Yes! We would be happy to welcome you to our campus for a tour or have you be a special guest in our classroom. This is the best way to find out if the program is right for you. Meet our current students and faculty and see it for yourself! Please contact our program coordinator to make an appointment.
According to Tourism HR Canada, the global spread of tourism in the past decades has made it one of the fastest growing economic sectors in the world. The projected spending in Canada’s tourism industry could rise from $220 billion in 2015 to over $338 billion in 2035. This growth will require 504, 000 new jobs be created between 2015 and 2035. (Tourism HR Cana
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It is possible to receive credits form courses if the requirements are met. You will need to contact Student Services to inquire about the process and your eligibility.
Our program intakes are in the fall and winter.
Yes! Students have the opportunity to travel within Canada and internationally through co-op participation and internships.
The Hotel and Restaurant Management program requires all students to have two uniforms for the duration of the program.
Your focus in the Hotel & Restaurant Management program is to gain skills and experience that will support you in your future career. In this program, conveying professionalism is deemed an essential skill. Wearing a uniform conveys a positive attitude and identifies your willingness and eagerness to be successful.
The cost of both uniforms is approximately $400. All ordering instructions will be provided to you during the first week of classes by your teacher.
Professional Kitchen knives will be required. Instructions for purchase will be provided in the first week of classes. The approximate textbook fees for the entire three-year program are $300.
To ensure student success, we do not recommend working full-time and studying full-time. This program requires students to fully engage in the content each semester. Many students are successful at balancing their school priorities with a part-time job. No more than 16 hours a week is recommended.