Hospitality - Hotel and Resort Services Management (Co-op)Fanshawe College
About this Program
Level: Diploma in Hospitality - Hotel and Resort Services Management (Co-op)
Discpline: Hospitality Administration and Management
Length: 4 semestersCheck My Eligibility
You’re the planner, the one who remembers every detail, who strives to make every experience a positive one for you and those around you. These personal characteristics, combined with your Fanshawe experience, will make you successful in the hospitality industry. With a broad but relevant curriculum, our hotel management program will teach you about guest and reservation management systems and provide hands-on experience in food service operations at Fanshawe’s on-campus restaurant and state-of-the-art kitchen facilities. You’ll gain not only a diploma in hotel management, but an understanding of what makes a successful business with courses in accounting, human resource management, financial management and event planning too. Finally, our co-op placement will ensure that by the time you graduate, you will have the right combination of classroom learning from our hotel management course, as well as business know-how and practical training that employers in the food service industry are searching for. You can expect to find meaningful employment in a number of different positions within a hotel, from food service to rooms division. Fanshawe's hotel management program also provides the opportunity to explore a career as a management trainee before advancing to management. The hotel industry isn’t just confined to Canada – you can go practically anywhere after you complete your hotel management diploma. You can choose to continue your education with postgraduate programs or pursue a degree in International Hotel Management at Royal Roads University.
Study and Work in Canada
Full-time undergraduate and post-graduate international students can work anywhere on or off campus without a work permit. The rules around the number of hours a student will be allowed to work may vary based on the country the student chooses to study in. International students are typically able to work up to 20 hours a week.