Combining a comprehensive suite of specialist subjects supported by core management skills, our three-year degree gives you the skills for senior positions and leadership in the international resort and hotel industry.
Foundational knowledge includes the industry's structure, language and key organisations, while highly transferable management skills include human resources, finance, marketing and leadership. Keeping pace with the industry's rapid rate of change, we examine changing business models and management practices, the internal and external factors shaping the face of the industry, and disruptive activities and opportunities.
The industry's evolution is addressed through various contexts, including historic and cultural, while we look to the future with the challenges and opportunities of the digital age.
Industry professionals share their knowledge in the classroom but learning goes well beyond campus. Our extensive industry connections facilitate field trips and site inspections to hotels and resorts in Melbourne and regional Victoria, giving you opportunities to experience front and back-of-house operations.
Our graduates emerge as forward thinkers with an appetite for success in a global environment. Build valuable expertise using simulations, industry-standard software programs and technology to use simulations in analysing, innovating and challenging the status quo. Graduates can expect to move to senior management positions with relevant industry experience.
The Angliss Experience
- Discover emerging accommodation and hospitality trends and issues through study tours, field trips and guest lectures
- Build valuable expertise using simulations, industry standard software programs and technology
Course CodeBachelor of Resort and Hotel Management - CRS1400274
Study AreaHotel Management
Course LevelBachelor Degree
Course IntakeFebruary, July
3 years full-time
Full-time: 12-18 per week
Part-time: 6-9 per week
William Angliss Institute accepts direct applications from domestic students who are not currently in Year 12. Call 1300ANGLISS
Year 12 students applying for the February intake must apply through VTAC.
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.
All students must undertake RES501 Foundation Academic Communication Skills in their first semester (unless otherwise agreed).
Electives can be chosen from the suite of Higher Education Subjects. Please note that not all subjects are available in all courses and study periods.
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Eligibility for entry can be demonstrated by ATAR score, previous study, work experience and other factors.
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With the relevant work experience graduate employment opportunities include but are not limited to:
- Resort or hotel duty manager
- Food and beverage manager
- Revenue manager
- Rooms’ division manager
- General Manager