Advanced Studies in International Hotel Management

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Advanced Studies in International Hotel Management

ITHQ Signature program (ITHQ Diploma)

Admission application deadline: (for Fall admission):

  • Before April 1
  • Deadline for international students: before March 1

Information session (In French only)

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Your key to an international career in hotel management!

Held in a bilingual (French-English) learning environment, the Advanced Studies in International Hotel Management (ASIHM) program offers an educational model comparable to that of the major European or North American hotel schools complemented by an applied science approach, a flair for innovation, and Canadian energy. The ITHQ is a member of  Hotel Schools of Distinction, a global network of the world’s very best hotel schools and universities offering advanced studies in hotel management and has been selected by French luxury hotel giant Sofitel World to take part in its Accor School of Excellence program.

Unique in North America, ASIHM is a twenty-six month management program developed in consultation with global hotel industry leaders. With its work-study format and innovative content linking management concepts to the hotelier’s duties, it covers key market trends as well as the current requirements of the international hotel industry. This ITHQ Signature program thus enjoys true recognition by the most important international hotel chains.

The program’s academic content will enable you to control every aspect of hotel operations and master all the fundamentals of hotel management, including rooms division and food service operations, information technologies, legal issues, financial management, management strategies, revenue optimization, decision making and other managerial skills.

ASIHM also integrates behavioural and interpersonal skills to help you develop the human qualities of an effective and respected business leader. Lastly, the content is enhanced by developing the student’s creativity as well as the ability to innovate and demonstrate strategic vision.

With a structure focusing in equal measure on theory and practice, ASIHM offers one-of-a-kind advanced training with comprehensive, in-depth content that meets all industry requirements.

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New: Exclusive joint ASIHM- MBA in International Hospitality Management

Through an agreement with the renowned Hotelschool The Hague (HTH) in the Netherlands, ASIHM students can apply an equivalency of three 45-hour courses and a third of the hours from their second internship to get their certificate and a MBA in International Hospitality Management in just 3 years.
Subject to certain conditions

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Objectives

  • Develop the skills of a bilingual hotel manager who is mobile, fully functional and ready for the international requirements of the hospitality and food service sectors 
  • Acquire competence in four major areas: 
    • Behavioural and interpersonal skills
    • Leadership within hotel enterprises
    • Operations engineering for hotels and food services
    • Hotel operations management

Duration and schedule

  • Program start date in the fall (September) each year
  • Spread over twenty-six months (four consecutive terms of 8,6,6 and 6 months each), in a work-study format
    • Terms 1 and 3: courses held during the day, full time
    • Terms 2 and 4: online courses combined with internships
  • Total of 1,350 course hours and 2 internships of 6 months each
  • Internship schedules are set by the host hotels.

PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE

  • Terms 2 and 4: a 6-month internship (675 hours minimum) in each term
  • An integration activity at the end of the program

An alternating work-study format is the foundation of the ASIHM program. Students are encouraged to complete their internships at renowned hotels in Canada and overseas.* They conduct their own research, taking into account their objectives and place of origin, to find an internship with a hotel chain that will help them get the most out of the experience. To help optimize the personalized internship experience based on the students’ objectives and their acquired knowledge and skills, the ITHQ accompanies them throughout the process.

The search for internships is facilitated in part by the ITHQ Hotel Partnership Program and the ITHQ's many collaborators. This means that outstanding students may complete their internships with major hotel chains such as Relais & Châteaux, Sofitel Hotels, Fairmont Hotels & Resorts and Starwood Hotels and Resorts. On completion of their training, those who have proven themselves in the work environment will also be well positioned to gain admission to the management training programs of these major hotels and pursue their careers there.

To obtain a diploma in any of our regular programs, students must complete internships under established rules. Internship offers and locations may be limited by particular aspects of a student's situation (health condition, family situation, criminal record, etc.) known at the time of registration, but in no case may such conditions be used to justify a waiver of the rules for internships, which must be completed as provided for under the program. 

