Study Hospitality, Tourism or Event Management
Food, glorious food!
Final-year Bachelor of Arts (Culinary Arts) students hosted 'Food for Thought', a culinary event celebrating food in all its glory.
The dinner, a 5-course degustation, took diners on a culinary adventure while making a thought provoking statement with each dish served.
The event was also a celebration of how the students have grown from novice foodies to career-ready chefs.
Check out this video, produced by second-year Bachelor of Communication Studies student Errin Cerna, the brainchild behind Willa Creatives.
Education facilities at the School of Hospitality and Tourism are among the best in Australasia and many of our students are now building careers in the events, hospitality and tourism industries.
As a student, you will be learning from the best and developing top level skills that open employment doors worldwide.
AUT boasts two restaurants — Four Seasons Fine Dining and Piko — complete with a first class professional kitchen.
Bachelor of International Hospitality Management
Bachelor of International Tourism Management
Bachelor of International Hospitality Management and Bachelor of Business (conjoint)
Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Business (conjoint)
Bachelor of Arts
In addition to the above majors, a variety of minors and electives give you the opportunity to broaden your programme of study.
Other undergraduate programmes
Graduate Diploma and Graduate Certificate in Arts (including Event Management and Tourism Studies)
Graduate Diploma and Graduate Certificate in International Hospitality Management
Graduate Diploma and Graduate Certificate in International Tourism Management
Postgraduate Diploma in Gastronomy
Postgraduate Certficate in Gastronomy
Master of Gastronomy
Master of International Hospitality Management
Postgraduate Diploma in International Hospitality Management
Postgraduate Certificate in International Hospitality Management
Master of International Tourism Management
Postgraduate Certificate in International Tourism Management
Postgraduate Diploma in International Tourism Management
Master of Philosophy
Doctor of Philosophy
Culinary arts programmes: skills required
Opportunities for students
Work Integrated Learning (previously called Co-op)
Undergraduate Study Guide 2017
Postgraduate Study Guide 2017
Diploma and certificate programmes (Pre-degree)
Diploma in Culinary Arts
Diploma in Pâtisserie
Certificate in Practical Pâtisserie
Certificate in Hospitality and Tourism
Introduction to Event Management
Training for: The Licence Controller's Qualification and General Manager's Certificate
Books and publications from School of Hospitality and Tourism
AUT School of Hospitality and Tourism
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Last updated: 16-Dec-2016 2.01pm
The information on this page was correct at time of publication. For a comprehensive overview of AUT qualifications, please refer to the Academic Calendar.