Students must follow the timetables set out by the Institute of Tourism Studies and may be required to attend morning, afternoon and/or evening sessions. They may also be required to attend sessions after normal hours, on public holidays and at weekends (Saturday or Sunday).
The language of tuition at the Institute of Tourism Studies is English.
Applicants over 23 years of age may be considered for full-time programmes as mature applicants. Such applications will be considered on an individual basis and applicants will be asked to undertake an aptitude test and a personal interview.
Students presenting professional (through ITS RPL Programme) or post-secondary diplomas or certificates related in whole or in part to the area of study may, if approved by the Institute, be exempted from taking particular modules from the relevant programme of studies, provided full documentation is presented at the time of assessment. The Institute reserves the right not to accept such credentials.
Students who come into contact with food will be required to successfully complete a Food Handlers course in accordance with current Health & Hygiene Regulations prior to the commencement of the course.
Students shall undertake a medical examination to certify their suitability to join a programme of studies at the Institute of Tourism Studies.
The Institute reserves the right to determine the number of new entrants in relation to the availability of resources and the standard of applicants.