Hotel Management courses – PIHMS

May 1, 2019

Diploma & Degree Course Level 5,6,7

Live, study and learn our world class student campus hotel facility

Students are totally immersed in an hotel environment. They will be living in twin share hotel rooms.  Meals will be served in our La Vista Restaurant onsite.

Learning is a combination of lecture style delivery in business subjects and practical hotel operations; whereby students gain experience in roles within the hotel school from food & beverage, front office, housekeeping & management

Earn up to $55,000 during your study – Paid Hotel Internships at PIHMS throughout your study

Students partaking in the Level 6 Diploma and above will undergo two six month paid Hotel Internships, with potential earnings of $30,000 – $55,000 during your study. Placements are sourced by the PIHMS industry placement team, in leading hotels throughout New Zealand and Australia. Please note placements in Australia are only available for New Zealand Citizens.

The PIHMS diploma and degree are the best way to get top hospitality jobs. You will graduate with superior qualification and valuable work experience vital to receive your dream hospitality, hotel or tourism job – Including highly paid management positions.

  • 96% of PIHMS students receive employment within 3 months after graduating from PIHMS

Qualifications gained are New Zealand Diploma in Hospitality Management Level 5 (1 year), New Zealand Diploma in Hospitality Management Level 6 (1 year), Bachelor of Applied Hospitality and Tourism Management Level 7 (1 year).

PIHMS Paid Hotel Internships provide all students on these courses with actual work experience. This creates an excellent pathway into employment upon graduation.

Subject Area: 

Management and Commerce, Business and Management, Hospitality Management.

Entry Requirements:
All applicants are interviewed. Students under 17.5 will be assessed on a case by case basis.  Students are required to have completed year 12 and successfully attained NCEA level 2 with at least a total of 80 credits (or equivalent for overseas students).

  • 60 credits must be obtained at level 2 or above
  • 20 credits can be obtained from any level
  • The Level 1 literacy and numeracy requirements must also be met
  • Should students not gain the required numeracy and literacy credits from Maths and English then the remaining numeracy and literacy credits from other subjects will be assessed on a case to case basic

Overseas ESOL minimum of IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL 213 (comp adaptive) or 550 (written). Level 5 Students with IELTS 5.5 will be required to take business communication elective.


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