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Université de Saint-Boniface Diploma in Tourism Management
Université de Saint-Boniface

Diploma in Tourism Management

Winnipeg, Canada

2 Years

French

Full time, Part time

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CAD 12,995 / per year *

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* for permanent residents and Canadian citizens the price is $5065

Introduction

Do you love travel and adventure? Do you like to meet others and make them discover new tourist places, historical points of interest, different landscapes, authentic dishes? Would you like to acquire practical skills? Our diploma in tourism management is waiting for you!

Our students are passionate about discovery and travel. They have a great openness to the world. They like to work with the public and showcase the heritage wealth from here or elsewhere. With a diploma in tourism management, you will be able to manage a business or a tourism service, promote historical attractions, organize special events, develop the content of a guided tour or create a travel package.

duration

2-year full-time program. Leads to a college diploma in tourism management.

Program overview

Our program will give you specialized training in tourism and business. It includes theoretical courses and a strong practical dimension, including an internship at the end of the program. During your studies, you will develop skills in group facilitation, sustainable tourism, management, marketing, customer service and interpersonal and intercultural communication. Of course, you will study the geographic and cultural attractions of Manitoba and Canada!

Topics studied include:

  • Tourist support (guided tours)
  • Group animation
  • Cultural diversity
  • Marketing and new technologies
  • Organization of special activities
  • Tourism products and services
  • Customer service
  • Sustainable and urban tourism

The program incorporates several practical components that prepare you for the realities of the world of work:

  • Practical projects
  • Familiarization tours and visits
  • Practical internship in the workplace

The school has two admissions: one in September for all programs and one in January for university programs only. However, between May 1, 2022 and July 1, 2022, Canadians will still be able to register for the start of the September re-entry, while internationals will have to wait for the next re-entry, either in January 2023 or September 2023, according to their program.

Canada forecasts the creation of 54,000 tourism jobs by 2025. It is a sector that generates nearly two million jobs in the country and brings in more than $ 100 billion a year!

Continuing Studies

Our graduates can gain recognition of their two years of study for the pursuit of various Bachelor of Tourism Management programs offered in Western Canada in English. Indeed, our degree is based on the basic tourism skills adopted by British Columbia.

Job opportunities

Here are some examples of places where our tourism graduates find employment:

  • Tourist offices
  • Commercial enterprises related to tourism (accommodation, catering, transport, travel)
  • Museums and interpretation centers
  • Public function

They hold jobs in the following fields:

  • Design of destinations and packages
  • Event
  • Marketing, advertising and public relations
  • Tourist writing
  • Customer service
  • Recreation service
  • Adventure tourism
  • Historical or cultural visits

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