Australian School of Tourism and Hotel Management
FAQs
HOME

PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS

INTERNATIONAL

COURSES

APPRENTICESHIPS

STAFF

LOGIN

ALUMNI

CONTACT

NEWS & FACTS

CAREER &
JOB OPPORTUNITIES


INDUSTRY/EDUCATION PARTNERS



Download the information sheet for text books here
THINK TOWARDS THE FUTURE & YOUR CAREER
By wearing your uniform you always present yourself like a professional and that's what employers are looking for: Professional staff!
CONTACT
enrol today - call us on +61 8 9322 3202
 
FAQs

• When does the course start?
You can commence study on four different intake days:
4th February 2008
28th April 2008
21st July 2008
13th October 2008

• What is the closing date for applications for enrolment?
The closing date for applications is approximately two weeks prior to the commencement of each semester.

• Is attendance at classes required?
Attendance is required in all courses. International students should also note that it is a condition of your enroloment that you must maintain a minimum attendance of 80%. For details refer to the Student Handbook.

• How long does it take to complete a course?
Each course comprises approximately 20 weeks of study.

• Are the qualifications recognised?
Yes all qualifications offered at the Australian School of Tourism and Hotel Management are Nationally Registered Qualifications under the Australian Quality Training Framework to Diploma level.

Higher Education courses including the undergraduate degree courses are Registered by the Western Australian Minister for Education for delivery in WA and to be awarded by Southern Cross University a federally funded Australian University.

• Is there employment provided throughout the course?
Yes. Our courses include an industry internship throughout your Hospitality studies which also provide credit or advanced standing for the 4 Internship units contained within the Bachelor Degree program.

• How much does the course cost?
Course fees are published in our Course Timetable and Fees Schedule and are available for download. Fees vary from course to course however our fees include; Tuition, uniforms, tools, text books and educational excursions.

• Is AUSTUDY or YOUTH Allowance available?
Yes, each of the courses to Diploma of Hospitality Management are registered for these government assistance schemes. Please request an application form from our Admissions Department.

• Is FEE Help (Hecs) available?
The Bachelor Degree Units taught on behalf of Southern Cross University are available under the FEE Help assistance scheme. Please download a FEE Help application form and the FEE help information or visit the website: www.goingtouni.gov.au

• Can the fees be paid by instalment?
Most students and parents may select to pay their fees by instalment throughout the course of studies. Our payment by instalment includes an opportunity to break the course costs into 3 payments throughout each semester.

• What is included in the fees?
Course fees are published in our Course Timetable and Fees Schedule and are available for download. Fees vary from course to course however our fees include; Tuition, uniforms, tools, text books and educational excursions.

• Is there extra support for students who struggle with their course?
The Australian School of Tourism and Hotel Management has available a number of extra curricular support services and facilities for students including;
- English Language support sessions for International Students
- Study Support Lessons (Guided individual support)
- Job Search Workshops to ensure all students are employed throughout their studies and are assisted in gaining a wide variation in experience while they complete their studies.


• What is the timetable for study?

The timetable will vary slightly from semester to semester, however the current study timetable is published in your Introductory Guide, which will be supplied to you on Orientation.

• What do I need to do to enrol?
The enrolment process is a simple one and is clearly outlined on the pages for local students and international students.

• Do we have to wear the Uniform?

Yes. All students are required to wear the uniform which is a professional business suit. This uniform is selected for its appropriateness to the dress standards of the international hospitality and tourism industries.

top

Eurocentres
Download the Important Dates 2008 here

Important Dates 2005
DOWNLOADS
Click here to view and download all sort of useful documents.
Download the uniform details here

Uniform Details
At least try
TRY and you may fail;
do not try and you have failed already.

Jarrad Seng