Study in Blue Mountains International Hotel Management School




When you hear the term ‘hospitality industry’ you probably think of hotels, restaurants and bars. But this is only a small part of the picture. The hospitality industry also encompasses the entire travel and tourism sector. It is one of the world’s fastest growing industries and this trend is forecasted to continue. According to the World Travel and Tourism Council, by 2020 this will represent 9.2% of total employment or 1 in every 10.9 jobs.

Our graduates find employment in a diverse range of occupations, often in management level positions or through starting their own businesses. A hospitality education can lead to work in many sectors including:

  • Operations and human resources
  • Media, sales and marketing
  • E-commerce and technology
  • Travel and tourism sector (cruise lines, airlines, theme parks, spa facilities, casinos, sports clubs, or luxury yachts)
  • International relations, finance and banking
  • Consulting, education and training


Australia enjoys a booming hospitality and tourism industry, due to country’s great natural beauty and cultural attractions. Most of the major international hotels have a presence in Australia, not to mention the many boutique hotels, motels ad serviced apartments. From backpacker hostels to five star luxury spa resorts, the opportunities for skilled hospitality workers are endless

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