The School of Management is part of Wellington School of Business and Government.

Located in the heart of New Zealand's capital city, the School of Management recognises the importance of students having a degree of managerial and policy expertise, as well as a critical awareness of how commercial and public organisations operate.

Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations

Learn why and how managing people is crucial to businesses today. Explore the changing nature of work and employment relationships.

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Available subjects

  • Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations

Management

Learn how people behave in organisations and gain the skills in strategic thinking, decision-making and communication that you need to be a successful manager.

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Available subjects

  • Business Administration
  • Management

Tourism Management

The tourism industry offers a world of opportunities. Studying Tourism Management from Victoria University of Wellington will help you on your journey towards a senior role in this exciting, diverse and growing industry.

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Available subjects

  • Tourism Management
School of Management's accreditation

Accreditations

Wellington School of Business and Government is part of an elite group worldwide to hold the 'Triple Crown' of international accreditations. In addition our Tourism Management qualifications have TedQual certification.

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Upcoming events

  • POSTPONED: The rise of the tourist pledge

    Presenter: Eliza Raymond (co-researcher and presenter), Dr Julia N. Albrecht (lead researcher)

    Venue: Room 01, Mezzanine Floor, Rutherford House (RH MZ01), Pipitea Campus, Wellington

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Latest news

  • Why tourism’s future lies in its past

    Climate change and carbon footprints, political unrest, global epidemics – what does it all mean for the future of tourism? While the crystal ball is murky, futurologist Associate Professor Ian Yeoman has some ideas about how the sector may change in the coming decades.