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Graduate Diploma in Hotel Management - Queenstown

Qualification: Graduate Diploma
Level: 7
Dates:

Intake 1: 16 March 2020

Intake 2: 25 May 2020

Intake 3: 03 August 2020

Intake 4: 12 October 2020

Duration:

One year full-time

Location: Queenstown
Credits: 120

Are you looking for professional development or an opportunity to learn more about Hotel Management?

SIT’s Graduate Certificate and Graduate Diploma programmes are designed for students with an undergraduate degree (or relevant experience) who are wanting to transition into the hotel industry, or current hospitality professionals looking to progress into higher management positions by gaining formal qualifications in the hospitality industry.

This course will develop your skills and knowledge in strategic hotel management, tourism and hospitality management, entrepreneurship and event management. You will learn to understand, apply and communicate principles and concepts relevant to hotel management in order to function as a professional practitioner at a senior level in the industry or progress to further study.

Students must complete three of the following:

HTM201 Tourism and Hospitality Studies ll
This paper builds on BHM101, and includes consideration of issues such as ecotourism, sustainability and authenticity in tourism.  In this paper the focus widens from elements of whole tourism systems to the interactions of these systems with their environments.

HTM202 Human Resource Management in the Tourism and Hospitality Industry
This paper introduces the understanding of principles and practices of human resource management to help maximise the potential of your employees.  This includes topics such as legislation requirements in business, human resource planning, training and development.

HTM203 Tourism and Hospitality Research and Analysis
This paper will give students an understanding of the research process and basic statistics, important in making business decisions. The paper will help students understand the importance of collection, analysis, interpretation and presentation of research results in tourism management decisions.  It aims to provide a basic introduction to research planning and design, including data collection and data analysis techniques applicable to tourism and business research.

HTM205 Strategic Management for Tourism and Hospitality Enterprises

Students will advance their knowledge and understanding of various theories and practices in strategic management, applicable to organisations in tourism and hospitality industries in order to identify, consolidate and evaluate strategic issues studied in earlier parts of this programme.

HTM208 Entrepreneurship in Tourism and Hospitality
This paper examines entrepreneurship, new venture creation and innovation in tourism and hospitality industries. Its main aim is to equip students with knowledge, skills, and conceptual frameworks that assist in recognising and assessing inputs to the entrepreneurial process, in planning and creating a new venture, and in managing it successfully through establishment and growth.  

Compulsory: students must complete all of the following:

HTM310 Event Management
This paper expands student knowledge and ability towards managerial concepts, techniques and trends of hospitality food and beverage operations developed through previous and concurrent studies. It will increase student aptitude towards integrated strategies surrounding event management, incorporating budgetary and quality controls, planning and marketing, whilst focussing on international, national and local markets. The paper enables students to use appropriate analytical and problem solving techniques, when applying both theoretical knowledge and practical skills to operational management within an actual physical environment.

HTM304 Contemporary Issues in Hotel Management
Students will demonstrate an advanced knowledge and understanding of various theories and practices in strategic management, applicable to organisations in tourism and hospitality industries. They will identify, consolidate and evaluate strategic issues studied in earlier parts of this degree programme.

HTM305 Strategic Hotel Management
Students will demonstrate an advanced knowledge and understanding of various theories and practices in strategic management, applicable to hotel organisations reflecting the key contemporary issues of strategic and operation hotel management.  They will identify, consolidate and evaluate strategic issues studied in earlier parts of this degree programme and within the current hotel environment.

HTM 717 Internship paper

The Internship is a compulsory component of the  Graduate Diploma in Hotel Management programme. Students completing the Internship paper are required to undertake productive work within an appropriate organisation in Queenstown.

This programme is eligible for the Zero Fees Scheme.

  • NO tuition fees
  • 2020 direct material costs of $1125 (GST inclusive)

International Fees can be found here.

