English Language Direct Entry Program
Learn the language of the industry...
"Our study is not only English, but everything that relates to hospitality. For example, we're learning about organising an event and dinner; the way of welcoming guests, the difference of culture in the world, and the method of food and drinks."
Improve your English skills and learn the language of the hospitality industry.
William Blue’s Hospitality Management Direct Entry Program English course is one of a kind in Australia. It teaches you the type of language related to your field of study, giving you the English language ability you need to succeed professionally.
This exciting way of learning draws on content from topics that motivate you to study harder. This subject uses a range of authentic language and you could find yourself learning how to mix cocktails or visiting the William Blue kitchens to learn the language that you will use in your professional life. Excursions and hotel visits are also included in this English language course, giving you a clear understanding of what it means to work in the exciting world of hospitality.
You can study this course at William Blue from day 1 of your chosen advanced diploma or higher education degree.
What you'll learn:
- Authentic English in context
- Jargon and hospitality acronyms
- Hospitality orientated English
- Practical English, applied to your desired career
How can I study?
- Full time
- 10-15 Weeks (depending on your IELTS or equivalent entry level)
- Not Available
Where can I study?
Study on campus....
On campus study not available.
General Admissions Criteria
Minimum 18 years of age with completion of senior high school certificate (Year 12) or equivalent
English Language Admissions Criteria
Approved English tests include:
|2019 - Trimester 1
||20 May – 9 June
|2019 - Trimester 2
||2 Sep – 22 Sep
|2019 - Trimester 3
||16 Dec – 5 Jan
Fees & Financial Assistance
There are no scholarships available for this course.
* William Blue reserves the right to increase fees by up to 10% in each calendar year to cover increases in the cost of course delivery. The total course cost will depend on the duration of the course and whether a student studies full time or part time.
CRICOS Code: 070568B
This course is designed for international students who need to improve their English level.
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Workload and Assessment
Typical assessment includes:A variety of reading, writing and presentation tasks.