Le Cordon Bleu

Are you looking to make some changes in your life starting with your job? Have you ever had an interest in management, but didn’t really know where or how to get started? Well, look no further. Hotel managers are in demand worldwide and the industry overall shows no signs of slowing any time soon. Did you know that Le Cordon Bleu offers aspiring managers some of the best training for this industry? Some reasons why you should consider a Le Cordon Bleu Bachelor of Business (International Hotel Management) are set out below.

There is no doubt that the demands of such a role, along with technology, are constantly evolving. Hotel managers have many responsibilities and duties to fulfil on a daily basis. Whatever the size of the establishment, hotel managers – and aspiring hotel managers - must have the knowledge and know-how that is required to keep the property running in a smooth and timely manner. Daily operations include:

Intakes: January & July.

Key Information

Duration: The Bachelor of Business degrees are three-year programmes. The course is comprised of four stages of six-month semesters each and the final stage is taken over 12 months (2 semesters). Each semester is normally 20 to 22 weeks of scheduled classes.
Stages 2 and 4 are taken up with professional experience to allow students to develop and apply principles and practices through work industry learning.
Tuition fees: AU$77,260
Age: 18.
English proficiency: 6.0 Academic IELTS with no band score below 5.5.
Entry requirements: Satisfactory completion of Australian Year 12 or equivalent interstate/overseas secondary education is required. Applicants must be 18 years of age when the course commences.
All direct entry Stage 3 students must undertake the Le Cordon Bleu Bridging course, a one-week programme offered immediately before each semester.


A Bachelor of Business (International Hotel Management) will open the doors to not only a high-paying job, but also a highly enjoyable career in a rewarding field. Essentially, Le Cordon Bleu offers you the knowledge and skills that form the basis of from outstanding service training, through to entrepreneurial skills.

Program Details and What to Expect

This course prepares students for a successful career in the field of International Hotel Management. The course will normally take around 3 years to complete, and subjects include: strategic thinking, critical analysis of management styles and pragmatic business situations. As stated previously, hotel managers deal with many different situations that are intricate in detail. A fast moving atmosphere, such as in hotels, will only get tougher if you lack the knowledge and critical thinking skills to resolve issues that occur on a daily basis.

The Le Cordon Bleu's program offers a multiplicity of benefits, in particular, knowledge that comes from work-based learning. This hands-on approach gives students a better feel for how the industry is designed and how best situations can be handled. Students will also receive comprehensive tutorials and lectures that support the foundation of the hospitality industry. Be assured, Le Cordon Bleu stands out from other institutions in that it provides assistance through its professional career service teams. Thus, you'll always have personnel guidance available.

Hotel Management Course Structure

As a manager, you need to know and understand the ‘ins and outs of the business and the program is structured in 6-month cycles with intakes twice a year—in January and July. Each cycle of education teaches you important aspects of the business, including:

  • Communication
  • Kitchen Operations Management
  • Finance and Accounting
  • Advanced Marketing
  • Hospitality Business Law
  • Human Resource Management
  • Housekeeping
  • Food and Beverage Management
  • International Hotels and Events
  • Entrepreneurship and Business Management.

Clearly, hotel management is a field that requires extensive business knowledge, especially as it applies to hotels and the many situations that arise on a daily basis. The program's structure, which comprises 6-month cycles, helps strengthen academic learning through practical application to make everything that is learned easy to understand. Le Cordon Bleu gives you the fundamentals first, with the remainder of the curriculum falling naturally into place.
After completing the program, you'll have the capability and capacity to accept jobs in the diversity of fields mentioned previously and work your way up the ranks to, potentially, positions ranging from Director of Human Resources and Director of Rooms, through to General Manager. If you want a great-paying career in management, Le Cordon Bleu offers a comprehensive curriculum up there among the best in the world.

2017 Young Entrepreneur Scholarships

The scholarships are available for both domestic and international students wishing to commence their studies in January 2017.

Scholarship: Tuition fee (only) reduction valued at AUD$30,000 dispersed over three years.

Two scholarships awarded for Bachelor of Business (International Hotel Management).

Testimonials

  • James-Spinkston-160x160
    I’ve been lucky to travel quite a lot and that has made me want to offer those experiences to others, share that dream.
    James Spinkston - Bachelor of Business (International Hotel Management) Current Student
  • taylor-160
    Through the combination of my work experience, the hands-on components and detailed theory that Le Cordon Bleu offers in gastronomic practise, communication skills, financial principles, food product development, entrepreneurial management skills and more, I have been provided an exclusive opportunity to fulfill my goal to open a small business showcasing the culinary delights from countries I have visited and dream of visiting, all using the excellence and variety of local South Australian produce.
    Taylor - Bachelor of Business (Food Entrepreneurship) current student
  • Shawn-Yeo-160x160
    Le Cordon Bleu is a worldwide name. My course gave me the opportunity to learn what it means to really manage hospitality establishments.
    Shawn Yeo - Bachelor of Business (International Restaurant Management) Alumnus
  • Yoshnaa-SURESH-KARRUNAN-160

    I realised I wanted to be part of the food industry when I discovered the beauty of making homemade marshmallows. It was mesmerising to see that my own two hands were able to create such a technical candy. Personally I see art in every form. Art has played an important role in my life and food is a way that I can express myself instead in paper form. I see my life heading towards the food industry because I am passionate about food and I want my life to revolve around it so that I can proudly say that I love my job and all it offers.

    Yoshnaa KARRUNAN - Bachelor of Business (Food Entrepreneurship) current student
  • Ian-Zeng-160x160
    I know the outstanding service training students receive at Le Cordon Bleu.
    Ian Zeng - Bachelor of Business (Hotel & Resort Management) Alumnus
  • Hsin-Cheng-(Amber)-160x160
    The most important things I learned at Le Cordon Bleu were the skills in Pâtisserie and how to work efficiently as a team.
    Hsin Cheng (Amber) - Bachelor of Business (International Restaurant and Catering Management) & Diplôme de Pâtisserie (Certificate III in Pâtisserie) Alumnus

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