You will be able to understand, apply and communicate principles and concepts relevant to hotel and tourism management, and use your knowledge to evaluate operational matters and to implement processes for strategic management.

Upon successful completion of this programme you will be well suited for employment in a senior level position (eg. supervisory or management) within the accommodation, hospitality and tourism-related sectors, including hotels, resorts, restaurants, events and convention centres. You could also consider setting up your own small business, or progressing to further study.

Entry is open to degree graduates who have graduated from a bachelor’s degree programme or those who can demonstrate equivalent, relevant, practical professional or educational experience in a related discipline.

English Language Requirements

Applicants, whose first language is not English, or who come from a country where the language of instruction in schools is not English, are required to provide evidence of having achieved one of the following

NCEA Level 3 with University Entrance, or

an International Baccalaureate Diploma or Cambridge A- level qualification for which the teaching and assessment was conducted in English; or

Cambridge Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (CELTA),or Trinity College London Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (CertTESOL);or

Successful completion of all primary education (being the equivalent of New Zealand primary school years 1 to 8) and at least three years of secondary education (being the equivalent of three years from New Zealand secondary school years 9 to 13) at schools in either New Zealand,,Australia,Canada, the Republic of Ireland, South Africa, the United Kingdom and the United States one of the countries listed in Rule 18.5 where the student was taught using English as the language of instruction; or

Successful completion of at least five years of secondary education (being the equivalent of New Zealand secondary school years 9 to 13) at schools in either New Zealand, Australia, Canada, the Republic of Ireland, South Africa, the United Kingdom and the United States where the student was taught using English as the language of instruction; or

Successful completion of a Bachelor's Degree, Graduate Certificate, Graduate Diploma, Bachelor Honours degree, Postgraduate Certificate, Postgraduate Diploma, Masters' Degree or Doctoral Degree, the language of instruction of which must be in English and which must be from a tertiary education provider from New Zealand, Australia, Canada, the Republic of Ireland, South Africa, the United Kingdom or the United States or

Successful completion of one of the following internationally recognised proficiency tests listed below to the level required of the programme of study and with all scores achieved in a single test during the two years preceding the proposed date of enrolment


IELTS test - Academic score of 6 with no band score lower than 5.5
TOEFL Paper based test (pBT) - Score of 550 (with an essay score 5 TWE)
TOEFL Internet based test (iBT) - Score of 60 (with a writing score of 18)
Cambridge English Examination - B2 First or B2 First for schools or C1 Advanced or C2 Proficiency with a score of 169. No less than 162 in each skill.
OET - Minimum of Grade C or 200 in all sub-tests
NZCEL - a) Expiring Level b) Current: a) Level 4 (Academic) b) Level 4 (Academic)
Pearson Test of English (Academic) - PTE (Academic) score of 50 with no band score lower than 42
Language Cert - C1 Expert IESOL (LRWS) with PASS and no less than Pass in each skill
Trinity ISE - ISE II with no less than distinction in any band

* New versions of some NZCEL qualifications, and in some cases new qualifications, were published on 13 June 2017. These are intended to replace pre-existing versions and qualifications, which have been given expiring status until discontinued on 31 December 2019. (a) denotes expiring (b) denotes current

Every candidate for the qualification of Graduate Diploma in Hotel Management is required to follow the satisfaction of the Board of Studies, a programme of study for a minimum period of one year. Each year of study comprises two 17 week semesters.
The overall programme of study for every candidate requires 120 credits for successful completion of the qualification.
To be awarded the Graduate Diploma in Hotel Management, students will have been credited with all required papers and electives as specified in the schedule of papers.
A student completing the Graduate Diploma in Hotel Management will normally be expected to complete the one-year programme (full-time equivalent) within four years.
(Please note: students failing to attend for 80% of timetabled programme hours may forfeit Zero Fees entitlement).

Every candidate for the qualification of Graduate Diploma in Hotel Management is required to follow the satisfaction of the Board of Studies, a programme of study for a minimum period of one year.

