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Full time and part time study available
71 weeks (51 weeks study, 20 weeks study break). Students will complete two qualifications over 18 months - NZ Dip in Hospitality Management (L5) and NZ Dip in Tourism and Travel (L5)
$9,783 plus $360 Student Services Levy
A Compulsory Student Services Fee also applies ($240 for fulltime students).
Fees listed are for each year of the programme, indicative only and may vary with course selection. View course details for individual fees.
Become a leader in the tourism and hospitality industry with this new programme developed hand-in-hand with businesses in Te Tauihu, New Zealand’s Top of the South.
This programme uses a blended learning model, including online class options, practical, hands-on classes, and time spent on-site with industry. You will spend 200 hours on placement which gives you valuable first-hand experience in a supportive learning environment and allows you to make industry contacts.
Recognised Prior Learning can be applied to this degree allowing you some flexibility in the course delivery, further information is available on application.
If you want to work in a leadership or management role in the Tourism and Hospitality industry, or you’re currently employed and want to upskill and move into a senior position, this exciting programme will help get you there.
Over an 18 month period, you will complete two qualifications:
Real-world learning, research, work placements, field trips, and classroom lessons will prepare you to meet the growing needs of the food and beverage, hotel and accommodation, and tourism and travel sectors in New Zealand and globally.
You will develop knowledge and skills in managing people and performance, events, stock, inventory, budgets, waste and quality of products and services.
This unique programme will give you an understanding of the quality systems, practices, and values that define successful hospitality and tourism businesses.
You’ll learn what sustainability and corporate responsibility mean in practice, how the concepts of what kaitiakitanga and manaakitanga mean in practice and how they can be applied to create distinctly New Zealand experiences, how to plan and execute promotional campaigns effectively in the digital age, and the role of niche market tourism.
This programme uses a blended learning model, including practical, hands-on classes, online classes and time spent on-site with industry. You will spend 200 hours on placement which gives you valuable first-hand experience in a supportive learning environment and allows you to make industry contacts.
This programme has been developed in consultation with industry to suitably prepare you for a leadership position in today’s market.
As this is a double diploma programme there is the option for students to exit after the first year with the New Zealand Diploma in Hospitality Management (Level 5). Should this option be better suited to your career path we would suggest you contact us for a career conversation(external link).