*Internships in France: Under visa requirements for completing internships in France, applicants must be between 18 and 35 years of age when completing such an internship. For more information, see the France-Canada Youth Mobility Agreement. Please note that applicants are responsible for taking the steps required to obtain a French visa. A passport is required and it must remain valid for at least six months following the return from the internship.

Note: Internships carried out in Québec are always remunerated.

Courses

Courses list (45 hours each) - Printable version Fichier pdf (33 KB)

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Term 1: Hospitality professions and professional development

The hospitality industry and environment

Students will gain a better understanding of the political, economic, technological, social and cultural aspects of the hospitality industry. They will explore the dynamics that drive the various industry stakeholders and situate the development of the hospitality industry in terms of multiple aspects of its market. They will also develop a methodology for quickly identifying supply and demand indicators used in benchmarking as well as the human, physical, information and financial resources to be found in the hotel workplace, regardless of location.

The hotel business and its operations

Students will explore the various fundamental methods of organizing hotel work, based on the range of products and services offered and business model. From a hotel manager’s perspective, students will learn to identify the various internal operating procedures of the business, paying particular attention to service process complexity and quality targets. They will also study internal operations and the human, physical and financial resources they can use to meet various stakeholder expectations.

Hospitality accounting

Students will learn how work is organized from the perspective of the accounting function, to read and interpret financial statements, and to calculate the costs of the various hotel services. They will acquire an understanding of the importance and place of revenue and expense tracking for various hotel services and become familiar with standard industry accounting tools.

Exploring leadership potential

Students will explore the different types of leadership required of hotel managers in the performance of their duties. On completing the course, they will be able to assess their own leadership potential, considering expectations for a variety of positions, organizational structures and business cultures.

Rooms division service processes

Students will learn to evaluate the various work processes used in front desk, housekeeping and other rooms division services. They will analyse these processes in relation to the customer service promise, work organization choices and available human and physical resources. This will require them to develop a good understanding of the processes and techniques relating to guest arrivals and departures, maintenance activities, and the provision of various guest services.

Food service processes

Students will develop approaches to managing day-to-day food service operations in hotel kitchens, dining rooms and bars, and any other food service points. On completing the course, they will be able to evaluate the work processes involved in day-to-day food service operations in terms of quality standards, work organization and budget frameworks. This will require them to master the food service production and distribution processes involved.

Managing guest reception (customer service)

Students will learn about the work organization methods and practices used by hotels to ensure efficient guest reception. To efficiently manage guest reception services, students must consider the service culture of the hotel and its traditional practices for receiving guests with special needs.

Interpersonal communications in the hospitality context

Students will develop their oral communication techniques and learn how to maximize the impact of their communications by tailoring their speech to each audience. This entails learning to recognize the profiles and needs of employees, guests, co-workers and external stakeholders. They will in turn be able to apply effective intervention strategies in situations ranging from routine exchanges to crisis situations, conflicts and negotiations.

The hotel hiring process

Students will acquire an understanding of the human resources management function, situating it within the business, as well as the legal context governing the hotel’s operation. They will also further develop their knowledge of hotel staffing activities. Practical exercises will equip them to take part in job description, recruitment and selection processes.

Hotel information and communication technologies

Students will analyze how technology tools are integrated into the day-to-day management of hotel operations. On completing the course, they will be able to distinguish between a variety of hardware components, management and business applications, interfaces, databases and configuration activities found in the hospitality industry. They will thus acquire the skills to create a database to meet current management information and data conservation needs.

Coordinating group market operations

Students will analyze the effectiveness of the interface between group sales and event planning and production services, as well as the operational tasks that follow a group's departure. Students will also apply their rooms division and food service skills from a multi-disciplinary perspective to optimize the use of business resources. Operations similar to actual workplace operations will be used to develop the students' group sales and group activity coordination skills.

Legal frameworks governing hotels

Students will learn to identify and understand the legal frameworks within which hotels operate. They will assess different situations, considering civil liability and contractual relationship issues, to develop their ability to make informed managerial and strategic decisions. They will also develop a methodology, applicable in any jurisdiction, for researching relevant legal information on operations management as well as stakeholders likely to be involved in conflict resolution or prevention situations.

