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GAIN A DIPLOMA AND
VALUABLE ON-THE-JOB EXPERIENCE

Mentora School of Business and Technology is located in downtown Toronto - Study in Canada!

Study business programs in Toronto, Canada’s largest city, and gain the knowledge and applied skills that will help you enter the job market in under a year.  

Learn from our faculty who are highly regarded industry professionals with a deep understanding of the Canadian work culture and teach our curriculum based on the needs of employers and the labour market. Mentora offers state of the art business programs in Toronto.

Gain valuable experience through our 384 hour industry-work placement opportunities supervised by our employment partners and MCBT faculty.

School in Canada - Mentora is a career college in Toronto that offers an advanced diploma in Business Administration.
Faculty of Business Administration Management

Diploma in Business Administration Management

Fast forward your business education with Mentora’s business diploma. In 48 weeks, you will be prepared for a career in business management or entrepreneurship. Learn from lectures, collaborative projects, presentations, interactive discussions, and case studies. In your third semester, your work placement will allow you to apply the skills you have learned in the classroom.

Mentora is a career college in Toronto that offers an advanced diploma in hospitality.
Faculty of Hospitality

Diploma in Hotel Management

The tourism industry is heating up, sharpen your hospitality skills with Mentora’s diploma in hospitality. This 48-week program will prepare you for a rewarding career in one of the world’s largest economic sectors, driving job creation, exports, and global prosperity. Learn hands-on skills and in your third semester, you will have an exciting work placement at so you can apply your new skills right away.

Classes start in spring, fall, and winter.

Programs are 48 weeks long. Scholarships are available.

TODAY? TORONTO. TOMORROW? THE WORLD.

Now accepting students for 2021.