Diploma In Hospitality – Hotel And Restaurant Operations Management
Duration : 2 Years
Intake : Sept
Level : Undergraduate Diploma
Tuition & fees : $ 11,991 CAD Per Year
IELTS : 6.0
TOEFL : 80
PTE : 54
About this course
This two-year Ontario College Diploma program is designed to provide students with the knowledge and practical skills necessary for careers in the hospitality and tourism industry. This expanding industry has a demand for highly skilled, people-oriented graduates with good service orientation and managerial techniques. Although the hospitality industry involves long hours and shift work, it can also be rewarding. To acquaint students with these working conditions, some practical classes are held during the evenings and weekends and may include participation at community events sponsored through the College.
The program is divided into four levels and emphasizes practical applications and a foundation of managerial skills. In the first two levels, students study a variety of introductory courses to prepare them for entry-level employment. In the last two levels, there is a greater focus on courses that provide management skills including computer technology, menu planning, financial analysis, law and hospitality management projects.
The program requires that students complete 500 hours of work in the field of hotel, restaurant and tourism industry as a prerequisite to graduation. This work experience must be officially documented and approved by the coordinator of the program as a prerequisite to graduation.
Students receive a credit for 200 hours following the successful completion of all the practical courses in the School of Hospitality and Tourism.
Students who graduate from this program with a B average can enter into year three of the Bachelor of Hospitality and Tourism Management Degree after successfully completing four bridging courses offered at Algonquin College.
Costs for International Students
Algonquin College’s tuition fees are competitive with other large colleges in Canada and more affordable than universities. You’ll find that postsecondary education is far more affordable in Canada than in other English-speaking countries such as the US or UK. Costs will vary depending on your choice of program, where you choose to live, and your lifestyle. Tuition fees include full-coverage health insurance.
Estimated Budget for International students
Tuition & Books (1 Year)
Includes Tuition, Health Insurance, Upass (bus pass)
and Student Access Fees (8-Month Academic Year)