The overall programme of study for every candidate requires 120 credits for successful completion of the qualification.

To be awarded the Graduate Diploma in Hotel Management, students will have been credited with all required papers and electives as specified in the schedule of papers.

A student completing the Graduate Diploma in Hotel Management will normally be expected to complete the one-year programme (full-time equivalent) within four years.

(Please note: students failing to attend for 80% of timetabled programme hours may forfeit Zero Fees entitlement).

GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN HOTEL MANAGEMENT – QUEENSTOWN CAMPUS SCHEDULE OF DATES AND PAPERS STUDIED YEAR 2020

Papers Studied

Group A:

 HTM205 Strategic Management for Tourism & Hospitality Enterprises

Or

HTM208 Entrepreneurship in Tourism & Hospitality

HTM710 Event Management

Group B:

 HTM201 Tourism & Hospitality Studies II

Or

HTM202 Human Resource Management in the Tourism & Hospitality 

HTM 704 Contemporary issues in Hotel Management

Group C:

 HTM 203 Tourism & Hospitality Research Analysis

HTM705 Strategic Hotel Management

Please Note : HTM 717 Internship paper will be the last paper of the qualification
Intake 1 - Group B
16/03/2020
15/05/2020
1 Week Recess
Papers: HTM 201 or HTM 202, HTM 704
Intake 2 - Group C
 25/05/2020
24/07/2019        
1 Week Recess
Papers: HTM 203, HTM 705
Intake 3
Group A
03/08/2020
02/10/2020
1 Week Recess
Papers: HTM 205 or HTM 208, HTM 710
Group B
12/10/2020
11/12/2020
1 Week Recess
Xmas Break
12/12/19
10 /01/20
 Papers:HTM 201 Or HTM 202, HTM 704, HTM 717 Internship

Intake 4 - Group C
11/01/2021
12/03/2021
1 Week Recess
Papers: HTM 203, HTM 705, HTM 717 Internship 

GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN HOTEL MANAGEMENT – QUEENSTOWN CAMPUS SCHEDULE OF DATES AND PAPERS STUDIED YEAR 2020

Textbook List

Paper Code - Text (Edition); Authors; Publisher.

Elective papers:

  • HTM201 - Tourism Management (4th) 2010; Lawton & Weaver.
  • HTM202 - Human Resource Management in NZ (5th) 2010; Rudman         
  • HTM203 - Research Methods for Business Students (7th); Saunders, Lewis and Thornhill. (Required)
  • HTM204 - Services marketing (5th); Lovelock, Patterson, & Walker. (Required)
  • HTM206 - Hospitality Management Accounting (9th); Jagels. (Required)
  • HTM207 - Employment Relations in New Zealand (2nd) 2009; Rasmussen               
  • HTM207 - A guide to the law for tourism & hospitality students (3rd) 2008; Zahra
  • HTM208 - Entrepreneurship Theory, Process, Practice (3rd); Frederick & Kuratko. (Required)
  • HTM209 - Operations Management (7th); Slack, N., Brandon-Jones, A., & Johnston, R. (2013). (Required)

Compulsory papers:

  • HTM303 - Research Methods for Business Students (7th); Saunders, Lewis and Thornhill. (Recommended)
  • HTM304 – to be confirmed
  • HTM305 - Strategic Management: Thinking, analysis, action (4th or 3rd); Hubbard, Rice & Beamish. (Required)
  • HTM310 - Events management: For tourism, cultural, and sporting events (4th); Van der Wagen & White. (Required)

DRESS CODE:  Students studying the Graduate Diploma in Hotel Management are required to adhere to a formal dress code for class.  Dress pants and shirt for males and dress/skirt or dress pants for females.  No jeans, hoodies or sneakers.

Please note that textbooks need to be ordered at least 3-4 weeks prior to the commencement of your study

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