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Australia: UB delivers professional new hospitality managers

A global shortage of senior hospitality managers has led the University of Ballarat (UB) to offer a new Bachelor of Hospitality Management this year.

Students in western Victoria can now learn the professional skills they need for the hospitality industry. Applied learning, through internships and industry projects, is a focus of the Degree.

UB has been teaching students since 1870 and is one of the oldest educational institutions in Australia. Graduates rate their experience highly, as the best University in regional Victoria. They enjoy small class sizes, friendly and supportive staff, and are ready for their new and successful careers as soon as they graduate.

Ballarat is a small college town located north-west of Melbourne, in the south-east corner of Australia. It’s an affordable place to live and learn. There are six campuses throughout the region, in Ararat, Ballarat, Horsham, and Stawell, offering both TAFE (polytechnic) and higher education courses. Postgraduate, undergraduate and English language course are all available.

UB courses are also delivered in international locations, including China, Singapore, Malaysia and Hong Kong.

More than 10% of the on-campus students are from overseas, creating a thriving international community. Dev Behera, from India, says: “University at Ballarat was an amazing time. The class sizes were small, the lecturers were personal, the atmosphere in classes informal, and you got to know everyone pretty quickly. Living at the halls of residence was an uplifting experience, and being in Ballarat was definitely a change but great to be part of.”

Contact one of our StudyLink student counsellors for more information on study options at the University of Ballarat .

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Its the worst university regarding the location,staffs and the indian students are mostly amateurs.Difficult to cope up in Ballarat without job and it is a boring town.Information Technology,Mining lecturers are mostly psychopaths.There is no transport service to university.Most of the students are not valued its a revenue based university.They fail most of the students for income.

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