Term 2, first internship: Practical skills and personal positioning

Adapting to hotel dynamics

Students will develop their ability to adapt to the constant changes experienced by hotel managers. They will develop techniques to overcome some of the challenges that await them in terms of stress, working with others, and unforeseen situations. Students will also learn to assume the professional attitudes and behaviours necessary for the well-being of guests, employees and co-workers, in accordance with industry practices.

Front-line practical skills

Students will observe and participate in hotel rooms division and food service operations at both the operations and supervisory levels. They will explore work techniques and processes and then assess their performance, taking into account target quality standards and work organization and budget framework conditions.

Managing technical maintenance and hotel safety and security

Students will learn to identify the various aspects of hotel operations that involve the safety and security of both employees and guests. In addition to learning about technical maintenance planning tools, they will acquire an understanding of the physical supports used in hotels: the central role they play, and their ergonomic principles and maintenance. They will also learn to incorporate safety and security principles into building management activities including routine maintenance, renovations and crisis management.

Employee integration, socialization and training

Students will practice human resources management techniques for developing employees to their full potential. Using their internship contexts as a working laboratory, they will evaluate employee integration and socialization processes by examining the training provided by the hotel and the feedback processes used in employee assessments. They will also learn to distinguish the features of front-line and back-office work as well as potential conflicts between different employee groups.

Term 3: Hospitality management skills

Managing, interpreting and presenting financial information

Students will learn to understand and use key performance indicators and to read, analyze and present financial statements. The topics covered include revenue and expense forecasting, budgeting processes, and the calculation of operating expense ratios. On completing the course, students will be able to evaluate and present hotel operating results and suggest operational changes to address performance gaps.

Strategy, analysis and decision making

Students will be required to develop their critical judgment, considering the strategic choices to be made and the implications of ensuing changes. Students will also consider ways of thinking specific to the hospitality industry and to use primary and secondary data wisely when making management and strategic decisions.

Innovation in the hospitality industry

Students will learn to recognize processes involving creativity and innovation as found in the hospitality industry and, more broadly, in certain innovative service sectors. With a view to implementing innovation within a hotel and developing a culture of innovation, students will apply change management techniques to accustom those who must apply innovative practices.

Quality and the guest experience

Students will develop their critical eye in considering hotel service processes from the viewpoint of quality management. On completing the course, they will be able to use management data to identify quality gaps and suggest corrective actions. They will also learn to implement service process improvements by updating the interface between staff and guests, and taking into account the physical resources used.

Managing hotel sales and promotions

Students will learn about market research methods and relate them to the marketing and communication tools, traditional or innovative, used by the hospitality industry. They will then develop a sales promotion plan, in line with the hotel’s positioning, to ensure that it achieves business objectives and reaches its target audience.

Strategic revenue management

Students will develop their ability to implement dynamic pricing methods in order to maximize revenue from hospitality, food, group and banquet services. On completing the course, they will be able to set product and service prices based on variations in demand, selected electronic distribution networks and sales objectives.

Department operational performance

Students will develop the skills needed to coordinate a department's supervisory activities. Working from a back-office perspective, they will learn to incorporate employee mobilization and work organization activities in guest service operations in order to optimize productivity.

Managing diversity in the hotel environment

Students will gain experience in day-to-day management situations involving diversity (ethnic, cultural and generational) in relations between staff members and a range of guest types. They will analyze the issues encountered by hotels as well as the management practices employed to value individual differences, take action in difficult situations, foster better working relationships, and develop practices to meet the special needs of diferent guests.

Work relations in the hospitality industry

Students will examine work relations from the legal viewpoint along with manager-employee relationships. They will first learn about the various regulations, standards, legislation and legal requirements governing industry labour agreements. They will also study collective agreements and their role in work organization and work relations. Finally, they will become acquainted with the day-to-day management of work relations and learn how to use human resources management tools to handle various dealings with employees from the work relations perspective.

Project management

Students will acquire knowledge of all components involved in implementing new business projects, with sustainable development in mind. They will analyze business needs and evaluate project feasibility conditions, the execution and coordination stages, organizational impacts, and the issues affecting work teams when new ways of doing things are implemented.

