Canadian Tourism College offers pathway to family-supporting jobs and plenty of opportunities to travel

There’s only one tourism school in Canada that has the fuselage of a Boeing 737-500 jet inside its campus for training purposes. And it happens to be the country’s oldest: Canadian Tourism College.

Canadian Tourism College also offers diplomas in travel and tourism, as well as in hospitality and resort business management. These programs include one year of intensive study followed by one year of full-time work as a co-op student at Canadian pay levels.

If students graduate with a B average in hospitality and resort business management with the co-op component, they can then transfer to Royal Roads University and bachelor-degree-granting programs in international hotel management or global tourism management. This way, they can receive a degree—on top of their existing diploma—in two years, plus they have a year of work experience.

CAN$ 22,515 Tourism Business Management Co-op Diploma
CAN$ 17,940 Tourism Business Management Diploma
CAN$   7,705 Travel Co-op Certificate
CAN$   6,345 Tourism Certificate

For more information, please contact StudyCanada EU <- click for e-mail

Or check out the Canadian Tourism College (CTC), Vancouver, British Columbia page n this web site

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