Diploma of Business in Hotel Management

Melbourne | Perth | Digital Campus

Overview

​Boost your career with a Diploma of Business in Hotel Management from ASM!

Duration Duration 1 Year
Duration Locations Melbourne | Perth | Digital Campus
Duration Units 8 Units
Duration Credits 72 Credit Points

Diploma of Business in Hotel Management

If you want to thrive in the fast-paced world of hospitality and tourism, our course is the perfect way to advance your skills and gain essential knowledge that will help you excel in the industry.

This 1-year course features 8 units designed to give you a broad understanding of many concepts that directly apply to business and hospitality, so you can feel prepared to step into a position in a hotel or resort setting.

The Diploma of Business in Hotel Management gives you the option of advancing to the second year of the Bachelor of Business in Hotel Management or Associate Degree of Business in Hotel Management, so you can manage your education in a way that suits you and tackle your studies step by step.

The Diploma of Business in Hotel Management at ASM is the key to making a start in your dream job - are you ready to take this opportunity?

Course Structure

The Diploma of Business in Hotel Management at ASM is a higher education diploma consisting of 8 business units, covering various disciplines such as Management, Accounting, Organisational Behaviour and Leadership, as well as two key Hotel Management major units.

Duration:

1 year

Total Units:

8 units

6 core units (54 Credit Points)

2 major units (18 Credit Points)

Course Requirements:

72 credit points

Delivery Modes:                  

Campus:

Perth (Domestic and international students)

Melbourne (Domestic and international students)

Online: Study anywhere, anytime online (Domestic students and offshore international students only)

​Course ID: ​CRS1201490


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Credit for Prior Learning

ASM offers advanced standing to applicants who have completed a relevant qualification at an accredited educational institution. Relevant qualifications may include accredited business management courses. Advanced standing applications will be assessed on a case-by-case basis. If an applicant wishes to gain advanced standing, this must be made clear at the time of application.

FEE-HELP

FEE-HELP is a government loan scheme that assists eligible Australian students to pay all or part of their tuition fees. FEE-HELP loans are paid back once you earn over the FEE-HELP threshold. For more information, see our FEE-HELP page.

Fees at ASM cover:

  • Access to all of our award-winning facilities and services
  • All course tuition and assessment
  • Student Handbook & Subject Guides
  • Student ID & Student Concession Card
  • MyASM student account
  • English language support (if required)
  • Remedial support lessons (weekly)
  • Free printing allowance valued at $150pa
  • Wireless network and broadband internet access
  • Full range of Student Support Services.

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​2017 Australian Citizens/PR Student Fees

2017 International Student Fees

​​​2017 Business Hotel Management Fee Schedule - Melbourne and Perth Campuses

​​​2017 Business Hotel Management Fee Schedule - Digital Campus

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Admission Requirements

Applicants for the ASM degrees are required to meet at least one of the following entry requirements:

a) Successful completion of Year 12 or equivalent assessment; or

b) The satisfactory completion of one year accredited full-time study with a AQF accredited award at Certificate IV or above at a provider of tertiary education, with a specified English language assessment; or

c) Satisfactory completion of an approved Tertiary Preparation Program, Tertiary Orientation Program, or a Foundation Year Program offered by an accredited Provider of tertiary education; or

d) Having obtained the age of 21 (Mature Age Entry) and possessing an employment background deemed suitable by the Admissions Manager/ Dean (or nominee), with a specified English language assessment, such as to give the applicant reasonable prospects for completing the course of study; or

e) Have reached a standard of education deemed suitable by the Admissions Manager/Dean (or nominee) as to be the equivalent of completion of Year 12.

In the case of admissions requirements b) and c) above "satisfactory completion" means with at least a "Pass" grade if a graded assessment pathway has been undertaken or "Competency Achieved" if a VET pathway has been undertaken. For more information, download the Student Admissions and Select Policy and Procedure here.

In addition, all international students must be 18 years of age or over at the time that they commence the course for which they have applied.

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Diploma Structure

DIPLOMA UNITS

MGT106

Contemporary Communications for Organisations (Core)

MGT102

Management Principles (Core)

MKT101

Marketing Principles and Practices (Core)

MGT107

Digital Literacy and Social Media (Core)

ACC101

Introductory Accounting (Core)

ITT101

Management Information Systems (Core)

HOT101

Introduction to Hospitality and Tourism Management (Major)

HOT102

Food and Beverage Service (Major)

Student Handbook

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Admission Requirements

Applicants for the ASM degrees are required to meet at least one of the following entry requirements:

a) Successful completion of Year 12 or equivalent assessment; or

b) The satisfactory completion of one year accredited full-time study with a AQF accredited award at Certificate IV or above at a provider of tertiary education, with a specified English language assessment; or

c) Satisfactory completion of an approved Tertiary Preparation Program, Tertiary Orientation Program, or a Foundation Year Program offered by an accredited Provider of tertiary education; or

d) Having obtained the age of 21 (Mature Age Entry) and possessing an employment background deemed suitable by the Admissions Manager/ Dean (or nominee), with a specified English language assessment, such as to give the applicant reasonable prospects for completing the course of study; or

e) Have reached a standard of education deemed suitable by the Admissions Manager/Dean (or nominee) as to be the equivalent of completion of Year 12.

In the case of admissions requirements b) and c) above "satisfactory completion" means with at least a "Pass" grade if a graded assessment pathway has been undertaken or "Competency Achieved" if a VET pathway has been undertaken. For more information, download the Student Admissions and Select Policy and Procedure here.

In addition, all international students must be 18 years of age or over at the time that they commence the course for which they have applied.

English Requirements for International Students

All students must demonstrate competency in the English language.

English proficiency can be demonstrated by providing evidence of meeting the specified level of English proficiency specified for the course.

Acceptable evidence of English proficiency include:

  • Completion of secondary education/undergraduate degree or equivalent via the medium of English; or
  • Successful completion of Year 12 secondary schooling in Australia (minimum of 1 school year to be completed in Australia within the last 2 years); or
  • Successful completion of an Australian qualification recognised as at least AQF Certificate IV (minimum period of study of 1 school year within the last 2 years). In the event that an applicant has undertaken less than the minimum period of study of 1 school year within the last 2 years, a specified English language assessment, such as to assess the applicants suitability to have reasonable prospects for completing the course of study.
  • Successful completion of a Tertiary Studies Foundation Program (minimum period of study of 1 school year); or
  • Successful completion of IELTS – overall test result minimum of 6.0 (minimum 5.5 in any band), or an accepted equivalent English test.

International students who do not meet the specified English proficiency requirements can undertake an ELICOS (English Language Intensive Courses for Overseas Students) program prior to undertaking the course.

Simplified Student Visa Framework

The Simplified Student Visa Framework (SSVF) can reduce the amount of documentation and time it takes for a visa to be processed and issued. More information about SSVF is available here.

Education Agents

We work with a number of Australian and international education agents who will assist international students to process the course and visa applications. To find an education agent, see our Registered Education Agent page.

The Student Handbook

In addition to the other resources on this page, we strongly recommend all applicants read the Student Handbook containing important information about our school, including the ASM Student Charter, Code of Conduct, ASM Values and a complete A to Z listing of very useful information that will assist you throughout your studies. The Student Handbook is available for download here.

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Kittipon Bunraksa

Kittipon Bunraksa

Bachelor of Business in Hotel Management

“Studying with ASM gave me the freedom to be who I want to be and learn in a way that was right for me. I’m so grateful for the support I received and for all that I have learned. My time at ASM has been the highlight of my life so far and I will never forget this experience.”

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