Bachelor of Tourism, Hospitality and Events Management

CRICOS Code: 099074G
National Code: CRS1400588


Advance your career with this comprehensive degree in tourism, hospitality, and events management. Secure your future as a leader in these exciting and in-demand sectors. Develop your skills and experience across leadership, finance, marketing, human resources, entrepreneurship, strategic planning, and risk management in addition to industry specific electives. You’ll graduate with industry focused management skills with live case studies, industry projects and placement opportunities. These real-world experiences will give you the skills and confidence employers are seeking in these dynamic and fast-paced industries. Study at the Regency International Centre, a specially-designed, world-class training facility right here in Adelaide. From tourism packages, conferences and events to restaurants, hotels and resorts, advance your career in tourism, hospitality, and events management. You choose where your career will take you with TAFE SA.

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156 weeks
120 weeks
Event Manager ,  Hotel Manager,  Tourism or Travel Manager
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There is only a July intake for the Barossa Valley location.

Course Admission Requirements
(for International Applications)

  • Academic IELTS score of 6.0 Overall with minimum of 5.5 in all bands or equivalent.
  • Satisfactory completion of Year 12 or overseas equivalent OR
  • Certificate IV or higher in a Hospitality, Tourism or Events related area OR
  • Successful completion of the Diploma of Hospitality, Tourism or Events related area (credit will apply)

Course Notes

  • Students will receive credit (depending on electives chosen) into of the Bachelor of Tourism, Hospitality & Events Management following the successful completion of the Diploma or Advanced Diploma of Hospitality Management, Events or Tourism Management.
  • The core unit CAPSTONE Industry Project will enable students to engage with local industry. In addition, students may arrange and conduct other industry based projects to aid their practical experience.
  • The elective subject ‘Entrepreneurs' Challenge’ is taught by both TAFE SA and the University of Adelaide. International students, enrolling in this elective subject, will be required to attend at both TAFE SA Regency Campus and the University of Adelaide City Campus. Specific details will be provided upon enrolment in the subject.
  • Students choosing to enrol in the elective 'Sensory Analysis of Food and Wine' will need to pay a A$150 consumables fee.


These course fees are for international students only.

Tuition Fees
Incidental Fees*
Semester 1
AUD $8275
AUD $2010*
Semester 2
AUD $8275
Semester 3
AUD $8275
Semester 4
AUD $8275
Semester 5
AUD $8275
Semester 6
AUD $8275
Fee Totals
AUD $49650
AUD $2010*
Total Course Cost
AUD $51660

* Students will be required to purchase a name badge for A$10 and the required text books at an approximate cost of A$2000 for the printed version and A$1200 for the electronic version. Students choosing to enrol in the elective 'Sensory Analysis of Food and Wine' will need to pay a A$150 consumables fee.

Note: TAFE SA course tuition and other fees/costs are subject to regular increases and are reviewed annually. TAFE SA accepts applications for courses commencing beyond the current year, course, tuition and other fees/costs for these years will apply once published. TAFE SA and their agents reserve the right to alter, amend or delete any fee, course, admission requirement, mode of delivery, duration or other arrangement without prior notice. If the study duration is extended beyond the period of the student’s visa the student will be liable for visa and related costs, eg medical examinations, OSHC and living expenses.

Overseas Students Health Cover

All overseas students are required to have Overseas Students Health Cover (OSHC) insurance for the entire duration of the course. The health cover rate will vary depending on the personal circumstances and duration of stay in Australia. Read more about Overseas Students Health Cover.

  • Employment Outcomes

    Employment roles of Graduates of this course could be to:
    •Run or aspire to run their own business (Sole Trader)
    •Run or contribute to the running of a Small business
    •Aspire to Middle Management or move up from MiddleManagement (Larger Business/Corporations)

    Note: Completion of a TAFE SA course does not guarantee an employment outcome. Formal requirements other than educational qualifications (eg licensing, professional registration), may apply to some occupations.

