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Angle Park, South Aust AU
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Estimated Revenue & Financials

  • International College of Hotel Management's estimated annual revenue is currently $35.1M per year.(?)
  • International College of Hotel Management's estimated revenue per employee is $254,000

Employee Data

  • International College of Hotel Management has 138 Employees.(?)
  • International College of Hotel Management currently has 1 job openings.

Established in 1992 in partnership with the Swiss Hotel Association (SHA) and the South Australian Government, ICHM was the first Swiss Hotel Association (SHA) school outside of Europe, servicing the fast-rising Asia-Pacific region. ICHM is the only school approved to offer the SHA Bachelor of International Hotel Management. Our unique "One Program, Two Degrees" course prepares students for a career in a wide variety of hospitality businesses. It also equips them with the necessary business acumen to work in many other professions outside the industry. The balance of theory and real industry placements in every year of study provides graduates with a genuine advantage when competing for future employment. The professional hotelier and business skills students learn with ICHM are highly valued and sought after within hotels and also at management levels across a variety of other industries. ICHM's lecturers have extensive local and international hotel school industry experience or management knowledge. Their teaching skills and dedication to students produces advanced learning outcomes. The purpose built hospitality teaching facilities on the Regency Campus are world class, allowing students to hone their skills and knowledge in a realistic setting. We measure our success by our graduates. ICHM graduates are working globally as supervisors and specialists right through to senior and general managers. A number also work outside the industry in areas such as marketing, IT, human resources and their own businesses. Bachelor of Business (Hospitality Management), Bachelor of International Hotel Management (Swiss Hotel Association)