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ICMS join Manly corporate group

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ICMS have come on board as a club sponsor of the Manly Warringah Waratahs for the 2013/14 season.
 
Located on the hill overlooking Manly beach, you could not get a more ideally located setting for a world class venue.
 
The International College of Management, Sydney (ICMS) was established in 1996 as a specialized College of Higher education. In recent years, ICMS has become a global leader in management education, using applied learning to prepare graduates to be leaders in their industries. ICMS offers diplomas as well as associate degrees, bachelor’s degrees and master’s degrees in the areas of hospitality management, event management, international tourism, sport management and property services management.

Considering their great standing within the educational world and locality, they are a great fit to join the Waratahs corporate family.

Waratahs President Andrew Fraser is extremley happy at the new relationship

“We have had a relationship with ICMS for a number of years now, we are just formalising that relationship and bringing them into our official family” said Fraser.

“They are a top quality educational organisation that has a world wide reputation, however are also aware of their local roots. It’s a privilidge to have them as part of our club.”

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From Business Management to Sports Management to Event Management to Hospitality Management, ICMS have a wide range off both undergraduate and postgraduate courses to help you get into the workforce at any age. Visit them now at www.icms.edu.au or follow them on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/ICMS.edu.au

 

Why study at ICMS

Highly regarded qualifications

The International College of Management, Sydney (ICMS) is a leading business school, educating future leaders in event management, hospitality management, international tourism, strategic property management, retail services management and sport management. In association with partner Cesar Ritz, ICMS offers diplomas, degrees and associate degrees that are recognised throughout the world.

An outstanding learning environment

ICMS provides students with residential accommodation in an inspiring Manly location and ensures a safe, friendly and tolerant study environment. ICMS is committed to a balanced lifestyle for its students and academic pursuits are combined with a wide variety of extra-curricular activities.

Combining theory with practical experience

At ICMS there is a strong belief 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 the ICMS equips 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.

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Paid industry training

ICMS courses include another important benefit, they include paid Industry Training. Associate degree and degree students complete nine months paid Industry Training while Diploma and Sport students complete 4 months paid Industry Training. Students gain real workplace experience in leading Australian and International businesses selected by the College, and are paid for it. Industry Training has been a stepping stone for career opportunities for many ICMS students with industry partners often offering ICMS students full-time employment after graduation.

ICMS, the award-winning college

ICMS is highly regarded by industry professionals and has won many awards in the last decade. Most recently, ICMS was winner of the 2010 Australian Business Award for Marketing Excellence and the 2010 Premier’s NSW Export Award for Education. It has also been awarded the 2008 Premier’s Exporter of the Year Award for Education and the 2004/2005 Australian Tourism Awards for Excellence in Tourism, Education & Training

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