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Master of Business Administration – International Hotel and Restaurant Management
The Le Cordon Bleu Master of Business Administration (MBA), International Hotel and Restaurant Management, is specifically designed to prepare students for working at middle-management level in the hospitality industry or allied industries, to be a future senior or corporate manager in an international hotel, resort or restaurant business.
This program positions future executives for a career at demanding levels of management by teaching the creative thinking required to operate in today's leading international hotels, resorts or restaurants.
Studies begin with a core of strategically oriented courses complemented by a range of hospitality management electives that allow for industry or functional study specialisation. To successfully complete the program students must complete all six core courses as well as six electives.
- A related undergraduate degree from a Le Cordon Bleu program, plus one year of relevant hospitality industry experience in a supervisory role;
- or- An undergraduate degree plus two years work experience, in a supervisory role, with 2 references from the place of employment.
The Le Cordon Bleu MBA can be completed in one and a half years of full-time study. Some courses of the MBA are also offered online which can be completed over three years, requiring the completion of 12 courses (each of which has a value of 4.5 units) totalling 54 points. Holders of an Australian student visa must study full time.
The academic year comprises four terms of 11 weeks commencing in early January through to mid-December each year.
January, April, July, September.
English Language Proficiency
All courses are taught in English. For direct entry to the Masters degree, students joining from overseas will need to have achieved a minimum level of English proficiency of Academic IELTS 6.5, with no band score of less than 6.
Articulation and Course Recognition
In line with the University of South Australia's policy on course credit, students who have completed relevant postgraduate programs at appropriate institutions, with a credit or better grade average, can seek status (recognition of prior learning) in the relevant Le Cordon Bleu Masters subjects, pending assessment by the Program Director.
Keywords: Hospitality, Hotel management, restaurant management