The classes that I am taking are International Food and Beverage Management, Special Interest Tourism, Tourism Operations, and Event Marketing and Sponsorship. In Australia, for each class, you have to go to a lecture and a tutorial. Lectures are an hour and fifty minutes long, and tutorials are only fifty minutes long. The lecture sections are much larger and you basically listen to the convener of the course go through powerpoint slides. The tutorials are much smaller and much more interactive. Tutorials are taught by the section tutor and you discuss readings, work on assignments, etc.
Something else that is different here is their grading system. They don't go by A, B, C, D, and F. They instead go by High Definition (HD), Distinction (D), Credit (C), Pass (P), and Fail (N). I am aiming for all HD's :)