Term 4, second internship: Senior management, performance and service culture

Senior hotel management: aspects and perspectives

Students will explore the hotel from the viewpoint of senior management in order to better appreciate their future roles as successors to senior staff positions. This will acquire an understanding of multiple aspects of senior management in terms of both leadership roles and strategies, policies and governance.

Department control mechanisms

On completing this course, students will be able to use departmental control tools to manage quality as well as financial, material and human resources. They will also develop their ability to use relevant performance indicators to review hotel operations and identify critical performance points that fall short of established objectives.

Hotel technology tool performance

Students will assess the integration of technology tools into management activities covering rooms division and food services as well as human and financial resources. They will develop their ability to analyze the tools’ performance from the viewpoint of operations, management and senior management. Folloiwing this assessment, they will be able to develop a technology tool integration or optimization plan for the hotel in which they are completing their internship.

Comprehensive activity: Service culture

Students will combine the sum of their academic and professional achievements into a coherent whole through a project incorporating the topics of employee mobilization, considered from the human resources management perspective, and the guest experience. Implementing a problem identification process relating to these two topics, they will use a case-study approach to analyze a management situation encountered during their internship. They will then apply a problem-solving technique by addressing the services involved in terms of processes, culture, customization, standardization and the importance of the guest experience, as well as team mobilization. Finally, they will propose a theoretical framework for analyzing the issues in question and provide their recommendations.

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Requirements

Students are required to wear the classic attire (French only) of the ITHQ at all times.

All students must adhere to certain basic professional image rules, complementing those in the dress code. 

Eligibility

This program is intended for students and professionals from around the world. To be eligible, however, you must meet the requirements listed below, in addition to being sufficiently fluent in spoken and written French and English and having advanced intermediate-level knowledge of at least one of these languages (language skills evaluation tests are required).

On the basis of post-secondary studies successfully completed in Québec:

  • Have a Diploma of College Studies (DCS) or a university diploma, including one mathematics course (Introduction to Quantitative Methods or the equivalent) or accounting course (with a minimum R score of 24).
  • Be proficient in written and spoken French and English (language skills evaluation tests Fichier pdf (85 KB) are required for both languages, based on the candidate’s language of study).

On the basis of studies successfully completed in another Canadian province:

  • Have a diploma issued by a recognized institution outside Québec after at least 13 years of studies or the equivalent, and have successfully completed one year of university studies, including the required mathematics or accounting course.
  • Be proficient in written and spoken French and English (language skills evaluation tests Fichier pdf (85 KB) are required for both languages, based on the candidate’s language of study)

On the basis of studies successfully completed outside Canada:

  • Have a diploma equivalent to a diploma of college studies or university degree issued by a recognized institution and including an advanced mathematics or accounting course.
  • Be proficient in written and spoken French and English (language skills evaluation tests Fichier pdf (85 KB) are required for both languages, based on the candidate’s language of study).

On the basis of experience:

Have program-relevant professional experience (the applicant’s file will be reviewed to determine eligibility).

Interview

All selected candidates will be called for an admission interview (face-to-face or distance) in order to evaluate their level of motivation for the program and a career in international hotel management.

Note that any relevant experience in guest or front desk service, or in any other hospitality or food service function, is an asset.

New: ASIHM preparatory training
Do you want to register for this program but don't have all the prerequisites? Take the ASIHM preparatory training to get the skills to enroll in this post-secondary program.

DIPLOMA

  • Advanced Studies in International Hotel Management ITHQ Signature Diploma

Cost

Québec residents

  • Application fee: $35 (non-refundable) 
  • Registration fees (4 terms): $237 per term term (covering administrative services, student association fee, voluntary contribution to the Fondation de l'ITHQ and third-party liability insurance) and $190 per summer (internship) term  
  • Tuition fees ($668 per course)
    • Course term 1: $8,016 (12 courses)
    • Course term 3: $6,680 (10 courses)
    • Internship terms 2 and 4: $2,672 each (4 courses)
  • ITHQ uniform: about $400 
  • Students must pay the costs associated with internships and compulsory activities (including airfare, visa(s), living expenses, etc.). They should also allow for additional costs to purchase books and lecture notes.

