Diploma in Hotel & Hospitality Management

LevelLevel 6
Duration32 weeks

Start your journey into a leadership role within the exciting industry of hospitality & hotels. You'll learn important business skills like marketing, finance and customer service.




You will learn

  • All about the hotel and hospitality industry

  • Communication and marketing in hospitality

  • Strategic leadership

  • Creating and delivering exceptional customer experiences

  • Financial management

  • Room division management

  • Designing a hospitality business

  • Experience a paid internship in NZ or overseas

  • Plus loads more!


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Special Features


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Internship Opportunities

You’ll get the chance to experience a 12-week domestic or international paid internship as part of your studies so you can work in places like the Broadmoor Resort in Colorado

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Job fairs

Our exclusive job fairs give you the opportunity to be interviewed by industry employers from a range of companies

Study tours

Embark on a hotels & hospitality study tour, going behind the scenes at a variety of accommodation properties and hearing from management




Course start dates




Careers in Hotel & Hospitality Management

  • Hotel manager

  • Conference coordinator

  • Cafe/restaurant manager

  • Hotel & resort business development

  • Front desk agent

  • Concierge

  • Travel agent




New Zealand Diploma in Hotel & Hospitality Management Level 6

Domestic Students

All domestic applicants must:

  • Have a Level 5 qualification in travel or tourism

  • Have achieved a high level of attendance in previous courses

Note: an entry assessment may be required. This is to determine your ability to read and understand textbooks and your ability to write an essay.

 International Students

All international applicants must:

  • Be a minimum of 18 years of age on day 1 of their course

  • Have completed Secondary School offshore, New Zealand Year 12 or have equivalent work experience

  • Have English language proficiency as outlined in the International Page on this website

Course costs details for domestic and international students are available here.




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International & Domestic

Internships and work placements are a key part of the New Zealand School of Tourism studies. Hands-on experience is essential and 98% of our students have historically had job offers at the end of their work placements.

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