Earn a Diploma in Hotel Management
Calling all extroverts! Hotel industry is the fastest growing segment of the larger Travel and Tourism sector, the world’s largest economic sector, driving job creation and global prosperity. Develop the knowledge and skills you need to take advantage of this growing sector and build a globally mobile career you’ll love. Classroom curriculum is delivered by academic experts with Hospitality and Tourism industry professional experience. A third-semester industry-work placement in the hospitality industry will immerse you in this vibrant field, with opportunities at resorts, hotels, convention centres, restaurants and more. Ask us about our scholarship options!
Mentora College of Business & Technology offers hospitality & hotel management courses that teach industry-relevant essential skills and provides valuable work experience that enables our graduates to be job-ready in pursuit of their employment opportunities. Our well-rounded curriculum enhances critical thinking and leadership skills to lay the foundations for career and personal growth, supporting Toronto’s tourism industry. Plus, you have the option to take your education further with our exciting partnership agreement with Georgian College.
SMALL CLASS SIZES
Classes are currently capped at a maximum of 14 students, ensuring highly personalized instruction and engaged interactions with faculty, who are well-regarded industry professionals.
1 in every 10 jobs worldwide is supported by travel and tourism.*
International tourist arrivals grew 5% in 2018 to reach the 1.4 billion mark. At the same time, export earnings generated by tourism have grown to USD 1.7 trillion. **
The Hotel industry in Canada is expected to see a 32% increase in labour demand between 2010 and 2030. By 2030, demand for labour could support over 308,000 full-year jobs in the Hotel industry***
*World Travel and Tourism Council, 2018
**World Tourism Organization (UNWTO)
***Canadian Tourism Human Resources Council
DIPLOMA IN HOTEL MANAGEMENT
25.5 hours per week
Currently capped at 14 students
- Front office supervisor
- Front office agent
- Guest services supervisor
- Guest services agent
- Reservations supervisor
- Reservations agent
- Banquet supervisor
- Catering supervisor
- Marketing assistant
- Human resources assistant
- Assistant restaurant manager
- Restaurant manager
- Assistant bar manager
- Bar manager
- Food and beverage controller
- Customer relations staff
- Hotel housekeeping supervisor
- Hotel/resort security manager
- Room service supervisor
- Room service manager
- Purchasing assistant
- Attain broadly applicable knowledge and skills of hotel management and develop a diverse set of transferable skills.
- Learn from qualified faculty with meaningful and relevant experience in the hospitality, tourism, travel and convention industries.
- Engage with fellow students and instructors in small classes, where learning can be personalized.
- Gain relevant, real-world experience during a 384-hour industry-work experience placement in the third semester of your program.
HOTEL MANAGEMENT PROGRAM GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS
To be eligible for the Industry-work placement in the third-semester students must:
Complete all their courses in semesters 1 and 2 and achieve a minimum mark of 60% in each course.
In order for a student to receive his/her diploma he/she must:
Fulfil all the requirements of the program as outlined in the student contract.