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International College of Management, Sydney

International College of Management, Sydney

The International College of Management, Sydney (ICMS) was established in 1996, as the International College of Tourism and Hospitality Management (ICTHM). When the first intake began, the school had 18 staff members and 62 students. Today ICMS takes in more than 700 students per year and has and has become a global leader in management education. To accommodate the vast program development, the college became the International College of Management, Sydney (ICMS) in 2003.

The college offers associate degrees, bachelor's degrees and master's degrees in the areas of hospitality management, event management, international tourism, retail services management, sport management and property services management. This is done in association with the school’s strategic partners, Macquarie University and Cesar Ritz.

The International College of Management, Sydney strongly believes that the best learning combines practical work with a strong theoretical foundation. The balance of management and vocational training and a real culture of entrepreneurialism within ICMS equip students with the knowledge and skills to rise to the top of their chosen professions. Each course is built around real business experience and developed in conjunction with industry professionals to ensure its relevance and value.

Students completing ICMS diploma and degree courses are provided with another important benefit; they have nine months paid industry training. Students gain real workplace experience in leading Australian and international businesses selected by ICMS, and are paid for it. Interestingly, many ICMS students are asked to return to their placement employer as a full-time employee after their graduation.

The International College of Management, Sydney has won numerous awards in the last decade and is highly regarded by industry professionals. The school was the winner of the 2008 Premier's Exporter of the Year Award for Education, and the 2004/2005 Australian Tourism Awards for Excellence in Tourism, Education & Training.


151 Darley Rd