Hospitality and Tourism Management


    It is a pleasure to be working with a school with integrity and a sustainable vision truly aimed at ensuring industry standards. Binus is a leader in education in Indonesia and in South East Asia.
    (JIM HOGAN – Chairman, Industry Advisory Council)

    About The Program

    Hospitality and Tourism Management (HTM) is a double-degree program where students spend three year at BINUS INTERNATIONAL and one year at a reputable university / hotel school in Australia, UK, or Germany. Students may also obtain a Swiss higher diploma in hotel and tourism management, in which they can study and do and internship for 1 year in IHTTI SWISS Hotel School. During their study, students will gain real industry work experience through 6-month internships at renowned hotels or hospitality and tourism enterprises in Indonesia and overseas such as Marriott, The Ritz Carlton, Shangri-La, Nikko, Mandarin Oriental, Bvlgary Resort Bali, St Regis Bali, Grand Hyatt, Laguna, Westin (Starwood Group), Accorr Group and the Intercontinental Group.

    Why Study Hospitality and Tourism Management at BINUS INTERNATIONAL?

    At BINUS’ Hospitality and Tourism, students may enjoy international experiences through study abroad, students exchange program, internship at multinational companies, guest lectures and many more. The program is also fully supported by industry advisory council, a group of hospitality and tourism experts, that meet regularly.

    Hospitality and Tourism Management Major and Streaming 2011/2012

    Major Degree
    Single BINUS Degree Double Partner Degree Partner University
    Hospitality and Tourism Management SE Bachelor of Business in Hospitality and Tourism (B. Bus.) La Trobe University, Australia
    SE Bachelor of Arts (BA) Cologne Business School, Germany
    SE Bachelor of Arts (BA) Bournemouth University, UK
    SE   Swiss Higher Diploma in International Hotel & Tourism IHTTI School of Management, Switzerland

    Hospitality and Tourism Management Curricula

    Hospitality and Tourism Management Core Subjects
    • Accounting Management for Hospitality
    • Cuisine
    • Business Mathematics
    • Economic Theory
    • English for Tourism
    • Hotel and Restaurant English
    • Entrepreneurship
    • Introduction to MICE
    • Hospitality and Tourism Marketing
    • Hospitality and Tourism Research and Statistics
    • Hospitality Financial Accounting and Control
    • Hospitality Financial Management
    • Hospitality Human Resources Management
    • Hospitality Marketing Management
    • Intercultural Communication
    • Introduction to Hospitality Management Information System
    • Legal Issues for Hospitality & Tourism
    • Principles of Management & Business in the Hospitality Industry
    • Research Methodology
    • Restaurant and Food Service Management
    • Rooms Division Operations & Management
    • Supervision in the Hospitality Industry
    • Tourism Geography
    • Tourism Planning and Development
    • Current Trends and Issues in Tourism and the Hospitality Industry

    Students’ Achievements

    • Romy Dwi Prahasto Harisantoso: Finalist Abang-None Jakarta 2011
    • Mas Kemal Rausyan Fikri: Abang Favourite East Jakarta 2011
    • Nuchada Pramkeuw: 1st Winner Of National Fruit Carving Competition
    • Chennie Felicia Tan: Best Trainee At The Ritz Carlton Pacific Place, Sales And Marketing Department
    • Kevin Halim: Best Trainee At The Ritz Carlton Pacific Place, Sales And Marketing Department
    • Tiffany Thendean: Best Trainee At Grand Hyatt Jakarta, Front Office Department
    • Dorena Vania: Best Trainee At The Ritz Carlton Kuningan, Food & Beverage Department
    • Suryana: Scholarship Recipient To Study For 1 Semester At La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia

    Students’ Exchange Program

    School of Hospitality and Tourism of BINUS INTERNATIONAL has been conducted an exchange students program with Prince of Songkla University, Thailand And Kyung Hee University, Korea.

    Career Outlook

    Graduates will be ready to pursue attractive career possibilities worldwide at hotels, exclusive residences, holiday resorts, food and beverage services, MICE (meetings, incentives, conferences and exhibitions) businesses, travel agencies, leisure centers, airlines, cruise liners and many more. The managerial positions for the graduates vary widely in various divisions such as general affairs, residence affairs, marketing and sales, banquets and conventions, catering, event organizing, recreational clubs, food and beverage, restaurants, human resources, health and spa, tour operations, and consultancy.