If you’re interested in working in the food and beverage sector of the industry and helping to create memorable experiences, the Food and Beverage major is a great starting point.
Think of any event, holiday or great hospitality experience and at its centre you’ll find great food and fine wine – or your beverage of choice. This major covers international food and beverage management, gastronomy, service management, sales and marketing, and financial management.
This is part of the Bachelor of International Hospitality Management.
Start date: 2019
Start date: 2020
You also need to complete additional papers in your second and third year to make up the total of 360 points you need for your degree. You can do this by:
You can talk to us about which option is best for you. You don’t need to make this choice until the end of your first year of study at AUT.
The practical side of this programme involves using commercial kitchen tools and equipment, and requires you to demonstrate a level of awareness and skill that does not compromise any health and safety standards for yourself and others.
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