As the hospitality sector continues to expand at an exponential rate, many students seek to embellish their knowledge of guest relations and hospitality management by studying the topic at a prestigious university. In fact, almost 120,000 new jobs were created in the hospitality sector last year. However, given the international flavor of the hospitality sector, employers often prefer candidates with experience of life and work abroad.
Take an aerial tour and get to know the International College of Management, Sydney (ICMS).
ICMS is very popular with Australian as well as international students for its outstanding Business & Manag...
In order to address the demand for programs in hospitality and management while offering foreign work and experience, Study Experience has partnered with the prestigious International College of Management, Sydney to provide European students the opportunity to engage in the study of management on the beautiful coast of New South Wales, Australia. Overlooking Manly Beach in Sydney Harbor’s historic North Head neighborhood, ICMS enjoys a reputation for professionalism, with a vibrant culture of innovation and entrepreneurship.
ICMS offers an exceptional range of programs with specialities in commerce, tourism, and hospitality. Students who elect to study at ICMS work towards a globally-recognised bachelor’s degree with program specialties in business management, events management, hospitality management, international tourism, property services management, retail services management, and sports management.
Of particular renown is ICMS’ attitude toward study and practical training; each program includes a 9-month paid internship tailored to the needs and desires of each student. ICMS’ small class sizes allow for an intimate educational environment with immediate, in-depth learning. Moreover, ICMS’ is closely affiliated with Cesar Ritz College, Switzerland—one of Europe’s elite international hotel and tourism management schools.
For those seeking beautiful landscapes, stunning ocean views, and a thriving metropolitan environment, look no further than Sydney, Australia. With over a quarter of the population born overseas, Sydney’s downtown district is located only 15 minutes from the ICMS campus with hundreds of modern clubs and restaurants. For nature and sports lovers hoping to take advantage of the local coastal environment, ICMS regularly organizes excursions to local beaches where students can surf, sail, and fish to their heart’s content.
As can be expected of a premier school of business, ICMS’ residence halls provide all of the modern amenities including spacious rooms, wireless internet, cable television, and gyms. For students who prefer the independence and privacy of living alone, many international students opt for finding their own accommodation in an off-campus apartment.
Prospective undergraduate applicants must complete an application form, provide official school transcripts translated from their native language to English, letters of recommendation, a personal statement covering why they want to study at ICMS, and verified IELTS or TOEFL scores to a standard of 6.0 out of 9.0.
Students who do not meet the minimum English language proficiency requirements may be granted admission to ICMS dependent on the completion of a language course through the Aspire Institute of Sydney. Following completion of an Aspire program, students are guaranteed admission to a program of choice.
ICMS operates on a trimester basis with semesters beginning in February, May and September. For students seeking enrollment in a post-graduate program, admission is granted in February or July. Given the popularity of ICMS and the heavy volume of applicants, requests for enrollment must be submitted no later than three months before the start of each semester.
For more information about applying to the International College of Management, Sydney, please contact a member of the Study Experience team.
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