The Hospitality industry demands courteous treatment and greeting of guests. This industry comes under the tourism and service industry that spans out to transportation such as airlines and cruise lines, hotels, theme parks, lodging, cafés, restaurants, and caterers to name a few.

The Hospitality industry holds many promising careers as Tourist/Cultural Tourist Development Manager, Restaurant Manager, Leisure, Sports and Events Manager, Resort Manager, Hotel Manager/staff, Travel Consultant, and Airline or Cruise Manager/staff.
Here is a brief of Hospitality courses offered in Australia.


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  • Diploma
  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Master’s degree


  • Diploma or Foundation Program: completed Year 11
  • Bachelor Degree: finished Year 12 or Foundation Program or Diploma
  • Master Degree: hold an Australian Bachelor Degree or equivalent; some university may require relevant work experience


  • Pearson Test of English (PTE) 60 OR;
  • IELTS 5.5 to 6.5; or other English proficiency tests


Students holding a hospitality degree from Australian universities are eligible to apply for Temporary Graduate visa. Students with these visas have the option to continue studying, working as well as staying in Australia on a temporary basis. Once they have completed their course, based on their specializations, they are allowed to stay for two (2) years. An opportunity to gain relevant local work experiences which may be countered towards Permanent Residency.

An increase in job postings for students with hospitality degrees is displayed in the Consolidated Sponsored Occupations List (CSOL) and Skilled Occupations List (SOL) Some of the professions are Hotel or Motel Manager, Bed and Breakfast Operator, Café or Restaurant Manager, etc. The procedure for securing Permanent Resident status includes an assessment procedure by a recognized authority mandated for work sponsorship or for migration purpose.