Top HOTEL MANAGEMENT Options in New Zealand

  • 02 Feb 2019
  • Posted By : West Highlander
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Hotel Management has budded as burgeoning global industry, making opportunities available in abundance for the students who want to pursue it as their career. In this sector of hospitality management, one is trained to refine their soft and hard skills. These soft and hard skills are priority and most effort demanding skills in order to attain the sustainable growth on this path of career.

As study abroad aspirant, if you’re dreaming of attaining the degree at International Level then you should seriously think to study in New Zealand.

New Zealand is a developed island country and has maintained its standard in terms of national performance that covers quality of life, health, education, protection of civil liberties, and economic freedom. From Indian student perspective, New Zealand makes better choice for education because  the courses are exclusively taught in English and fees are less when compared to U.K. and U.S.A. When hotel management is specifically concerned most institutions run and operate restaurants for on-the-job training. After completing the studies, plethora of excellent job opportunities are available as New Zealand is one of the fastest growing tourism destinations.

The best thing to study in New Zealand is that one can apply for work-visa valid for 12 months.

  • Auckland University of Technology – AUT
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    AUT is among the top 1.2% universities of the world. This premier university of New Zealand is known for providing excellent quality of teaching and state-of-the-art learning facilities. Eduniversal Group has ranked AUT’s Master of International Hospitality Management as the 12th best master’s degree in the world for hospitality management, and number 1 in Australia and New Zealand. Graduate and undergraduate programs are offered in International Hospitality Management.
     
    ‘Four Seasons’ and ‘Piko’ restaurants AUT’s restaurant s are exclusively staffed by AUT students.

  • University of Waikato
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    The University of Waikato worked to settle in the top 2% of the world’s 17,000 universities and is ranked 46th in the world for universities under 50 years old. Undergraduate degrees – Bachelor of Management Studies and Bachelor of Tourism are offered by the University of Waikato.

  • University of Otago
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    The students studying the Bachelor of Tourism course can take a minor program offered in ‘hospitality’ if they want to join the hospitality/hotel-management industry. This program provides the miniscule knowledge about the business operations in the tourism sector that is the world’s largest employer.

  • Pacific International Hotel Management School – PIHMS
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    PIHMS is situated out of New Plymouth a popular tourist destination, offering its visitors the experience of snowboard, ski, water ski and surf all in the same day.  PIHMS offers the following courses – International Diploma in Hotel Management, Bachelor of Applied Hospitality & Tourism Management and Postgraduate Diploma in Hotel Management. PIHMS is whole heartedly into the hospitality industry working to raise the bars within New Zealand and globally.

  • New Zealand Management Academics
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    NZMA has rooted itself in New Zealand with different campuses and offers diplomas across learning levels in hospitality management and cookery in small classes taught by industry-experienced tutors. NZMA had taken special initiative for students by starting The Phoenix Program, essentially a series of presentations and seminars on improving wellbeing, communication skills, independent living and creating a positive outlook on life.
     
    Above mentioned are some of the universities/institutes providing Hotel management Courses for the aspirants who want study abroad. If you also wish to study in New Zealand, and are ignorant about the visa process then for proper guidance contact West Highlander. It is top study abroad and leading overseas consultancy. Ms. Parwinder Kaur, the director is a licensed immigration adviser (IAA New Zealand).


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