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Best Hospitality Colleges In New Zealand

The hospitality industry is expanding gradually, and people spend millions on hospitality businesses like cafes, bars, restaurants, etc., every year. This calls for more job opportunities for trained hospitality staff. Some of the hospitality colleges in New Zealand specialize in this field, so if you are looking for hospitality courses in New Zealand, here are the top colleges in the country.

  1. PIHMS 

    Established in 1995, the Pacific International Hotel Management School (PIHMS) is a private college in New Plymouth. It is the only training institute in the country with a parallel hotel campus imitating an actual hotel. It provides you with all the skills, knowledge, and experience required for acing in the industry.
    When coupled with passion and proper attitude, all these things upgrade the students to the next level. This would give the trainees an edge over others. There are four departments in the Hospitality course, namely Kitchen, Food and Beverage, Front Office, and Housekeeping.


    TOI-OHOMAI is now a part of Te Pūkenga- New Zealand Institute of Skills and Technology. They create a huge national network by clubbing the Institutes of Technology and Polytechnics (ITPs) and the training activities of certain Industry Training Organizations (ITOs). This undoubtedly offers the students more choices along with flexibility.
    The programs offered here are consistent and aligned with the industry’s needs. They offer short-term as well as long-term courses in hospitality. Their strong industry connections help the students train in a real-time work environment.

  1. Southern Institute of Technology 

    This Institute offers more than 250 programs covering many categories of subjects. Besides the creative industry, business, and nursing, they contribute amazingly well in the hospitality, hotel, and travel industry. Their programs, like SIT ZERO FEES, SIT2LRN Distance Learning, and MAINZ, have gained recognition worldwide.
    Regarding hospitality courses, they provide diploma or certificate courses in Culinary Excellence, Cookery & Patisserie, Liquor License Controller, Barista Training, Food and Beverage Service, and many more. They have five campuses offering more than 200 courses in 33 subjects. If one cannot take time for Certificate courses, they can also opt for short courses.

  1. Manukau Institute of Technology 

    This Institute has interesting courses regarding hospitality, like advanced beverage service, cocktail making, and leading and supervising in a restaurant environment. It offers full-time as well as part-time studies to students. It polishes the students with all the skills required to become successful and valued industry members.
    There are also offered real-world experience by making them attend various industry events and functions. This also helps them develop communication skills as they deal with customers directly.

  1. Otago Polytechnic 

    Otago is proving its capability constantly to train people so that they face a smooth transition from studies to industry. A good teacher-to-student ratio (1:16) ensures that every student is well-focused up on.
    They also provide their students with hands-on learning that equips them with experience and skills requisite for working in the industry. This Institute doesn’t fail to provide a good place to study while providing all the services and facilities.

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