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Qualifications gained are New Zealand Diploma in Hospitality Management Level 5 (1 year), New Zealand Diploma in Hospitality Management Level 6 (1 year), Bachelor of Applied Hospitality and Tourism Management Level 7 (1 year).
Management and Commerce, Business and Management, Hospitality Management.
Must do Level 5 and Level 6 Diploma first
1 year at PIHMS
- 370 credits
Students in the Bachelor program will build on the learning attained from the diploma programs in classroom bassed business and management studies. They will also utilize the PIHMS hotel campus with duty management experience and training, and develop and implement an event management project.
Business knowledge is enhanced within the core subjects - Marketing, Management, Tourism, Business Evaluation, Applied Hospitality and Research.
The application of knowledge occurs through Duty Management shifts within the PIHMS hotel environment.
Business knowledge is enhanced within the core subjects of - Marketing, Management, Tourism, Business Evaluation, Research and Event Management.
This semester has a more strategic focus with the core subjects and also gives students the opportunity to apply their skills and knowledge through Event Management. In contrast to applying knowledge within the PIHMS environment Degree students are required to work with external customers and deliver a professionally run event.
On successful completion of this course students will receive - in addition to the 2 diplomas - a Bachelors Degree in Applied Hospitality & Tourism Management.
All applicants are interviewed. Students under 17.5 will be assessed on a case by case basis. Students are required to have completed year 12 and successfully attained NCEA level 2 with at least a total of 80 credits (or equivalent for overseas students).
Should students not gain the required numeracy and literacy credits from Maths and English then the remaining numeracy and literacy credits from other subjects will be assessed on a case to case basic
Overseas ESOL minimum of IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL 213 (comp adaptive) or 550 (written). Level 5 Students with IELTS 5.5 will be required to take business communication elective.
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