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Course Description

Expand your global perspective, knowledge and experience in this exciting, truly international four-year Bachelor degree.

Building on the comprehensive three-year Bachelor of Resort and Hotel Management, a fourth year of study equips you for a career in a highly competitive field. 

The study of specialised economics and hotel data analytics will give you highly sought-after skills, while a tailored international study tour forms the basis of an in-depth research project and the first step in a management career.

Thanks to our strong network of global contacts, you will also undertake a six-month work placement in an international location or complete six months study at one of our international partner institutes in Spain, Italy or England, giving you the edge in contrasting the industry in different global settings.

The Angliss Experience

Central to this degree is a tailored, immersive international study experience. Choose from

  • A supported six-month work placement in an international location or
  • Complete six months study at one of our international partner institutes. (Spain, Italy or England).


Course Code


Study Area

Hotel Management

Course Level

Bachelor Degree

Course Structure

Year 1

HOH501Fundamentals of the Resort and Hotel Industry
HOS501Food and Beverage Operations
MAN501Management Fundamentals
HOS551Hospitality Concepts and Context
HOH509Rooms Division Operations
MAN502Financial Concepts
MAN601Introduction to Marketing
Electives1 (1st year)

Year 2

MAN606Human Resource Operations for the Service Industry
HOS602Food and Beverage Service Management
MAN605Financial Analysis and Decision Making
HOS651People and Place
HOH601Digital Marketing and Distribution
HOH609Managing Resort Operations
Electives2 (2nd year)

Year 3

MAN706Innovation and Entrepreneurship
MAN702Risk and Legal Issues
MAN703Revenue Management
TOU751Taking Responsibility for Tourism and Hospitality
HOH709Emerging Trends in the Resort and Hotel Industry
MAN707Strategy, Change and Leadership
Electives2 (3rd year)

Year 4

HOH759International Practice - Study Tour
HOH739Hotel Data Science
HOH749 The Economics of Resorts and Hotels
HOH738International Professional Practice - International Study or Work Placement


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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Course admission requirements

Admissions Transparency

William Angliss Institute is committed to admissions transparency.

All applicants for the Bachelor of Resort and Hotel Management (International Practice) must demonstrate that they meet the following admission requirements:

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