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Course Description

This program features industry experts providing an opportunity for you to learn, observe, question, and receive feedback from accomplished hospitality start-ups founders, representatives and venture capitalists.

It aims to develop and elevate an entrepreneurial mindset to drive innovation and sustainability in the hospitality industry. You will evaluate financing options, learn how to build high-performance teams and foster a dynamic culture that embraces innovation.

The course is designed to cultivate your entrepreneurial leadership capacity through experiential learning methods.

The final year of study provides you with the opportunity to establish and demonstrate a strategic entrepreneurial focus.

The Experience

  • Innovate, iterate and solve real-world hospitality problems through entrepreneurship
  • Develop the right mindset and skills to make your entrepreneurial ambition a reality
  • Build entrepreneurial leadership capacity to create innovative hospitality ventures and organisations
  • Learn at the purpose-built hospitality institute

Career Outcomes

With the relevant work experience, graduate employment opportunities include but are not limited to:

  • Entrepreneur
  • Manager
  • Dynamic leader
  • Creatives working in innovation labs or incubators


Course Code


Study Area


Course Level


Course Intake

Feb, July


2 years (full-time)



Course Mode



Course Hours

Full-Time: 12-18 per week

Part-Time: 6-9 per week


William Angliss Institute accepts direct applications from domestic students.

For more information on application requirements, please contact us.

Angliss considers you a domestic student if you:

  • Are an Australian or New Zealand Citizen
  • Are an Australian Permanent Resident
  • Have an Australian Permanent Humanitarian Visa

If you are unsure or hold a different visa type, please contact our Admission Team for more information.

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In the final semester you will work with industry mentors, through an incubation process to bring your ideas to life.



  • Semester 1 - 4 Subjects
  • Semester 2 - 4 Subjects


  • Semester 1 - 4 Subjects
  • Semester 2 - Incubator

Year 1

LED851Leading Self and Others
LED852People and Culture Driven Leadership
MAN801Financial Management and Data Analytics
ENT809Entrepreneurial Mindset, Practices & Experiences
ENT819Financing Entrepreneurial Ventures
MAN901Design Thinking for the Experience Economy
ENT829Entrepreneurial Leadership & Innovation
Elective1 in Semester 2

Year 2

LED951Leadership in Uncertain Times
ENT909Strategic Entrepreneurship
ENT917Entrepreneurial Incubator: From Idea to Pre-launch
Elective1 in Semester 2
ENT918Entrepreneurial Incubator: From Idea to Launch

Entry requirements

Available on application.

Domestic Student Fees Melbourne Campus

Circumstances for everyone are different and this can affect what and how you pay for your course.

A range of options are available to assist with payment of course fees including:

FEE –HELP loans – for eligible degree students

Semester tuition fee (full-time)