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Master of International Tourism and Hospitality Management

Gain real-world experience in the tourism and hospitality industry. You’ll develop the skills to become a management-level professional with expert knowledge of business operations, administration and handling international clients. Acquire strong career planning insights and build critical enterprise skills.

Enhance your expertise

Build the skills to progress your career

Experiential learning

Benefit from internships and individual research projects

Access the best

Connect with leading lecturers and industry experts in small classes


  • Cairns: January, May, September
  • Singapore: February, May, September
  • Brisbane: January, May, July, September, November



+estimated annual tuition fee for a full-time study load

Plus Student Services and Amenities fee
Scholarships and financial aid available if eligible


2 years full-time

16 months full-time or part-time equivalent in Singapore

Entry Requirements

AQF level 7 bachelor degree in any discipline; or equivalent

English language requirements

Band 2

If your native language is not English, you must meet the minimum English language requirements for this course.



Course detail

Real stories

  • Student of Master of International Tourism and Hospitality management


    Nikki Giumelli

    Master of International Tourism and Hospitality Management

    Through the MITHM I’ve learnt the ability to critically study the key structures, opportunities and challenges within the tourism industry and to develop strategies to positivity influence the sector. This course will enable me to achieve senior management or executive roles within the Government or private sector.

  • Heri Setiyorini  Master of International Tourism and Hospitality

    International Student - Indonesia

    Heri Setiyorini

    Master of International Tourism and Hospitality Management

    JCU offers Tourism as a specific study for a doctoral degree, and not many institutions have tourism-focused studies. JCU also has expert tourism academics. My country has abundant natural potentials for tourism, so the principles of sustainability in tourism are valuable for me to learn.

  • Student of Master of International Tourism and Hospitality Management

    International Student - Sri Lanka

    Sajana Perera

    Master of International Tourism and Hospitality Management

    This course enables you to specialise your knowledge, which will help you to advance your career. The Tourism and Hospitality industry requires a lot of problem-solving and critical thinking skills, which I strongly believe you can develop in this course.

  • Professor Gianna Moscardo.


    Professor Gianna Moscardo

    Tourism, Hospitality and Events

    JCU Tourism is recognised as world leaders in tourism sustainability, visitor experience, and using tourism as a tool for regional and community development. You can gain professional skills in tourism and hospitality at the same time as you learn how to change the world to be a better place.

  • Pullman Cairns International General Manager

    Premier Industry Partner

    Monique Harmer

    General Manager, Pullman Cairns International

    There is a range of really strong industry partnerships that have been developed, which allows students the opportunities to work in the industry with great organisations while they’re studying. You have the opportunity to develop your work experience at the same time as gaining your theoretical knowledge.