Bachelor of Business (Hospitality Management) International College of Hotel Management - ICHM

2.75 out of 5 from 4 reviews
Bachelor Degree
3.0 years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

Academic Subjects And Descriptors
The ICHM course of “One Program, Two Degrees” has been specially designed to give its graduates the competitive edge in the international hospitality environment.

Students can choose to conclude their studies upon completion of their Bachelor of Business (Hospitality Management) degree. They may, however, choose to undertake the more advanced Bachelor of International Hotel Management (Swiss Hotel Association) which provides additional internationally relevant and emerging business management knowledge and skills.

General Management & Administration, Human Resource Management, Marketing & Sales, Event Management, Food & Beverage Management, Accounts & Finance, Room...

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Average ratings for Bachelor of Business (Hospitality Management) International College of Hotel Management - ICHM based on 4 reviews
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Student Reviews

February 2018
Year completed 2019

Positive - I really like the small class groups and being able to get paid work as part of the degree is great.
Negative - It is too expensive and the work load can be too much because we do eight subjects in one semester.

My advice to future students is: Its worth it if you can afford it but you dont really need to go to...

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February 2018
Year completed 2018

I did the Bachelor of Business (Hotel Management) and Bachelor of Hospitality Management and The International College of Hotel Management.

Positives: The lecturers are great! Most of the classes are great.

Negatives: some of the classes either need to be taken out or refined. It isn't subsidised by the government so f...

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February 2018
Year completed 2019

Positive, the school friends,
The negatives seem to be endless

My advice to future student - Work your way up in the industry and get another degree.

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February 2018
Year completed 2018

The only positive is that it pretty much guarantees a job out of it because we are required to log industry experience hours throughout the period.

Negative- the lecturers aren't trained in tertiary education so some don't know how to teach... They are only professionals in the area they teach so when it comes to assessme...

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