Canadians living outside Québec

  • Application fee: $35 (non-refundable) 
  • Registration fees (4 terms): $237 per course term (covering administrative services, student association fee, voluntary contribution to the Fondation de l'ITHQ and third-party liability insurance) and $190 per summer (internship) term  
  • Tuition fees ( $1,114 per course)
    • Course term 1: $13,368  (12 courses)
    • Course term 3: $11,140 (10 courses)
    • Internship terms 2 and 4: $4,456 each (4 courses)
  • ITHQ uniform: about $400 
  • Students must pay the costs associated with internships and compulsory activities (including airfare, visa(s), living expenses, etc.). They should also allow for additional costs to purchase books and lecture notes.

International students

  • Application fee: $85 (non-refundable) 
  • Registration fees (4 terms): $237 per course term (covering administrative services, student association fee, voluntary contribution to the Fondation de l'ITHQ and third-party liability insurance) and $190 per summer (internship) term  
  • Tuition fees ($1,338 per course)
    • Course term 1: $16,056 (12 courses)
    • Course term 3: $13,380 (10 courses)
    • Internship terms 2 and 4: $5,352 each (4 courses)
  • ITHQ uniform: about $400 
  • Students must pay the costs associated with internships and compulsory activities (including airfare, visa(s), living expenses, etc.). They should also allow for additional costs to purchase books and lecture notes.
  • All amounts listed are in Canadian funds.

Terms of payment

 Québec residentsCanadian residents from outside QuébecInternational students
TERM 1
No more than 10 working days following receipt of the letter of admission
Registration fees:
$237

50% of the tuition fees for the term:
$4,008

TOTAL: $4,245
Registration fees:
$237

50% of the tuition fees for the term:
$6,684

TOTAL: $6,921
Registration fees:
$237

50% of the tuition fees for the term:
$8,028

TOTAL: $8,265
Balance
10 working days before the first day of classes
50% of the tuition fees for the term:
$4,008
50% of the tuition fees for the term:
$6,684
50% of the tuition fees for the term:
$8,028


TERMS 2, 3 and 4
Before the first day of classes
Registration fees:
$237

Tuition fees for each course:
$668
Registration fees:
$237

Tuition fees for each course:
$1,114
Registration fees:
$237

Tuition fees for each course:
$1,338


Cancellation

Registration and tuition fees for each term of the program are refundable minus a 25% administrative fee, provided that students cancel their registration before the first day of the term. No refunds will be granted after this date.

SCHOLARSHIPS*

The Fondation de l’ITHQ awards scholarships to program students who meet certain conditions:  

  • Scholarships worth $2,500 each, awarded to two students in recognition of professional behaviours and attitudes demonstrated during their studies at the ITHQ (first and third terms).
    The scholarship eligibility requirements are announced by the Internship Department at the beginning of the first term.
  • A total of $25,000 in scholarships to financially assist students while they complete their required internships.
    The scholarship eligibility requirements and application deadline are announced by the Internship Department at the beginning of the first term (individual scholarship amounts are based on internship projects).

*Please note that students in the ASIHM program are not eligible for the Quebec government’s
loans and bursaries program.

ACT TO PROMOTE WORKFORCE SKILLS DEVELOPMENT AND RECOGNITION (PREVIOUSLY KNOWN AS "BILL 90")

Employers subject to this act are entitled to submit the cost* of this training program as part of the 1% of total payroll that companies must invest in employee training. Don't forget to inform your employer!

*Certain conditions apply

Admission 

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INFORMATION PERTAINING TO ADMISSION APPLICATION

At the ITHQ, only one admission application can be submitted per term, regardless of the program level. Continuing education programs are the only exception.

Applicants must ensure that they meet all of the requirements for their chosen program and supply all necessary documentation. Applications will be deemed ineligible if they are incomplete or submitted late.

