Hamilton Island Experience for ICMS Student

Hamilton Island Experience for ICMS Student

February 5, 2018

Working at hamilton island in the heart of the great barrier reef, is giving icms student ting-yun wu invaluable experience in the hospitality industry.

Ting-yun wu from taiwan

Bachelor of hospitality management, current icms student-

Current internship: food and beverage attendant on hamilton island, queensland

Q: What is the value of an internship and work placement as part of your degree?
An internship is a great opportunity to have practical experience before I actually start working in this industry. It gives me an idea on what to expect so that I can be prepared for when I graduate. Also, because I will have experience and know what might happen in this industry, I can have more confidence in the future whilst I am working.

Q: What do you hope to achieve in your career after you graduate?
I am still not sure about that, but looking forward to finding out the answer within my internship.

Q: What were the major contributing factors to your decision to study at ICMS?
I chose to study at the International College of Management, Sydney (ICMS) because the college provides a lot of information and assistance for students. At ICMS we have smaller classes, so we have a higher chance to interact with our lecturers.

Q: What have been your highlights during your time at ICMS?
My time at ICMS has been a lot of fun. I have made many new friends from all over the world.

Q: What would be your advice to someone considering studying at ICMS?
I would recommend it as people at ICMS are friendly and you can have so much fun here. Also, you always get assistance for either your studies or your life on campus.

Q: Why did you choose the course you are studying and what is the best thing about working in your industry?
I like to meet people and hear about their life stories. That’s why I chose to study hospitality. Moreover, I love to create great and unforgettable experiences which make people happy.

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