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Victoria University offers Master of Business (Hospitality and Tourism Marketing)

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Victoria University  is one of the leading Australian universities that offers 700 courses in higher education. Courses covered under the Faculties of Business and Law include hospitality, catering, tourism, recreation, marketing and event management.

The Master of Business (Hospitality and Tourism Marketing) course offered by the Victoria University is a postgraduate program. The goal of this Masters in Hospitality course is to grant students advanced skills and knowledge of tourism, hospitality and marketing. Through this Masters in Hospitality program, opportunities are created for professionals by enhancing and broadening their knowledge in appropriate areas and enabling them to achieve a formal qualification. The structure of this hospitality and tourism marketing course may be twelve coursework units of study or nine units of study and a thesis. This Masters in Hospitality course may be offered on a full-time basis of three semesters or as a part-time equivalent. Students must complete 144 credit points through academic study in order to graduate. All units of study carry 12 credit points, while the unit with the thesis component will carry a total of 36 credit points.

The selection criteria for the Master of Business (Hospitality and Tourism Marketing) course are

  • Applicants must have successfully completed a relevant degree (or)
  • graduate diploma and be employed in or intend to be employed in a position associated with hospitality and tourism marketing (or)
  • Should have such training and work experience as to point out the ability to undertake the course successfully if in the case of absence of formal qualifications.
  • Satisfy the entry requirements for Australian resident students or demonstrating equivalence.
  • Overseas students must provide evidence of proficiency in the English language,International English Language Testing System score of 6.5 and no individual band score less than 6.
At the end of the eight approved units of study in the Masters in Hospitality program, students who choose to exit the course are eligible to receive the Graduate Diploma in Hospitality and Tourism Marketing. After four approved units of study, students can choose to exit this course and will be qualified to receive a Graduate Certificate in Hospitality and Tourism Marketing.

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