and provides opportunities to
network, network, network.