Are you looking for a career with huge potential, in a stimulating and dynamic field?

New Zealand is going through a tourism and hospitality boom, and today, the tourism and hospitality industry directly and indirectly employs one in eight working New Zealanders.

The tourism and hospitality sector is calling out for the right people, with the right skills, to assist clients and visitors achieve a unique holiday experience, and to support regional development throughout New Zealand.

The Bachelor of Tourism Management allows you to experience and learn about the national and international tourism and hospitality industry, and the delivery of a quality visitor experience. You’ll build skills in tourism and hospitality management work practices, with specialist majors in tourism operations and/or hotel management, while learning about the wider industry sector and how it fits with the business environment.

Upon successfully completing the requirements you’ll receive the award of:

  • Bachelor of Tourism Management


In an industry which recognises talent, progression to a position of responsibility can be rapid. Employment opportunities and careers in operational, advisory, co-ordination, team lead, supervisory, management and business owner-operator roles span a diverse range of tourism and hospitality businesses.

These may include:

  • hotels and other accommodation providers
  • tourist attractions and events
  • airlines
  • consulting companies
  • local and regional tourism, business and trade development organisations
  • educational institutions
  • government


You must have an overall International English Language Testing System (IELTS) score of at least 6.0(Academic) with no band less than 5.5 .

Great Nation NZ offers practical guidance to students on enrolling for the Bachelor of Tourism Management course at the Toi-Ohomai Institute of Technology in New Zealand. To avail of our coaching contact us by filling out the contact form on this website, calling us or walking into one of our centers.