With a population of more than two million people, Brisbane is Australia’s third largest city. The city boasts a thriving tourism industry, with major global hotel chains represented in the CBD, including Westin, W, and Accor.
With an ever growing array of food and beverage entertainment precincts in the city, and acclaimed resort regions along the Queensland coast, Brisbane is an ideal city to pursue studies in tourism and hotel management.
- A contemporary and professional teaching environment
- Located in the heart of the CBD
- Proximity to major CBD 5 star hotels, providing a range of job opportunities
- Easy access via rail and bus
- State of the art learning hub
- A range of student support services
- Dedicated student spaces
- Courses offered on our Brisbane Campus are NOT currently available for international students
Living in Brisbane
The capital of the state of Queensland, Brisbane is well known for its distinct Queenslander architecture which forms much of the city’s built heritage. With a range of inner city and urban environments; Brisbane is as cosmopolitan and chic as it is casual, enjoying an outdoor lifestyle all year round.
Events and activities
Brisbane offers access to a wide range of cultural, entertainment and sporting attractions.
What’s The Climate like?
Brisbane enjoys a sub-tropical climate with year round warm to hot temperatures.
What is the cost of living in Brisbane?
Brisbane living costs are lower than the national average, offering an affordable, high standard of living.
Finding Part - Time Employment
Casual jobs in hospitality management are common and jobs are regularly posted for students via the SCU Student login.
There are numerous living arrangements available for students of the Hotel School Brisbane.
Getting Around Brisbane
Brisbane is facilitated by trains, buses and ferries, as well as taxis and rideshare services. Cycling is also an increasingly popular form of transport.