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Blue Mountains International Hotel Management School - Adelaide Campus

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School ID: SU610005
Rank: 8,019
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BMIHMS was ranked in the top three at the World Hospitality Awards.

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Blue Mountains International Hotel Management School, BMIHMS, is Australia's number 1 hotel school for hospitality education (TNS Survey 2013). Students can study internationally recognized hospitality and business degree programs.

Each year, more than 700 new students experience Blue Mountains International Hotel Management School's (BMIHMS) unique approach to hotel, events and restaurant management education. Since BMIHMS was founded in 1991, the school has produced more than 3,000 graduates from more than 50 countries. Most graduates move into senior management roles within six years of graduation. BMIHMS has campuses in Sydney and Leura, Australia.

BMIHMS is a member of the International Centre of Excellence in Tourism and Hospitality (THE-ICE), the Australian Association of Hotel Schools and the Association of Commonwealth Universities.In a further endorsement of its leading hotel and hospitality programs, Blue Mountains International Hotel Management School (BMIHMS) at Torrens University Australia has been recently ranked as the number one Hotel Management school in the Asia-Pacific and number three in the world by market research conducted by TNS.

Why choose Adelaide Campus

With a low cost of living, vibrant cultural scene and a relaxed lifestyle, it’s no wonder people choose universities in Adelaide.

The southern state capital is ranked one of Australia’s most accessible, affordable, safe and student-centric cities.

South Australia has thousands of kilometres of beautiful coastline and some of the finest wine regions in the country, including Barossa Valley, Clare Valley and McLaren Vale.

You will be close to Adelaide Oval, Adelaide Botanical Gardens and the world-renowned Kangaroo Island, which has native bushland, exotic wildlife and plenty of opportunities for exploration.

Other key findings:
> Blue Mountains School dominates the market in Asia-Pacific and Australia, with over 70 per cent of respondents naming it in the top five schools;
> As was the case in the 2013 global survey, around 6 in 10 of respondents stated that they would have a preference for graduates with international experience – a key aspect of each program delivered by BMIHMS is international experience;
> 40 per cent of respondents indicated their organisation had recruited graduates from BMIHMS in the last two years, considerably more than any of the other schools based in Australia.

BMIHMS won the Tourism and Education Award at the 2013 Qantas Australian Tourism Awards.

  • For three consecutive years, BMIHMS was ranked in the top three at the World Hospitality Awards.
  • Winner of the best Communication in Campaign Innovation at the 2010 World Hospitality Awards.
  • BMIHMS won the Tourism and Education Award at the 2009 Qantas Australian Tourism Awards.
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Avg Cost of Tuition/Year AUD$ 31,000
Cost of Living/Year AUD$ 19,500
Application Fee AUD$ 0
Estimated Total/Year AUD$ 50,500

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  • International Hotel and Resort Management

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