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Eligibility and costs

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Admission requirements

This program is for students and professionals from all over the world. To be admitted, you must meet the following criteria:

For applicants who have completed post-secondary studies in Quebec:

  • Hold a college diploma (DCS – R-Score cut-off of 24) that includes a course in math (quantitative methods or the equivalent) or accounting
    OR
    have completed at least 10 university-level curses (30 credits) before beginning the program and have completed a course in math or statistics at the CEGEP or university level
  • Have a good command of the spoken and written languages of instruction (required language tests: level C1).

For applicants who have received their education in another Canadian province:

  • Have a degree issued by a recognized educational institution outside of Quebec after at least 13 years of education or the equivalent and have completed the first year of a university program that includes the required math or accounting courses.
  • Have a good command of the spoken and written languages of instruction (required language tests: level C1).

For applicants who have received education outside Canada:

  • Hold a diploma issued by a recognized educational institution that is equivalent to a diploma of college studies or university degree and that includes a course in advanced mathematics or accounting.
  • Have a good command of the spoken and written languages of instruction (required language tests: level C1).

Refer to the table Fichier pdf (136 KB) for a list of eligible tests and required grades.

Please note that any relevant experience in customer service or the hotel industry will be considered an asset and will enhance your application.

Requests for recognition of academic credits (ITHQ DCS, ASIHM diploma, and completed university courses) cannot be submitted after your acceptance into the program has been confirmed. 

Do you want to know the equivalency of your education done outside Quebec? