It was expensive as I couldn't get CSP for what it was.
If I went back I wouldn't do it again.
It was good for the industry but unnecessary
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 for a class its around $3,800, so for one year (8 classes) its around $30,000. For this investment of my time and money (four year course) i need to see some return on this.
My advice to future students - Really consider if you want to work in hotels or hospitality. If business interests you, go to another university that gives you a generic business degree.
If it is hotels and hospitality you are interested in, and want to be working in upper management positions or start your own hospitality company in the future, this course is great for you. The placements and opportunities given to ICHM students is great!
Its a great course if you are interested in hotel management, it gives you opportunity to go to industry.
But it costs a lot to study for a year.
My advice to future students is: You will meet with lots of different people, so be prepared. And ensure you can effort the cost
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