The mission of the Blue Mountains International Hotel Management School is committed to the development of future leaders and managers dedicated in the achievement of excellence in the global hospitality industry through innovative, practical and challenging management education programs.
The School's philosophy in career preparation centres on a fusion of three crucial spheres of management. These are skills, knowledge, and attitude, engendered by immersion in a hotel environment uniquely both on and off campus, and reinforced by the total support of all staff towards achieving that goal. Central to the learning methodology of our School's courses is application i.e. the ability for students to apply their skills and knowledge as they learn it.
Therefore, students need to be exposed to the use of the conceptual tools in a realistic activity. The learning activities are created through the courses to allow the students to develop the skills, knowledge and attitude necessary to operate successfully in the real life world of work. It is through the practical activities that students are engaged in, which brings the theoretical input to life.
The BMIHMS uses a blend of learning techniques to supplement structured lectures and tutorials. These include internet-based resources, guest lecturers, team assignments, individual coaching and group learning activities. Throughout their course, students are expected to complete theoretical and practical tasks, and assignments. There are also theory and practical tests as well as examinations. Students are also expected to participate in project work, group and individual presentations. Final assessments take into account both coursework, progressive tests and examination results.
Entry onto an undergraduate program at the Blue Mountains International Hotel Management School Suzhou, China campus is based upon academic performance, interview and proficiency tests in English language. Students need to obtain an IELTS level 6.0 for entry on to the program. Applicants should be over 18 years old when entry into the program.
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English language proficiency may be demonstrated by providing evidence of satisfactory performance in the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) or equivalent English Testing System. To be eligible to enter on to the diploma program in China, students must obtain a minimum IELTS score of 6.0 or equivalent or gain a minimum of 60% in the English Language Entrance Examination conducted by the Blue Mountains International Hotel Management School China campus. To be eligible to enter the bachelor 's degree level in Australia, students must obtain a minimum IELTS score of 6.0.
However, for students who do not gain an IELTS score of 6.0 there are three options available:
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