The new specialist Tourism & Hospitality Management major offered through the Bachelor of Business at Victoria University, will equip you with knowledge of the major operational, managerial and strategic areas within the tourism and hospitality industries. You will gain the skills and knowledge to develop, operate, manage and market sustainable tourism products, experiences, businesses and destinations. Whether you choose to work in the public or private tourism sector, or join a tour operator, airline, hotel or resort, you will graduate with in-depth knowledge about the principles and practices of the international tourism and hospitality industry. You will gain a thorough understanding of the industry's core trends and issues, as well as insights into: - product innovation and service development - pricing, consumer behaviour and negotiation - working with stakeholders from various cultural backgrounds. You will learn from academics with expertise in the business, tourism and hospitality industries and gain valuable insights from industry guest lectures, field trips and workshops and graduate work-ready and benefit from access to leading companies in the field thanks to VU's practical skills-based work-integrated learning units and key focus on developing your leadership and career essential human relations skills.

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