Following the application review, candidates selected will be called for an admission interview (face-to-face or distance) in order to evaluate their level of motivation for the program and a career in international hotel management.

No acknowledgement of receipt is sent to applicants.

TO BE INCLUDED WITH THE ADMISSION APPLICATION

1. The duly completed and signed Admission Application form. The chosen program as well as the applicant's e-mail address must be clearly indicated.

2. The application fee (non-refundable, see Accepted Methods of Payment below).

Québec residents and Canadians living outside Québec: $35
International applicants: $85

3. A certified photocopy of the applicant's original birth certificate, as issued by the registrar of civil status in the country of origin. Applicants born outside Canada must provide proof of Canadian citizenship or permanent resident status in Québec or their Québec Selection Certificate (CSQ).

4. A certified photocopy* of the following original document:

Québec residents**

  • The most recent college or university transcript, as applicable, issued by the Ministère de l'Éducation et de l’Enseignement supérieur, or by the educational institution attended.

Canadians living outside Québec**

  • An official French or English translation of the applicant’s most recent academic transcripts, as applicable, as of Grade 13;
  • The diploma(s) or certificate(s) obtained, where applicable.

International applicants

  • An official French or English translation of the applicant’s academic transcripts as of Grade 13 (equivalent to pre-university college studies in the Québec education system);
  • An official French or English translation of the applicant’s university transcript.
  • The diploma(s) or certificate(s) obtained, where applicable.

*To obtain a certified photocopy of an original document, contact the institution that issued the document or the embassy or consulate of the country where it was issued.

**In the case of diplomas and transcripts issued by foreign education institutions, applicants must include a certified photocopy of each original document or a photocopy of the official attestation of the comparative evaluation of studies done outside Québec issued by the Ministère de l’Immigration, de la Diversité et de l’Inclusion (MIDI).

5. Two letters of recommendation, signed by an employer or any professional not related to the applicant, demonstrating the latter’s motivation and interest in the program.

6. Proof of employment attesting to the applicant’s program-relevant work experience (please note that a résumé is not considered official proof of employment). The proof must be on company letterhead and include the following information:

  • Position held;
  • Employment period (start and end dates);
  • Number of hours worked during this period;
  • Type of business (hotel, restaurant or other), and employer's contact information and signature.

7. The results of the applicant’s French or English (as applicable) language skills evaluation (see the Admission page on our website for information on recognized language tests).

NOTES

1. All submitted documents must be certified photocopies of the originals (do not send originals or photographs).

2. Where applicable, an official French translation must accompany the required documents.

3. French and English are the languages of instruction of the Hautes Études en gestion hôtelière internationale / Advanced Studies in International Hotel Management program.

4. All amounts listed are in Canadian dollars.

ACCEPTED METHODS OF PAYMENT

  • Visa or MasterCard;
  • Bank card (at the ITHQ Registrar’s Office only).
  • Certified cheque, money order or bank draft made to the order of Institut de tourisme et d'hôtellerie du Québec. Personal cheques and cash are not accepted. 

DOCUMENTS IN SUPPORT OF THE ADMISSION APPLICATION

Supporting documents can be submitted:

  • By mail: ITHQ – Registrar’s Office, 3535 Saint-Denis Street, Montréal, Québec, H2X 3P1;
  • In person (Monday to Friday, between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.): ITHQ – Registrar’s Office, 3535 Saint-Denis Street, Room 1.30, Montréal (Sherbrooke metro).

Questions? Contact Student Recruitment Technician Marielle Tesnier:
Telephone: 514-282-5111, ext. 4304
Toll-free in Canada and the United States: 1-800-361-5111, ext. 4304
E-mail: tesnier-marielle@ithq.qc.ca

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A world of opportunities

Our programs in Hotel Management offer the perfect learning environment for students wanting challenging and rewarding careers at home and around the globe. However it is the unique collaboration with our values partners and collaborators that has secured the success of these programs and provided meaningful and challenging careers for many of our students.

We wish to thank them and invite you to explore the world of opportunities offered by each.

 

Official partners

 

Preferred partners

  

Collaborators