If you’re looking for a business career beyond national borders, you’ll need an internationally recognised qualification that takes a worldview of business. The Master of International Business looks at business from a global perspective covering key areas of trade and finance, economics, accounting, marketing, human resources and people management.
The Master of Management (Tourism and Hospitality) trains you to be a business leader in the growth industry of tourism and hospitality. This specialisation in the Master of Management lets you shape your study around your experience and professional interests in tourism and hospitality, while gaining a postgraduate degree that is grounded in the fundamentals of business leadership.
Master of Management (Tourism and Hospitality) graduates work in international management roles across the private and public sectors including destination sales and marketing, travel and tourism consultancy, conference and event management, tour wholesaling and operations, tourism bureau management, attractions and resort management.
The Master of Management (Management and Organisations) is a postgraduate business degree designed to sharpen your industry knowledge and prepare you for a leadership role. Studying a specialisation like Management and Organisations lets you specialise in an area relevant to your professional interest.
Alongside business essentials such as economics, finance, marketing, and accounting you will also examine contemporary business practice such as leadership and innovation, and media management. You will further your understanding of best practice for managing people and organisations and develop skills in strategic intelligence.
The Graduate Certificate of Business is the perfect platform for further postgraduate study; it is also a globally recognised qualification in its own right.