The International College of Management, Sydney (ICMS) is a leading business school, teaching a balance of management and practical experience within a culture of training and entrepreneurialism. The College offers smaller class sizes, so students receive a more personal learning experience. Students also have the opportunity to study alongside students from more than 40 different countries, making inter-cultural experiences a part of everyday learning.
The College's various programs include study in the areas of Business Management, Event Management, Hospitality Management, International Tourism, Property Services Management and Sports Management. All undergraduate and associate degrees include nine months of Industry Training. Undergraduate students are also given the option to complete a double degree.
Business Preparation Programs (BPP), geared to improve English language proficiency; certificates and diplomas in Hospitality, Tourism and Events, and study abroad opportunities are also available through the College.
The campus is just a five-minute walk to Manly Beach, offering students a good study and life balance during their time at the College.
FEE-HELP is available for eligible students (Australian citizens).
Provider CRICOS: 01484M
This provider is accredited to deliver courses to international students, (CRICOS code 01484M)
Entry requirements for International College of Management, Sydney
Bachelor degree programs: Year 12 or equivalent with at least two of the following subjects taken: English, Maths, Business Studies, Economics, Hospitality, Tourism, Events, PDHPE.
Pathway programs available for students who do not meet academic entry requirements for undergraduate study.
All applicants are required to attend an interview where ICMS will assess their commitment to pursuing their profession.
Transfering your previous study credits
Applicants who can demonstrate successful completion of equivalent subjects at a recognised institution may be eligible for credit transfer. Similarly, applicants who can demonstrate competence attained through formal training, work experience and/or life experience may also be eligible for credit transfer. Please note that Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is assessed on an individual basis.