MBA in hospitality/tourism


Hello,

Could you please recommend a good school in Australia for MBA program of Hotel or Tourism Management ? I was looking in Swiss like it is Les Roches and Glion, but the price is too high for me.

Hello,

Could you please recommend a good school in Australia for MBA program of Hotel or Tourism Management ? I was looking in Swiss like it is Les Roches and Glion, but the price is too high for me.
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Duncan

There's a "Program Search" option in the top left corner.

There's a "Program Search" option in the top left corner.
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Thank you very much, but I would like to receve a concrete information of students whose attending those kind of schools

Thank you very much, but I would like to receve a concrete information of students whose attending those kind of schools
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Duncan

Those students will not be reading this website, because it's for applicants. Find the programmes and then contact the schools to ask them to put them in touch with students. There are only eight: http://www.find-mba.com/search/084f2a32/1

Those students will not be reading this website, because it's for applicants. Find the programmes and then contact the schools to ask them to put them in touch with students. There are only eight: http://www.find-mba.com/search/084f2a32/1
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ok, I will contact the schools, thank you

ok, I will contact the schools, thank you
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ralph

There are only eight: http://www.find-mba.com/search/084f2a32/1

There are only eight that have a concentration in tourism or hospitality - but none of those are accredited.

I think you'd be better off doing one of the following:

Do an accredited program in the US or Europe that has a concentration in hospitality/tourism; so Cornell, George Washington, ESSEC, etc.

Do a general MBA in Australia from an accredited school. Think Melborne Business School, AGSM, Curtin; depending on what city you want to be in. I'd target Sydney and Melbourne, primarily, as those are the cities where the industry is strong - but people take trips everywhere, so Perth wouldn't be a dealbreaker.

<blockquote>There are only eight: http://www.find-mba.com/search/084f2a32/1</blockquote>
There are only eight that have a concentration in tourism or hospitality - but none of those are accredited.

I think you'd be better off doing one of the following:

Do an accredited program in the US or Europe that has a concentration in hospitality/tourism; so Cornell, George Washington, ESSEC, etc.

Do a general MBA in Australia from an accredited school. Think Melborne Business School, AGSM, Curtin; depending on what city you want to be in. I'd target Sydney and Melbourne, primarily, as those are the cities where the industry is strong - but people take trips everywhere, so Perth wouldn't be a dealbreaker.
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