    Qualifications & Skills Covered

    Bachelor of Tourism, Hospitality and Events Management (CRS1400588)
    This qualification provides students with relevant transferable business skills in areas such as Strategic Planning, Finance, Marketing, International Human Resource Management, Business Research and Business Ethics. The course also provides students with work placement, project opportunities and live cases so skills are put into practice to address current and future needs of the Hospitality, Tourism and Events industry. To complete the qualification you are required to complete all 16 core units and 8 elective units.

    of TAFE SA graduates are satisfied with the overall quality of training.
    of TAFE SA graduates would recommend their training.

    * 2023 NCVER Student Outcomes Survey findings
  • Core

    Name Nominal Hours
    Business Relationships 144
    Business Research Methodology 144
    CAPSTONE: Industry Project 144
    Entrepreneurship and Innovation 144
    Finance for Decision Making 144
    Global Business 144
    International Human Resource Management 144
    Introduction to Economics 144
    Managing Customer Service Excellence 144
    Managing Safety and Security 144
    Marketing Concepts 144
    Operations Planning and Control 144
    Principles of Leadership and Management 144
    Risk and Compliance Management 144
    Strategic Planning and Management 144
    The Tourism, Hospitality and Events Industries 144


    Name Nominal Hours
    Business Finance 144
    Design as a Customer Experience 144
    Entrepreneurs' Challenge 144
    Event Management 144
    Global Tourism 144
    International Marketing 144
    Managing the Tourist Experience 144
    Organisational Behaviour 144
    Professional Practice 144
    Revenue and Yield Management 144
    Sensory Analysis of Food and Wine 144
    Sponsorship and Fundraising Events 144
    The Events Industry 144
    The Hospitality Industry 144
    The Tourism Industry 144
    Tourism, Hospitality and Event Sustainability 144

  • The city created for students

    You will never find another city like Adelaide. With welcoming locals, it is the perfect place for you to study, live and enjoy.

    Affordable living
    A student city

    A student city

    Adelaide is home to over 30,000 international students and has a strong and growing reputation as an education city. In addition to TAFE SA, Adelaide is home to six world-leading universities: The University of Adelaide, the University of South Australia, Flinders University, Carnegie Mellon University, Torrens University Australia and CQ University Australia.


    Adelaide’s crime rates are the lowest in the country and for that reason, Adelaide has previously been named the safest city in Australia.

    Beach Culture

    Beach Culture

    Adelaide’s pristine sandy beaches are just a 20 minute tram ride from the city centre. On hot summer days, you can study in the day and take the tram to have dinner at the beach and watch the sunset with friends.

    Live centrally

    Accommodation is more affordable in Adelaide than in other cities in Australia making it often possible for students to live in the heart of the city or just outside. This means more time is spent studying and less time travelling.

    Live centrally


    Adelaide is known for its cafe culture, with more cafes and restaurants by population than any other city in Australia. In recent years, Adelaide has also developed a vibrant and varied bar scene. The city is big enough that you will struggle to visit all of the places you would like to drink and eat in during in your first year of study. Our mix of cultures means there’s likely to be a supermarket that sells food from your home country too.

    Easy to get around

    Adelaide is a flat city so it is ideal for walking or cycling. Its grid layout makes it almost impossible to get lost! There are free trams and buses around the city centre. International students can show their ID to get cheaper tickets.

    Easy to get around


    Adelaide is known for its festivals, which are famous around the world. WOMADelaide, the Adelaide Festival of Arts, Fringe Festival and Cabaret Festival are just some of the international arts and music festivals that keep the city buzzing

    Everyone agrees – Adelaide is a great place to live and study

    Adelaide is recognised as one of the world’s most liveable cities. In 2014, Lonely Planet’s Best of Travel book ranked Adelaide in the global top ten. For the last four years Adelaide has been ranked one of the most liveable cities in the world by The Economist Intelligence Unit.

    Everyone agrees – Adelaide is a great place to live and study
    Beautiful weather

    Beautiful weather

    Adelaide has four distinct seasons, with moderate winters and warm to hot summers. In winter you will need woolly jumpers and jackets and in summer, shorts and t-shirts. The heat in South Australia is dry, rather than humid.

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