Melbourne Campus – Flinders Street is located right in the heart of Melbourne’s creative and business hub. This campus is where Melbourne based students studying a Master of International Hotel Management attend lectures and tutorials. Students share this campus with other Torrens University students who are studying business, design and health courses. With many iconic hospitality and tourism venues close by, the Campus is well situated for students learning about the industry.
With a campus located in the heart of the Melbourne CBD, everything is at your fingertips. An abundance of cafes, restaurants, entertainment venues, gyms and recreation centres are situated nearby. Catching public transport is also convenient with Flinders Street Train Station located just a short three-minute walk away. All trams are free (not only City Circle Tram) in Melbourne’s Free Tram Zone which operates in Melbourne’s CBD and this makes it convenient for students to travel within the city’s boudaries without payment.
Address: 196 Flinders Street Melbourne VIC 3000
using the library
accessing Sharepoint, learning portal and your student portal.
If you don't have a computer - think about how you'll get access to one for your study.
You should bring your laptop with you to class every day.
We recommend using Google Chrome web browser
The Sharepoint is where you access course material
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To ensure you stay safe on and off campus we recommend you take the following precautions:
After hours emergency - call 000.
BMIHMS seeks to create a fun, inclusive and relaxed environment to enjoy sharing your faith by celebrating our cultural, ethnic and faith diversity. To find out more refer to Faith Support - Leura and Faith Support Presentation, or contact our Faith Coordinator, Dr Zelko Livaic, who will be happy to assist with Faith Support of any Faith type in your unique spiritual journey.
BMIHMS at Torrens University Australia offers a free supportive, confidential counselling service to students including when they are on placement. Please feel free to contact either of the counsellors to make an appointment via email BMHSCounsellors@laureate.edu.au
•Weekly Careers and Employability classes
•Provide assistant with your cover letter and resume writing
•Career planning and goal setting for your Industry Placement and beyond
•Group and individual Gallup coaching sessions
•Working closely with Industry Team to organise the GPP Careers Expo, Hotel Recruitment days and hotel tours
•Assisting with volunteer events for students to gain experience
Careers connect is the platform for all BMIHMS students that gives students the opportunity to explore:
•To submit your cover letter and resume for reviewing by Success Coach Team
•To make an appointment with Success Team for Careers consulting and coaching session
•Volunteer job opportunities to gain experience
•Casual, Part Time and Industry Placement job opportunities
•Unpaid Internship opportunities
•Graduate job opportunities
Academic Skills page on Blackboard: On this page you’ll find the Academic Writing Guide which contains information about academic writing, analysing assessment briefs and the Torrens APA referencing guide. On this page you’ll also see videos and documents related to essay/report writing, reading and note-taking, academic integrity. You can access the Academic Skills page by following the path Blackboard > Student Resources > Academic Skills.
Studiosity: Submit your assessment drafts for feedback on structure, grammar, use of language and referencing. There is also an online chat service where you can ask any questions regarding referencing or assessment structure. Access Studiosity via your subject page on Blackboard, or via the Torrens University Library page. All BMIHMS@TUA students get 10 free touchpoints with Studiosity each term. Please note that Studiosity cannot assist you with content, this is the role of your Learning Facilitator.
Academic Sills Website: The resources available here are designed to help you to develop the academic skills you will need in order to demonstrate your learning and apply your knowledge in your professional future.
We’re excited to offer you online workshops to help develop essential study skills. These include time management, critical thinking, referencing and much more. Join an online workshop to learn more about topics such as academic writing, referencing, reading and note-taking, and academic integrity. You don’t need to register for these workshops, just login 5-10 minutes before the session starts.
Mon - Thurs: 7.30am- 9.30pm
Fri: 7.30am - 6pm