Advanced Diploma in Hospitality and Tourism Management

This two-year program will give you the skills necessary to enter the hospitality sector in a management position. This program is powered by Oracle Hospitality and you will learn to use the Oracle property management system.

This program qualifies for Second Career funding.

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Fees & Facts

Fees:

$19,000 CAD

Fees after scholarship*
$11,500 CAD international students 
$6,080 CAD domestic students 

*Valid until November 2020 intake.

Duration:

Full-time:
Academic:
48 weeks in-class

Total length: 78 weeks including scheduled breaks

Start Dates: Some intakes are available to start online.

May 4, 2020
July 6, 2020
September 7, 2020
November 2, 2020
January 4, 2021
March 1, 2021
May 3, 2021
July 5, 2021
September 7, 2021
November 1, 2021

Class Time:

Daytime

 

Program Outcomes

  • Gain the skills required by this sector including efficient management techniques
  • Learn about the impact of excellent customer service
  • Understand the vital role managers play in this sector

Learning Partner

Oracle Hospitality

The program is powered by Oracle Hospitality. OPERA Property Management Cloud Service by Oracle Hospitality is a cloud-based, mobile-enabled platform for next generation hotel property management. You will learn how to use the Oracle property management system as if you were to be working in a hotel.

Hear from our students and faculty

Watch these videos to gain a deeper perspective at TSoM.

Success Stories

Nanako Hidaka
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Wedding planner by day. Student by night. Nanako, from Japan believes that pursuing her studies in Toronto will provide her with Canadian work opportunities and help her establish a business in the hospitality and tourism industry – something she's always dreamt about. 

Julia Matelus
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Julia from The Bahamas came to Toronto, Canada to enjoy a multicultural experience as an international student. As she ventures to a new environment, she realized that life learnings can be based on the differences of students who came from different walks of life.

Mellisa Gonsalves
20-year-old Mellisa from Guyana loves studying abroad and being able to share her experiences with instructors and classmates. The Co-op program is a great way for Mellisa to see what it is really like to be working in the hospitality and tourism industry.

Rima and Sumitra
Rima and Sumitra traveled to Canada to gain an international education in Toronto, These inseparable schoolmates became best friends and are now living, studying, and working together.

Heidi Short
High spirited Heidy from Curaçao is especially interested in the tourism sector specifically the aviation industry as she see this as a dynamic and challenging career. For Heidy, nothing is impossible here in Canada. She says this country offers endless and vast opportunities!

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Nanako Hidaka, Hospitality and Tourism - Japan

Nanako Hidaka
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Wedding planner by day. Student by night. Nanako, from Japan believes that pursuing her studies in Toronto will provide her with Canadian work opportunities and help her establish a business in the hospitality and tourism industry – something she's always dreamt about. 

  • Hospitality & Tourism
  • Student
  • Video
Julia Matelus, Hospitality and Tourism - The Bahamas

Julia Matelus
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Julia from The Bahamas came to Toronto, Canada to enjoy a multicultural experience as an international student. As she ventures to a new environment, she realized that life learnings can be based on the differences of students who came from different walks of life.

  • Hospitality & Tourism
  • Student
  • Video
Mellisa Gonsalves, Hospitality and Tourism - Guyana

Mellisa Gonsalves
20-year-old Mellisa from Guyana loves studying abroad and being able to share her experiences with instructors and classmates. The Co-op program is a great way for Mellisa to see what it is really like to be working in the hospitality and tourism industry.

  • Hospitality & Tourism
  • Student
  • Video
Rima and Sumitra, Business & Hospitality - Nepal

Rima and Sumitra
Rima and Sumitra traveled to Canada to gain an international education in Toronto, These inseparable schoolmates became best friends and are now living, studying, and working together.

  • Business
  • Hospitality & Tourism
  • Student
  • Video
Heidy Short, Hospitality and Tourism - Curaçao

Heidi Short
High spirited Heidy from Curaçao is especially interested in the tourism sector specifically the aviation industry as she see this as a dynamic and challenging career. For Heidy, nothing is impossible here in Canada. She says this country offers endless and vast opportunities!

  • Hospitality & Tourism
  • Student
  • Video
Kasumi Tsukada, Hospitality and Tourism - Japan

Kasumi Tsukada
Kasumi has always wanted to gain experiences in foreign countries. She moved to Toronto, with the ambition of working in a luxury hotel. Toronto School of Management have been a tremendous help for her regarding her work at two luxury hotels in Toronto.

  • Hospitality & Tourism
  • Student
  • Video
Mohamad Tanweer, Hospitality and Tourism - Mauritius

Mohamad Tanweer
Mohamad Tanweer is a 21-year-old from Mauritius. He is fascinated with the food and beverage industry and looks forward to broadening his industry knowledge and skills so he can achieve his future goal of gaining a managerial job in this area.

  • Hospitality & Tourism
  • Student
  • Video
Jay Park, Hospitality & Tourism - South Korea

Jay Park
Jay from South Korea has always been the adventurous person. He loves to travel to different countries, not only to expand his English, but also to widen his social network. Even though he has plans of travelling abroad after his studies, he will definitely return to Toronto as he loves the city.

  • Hospitality & Tourism
  • Student
  • Video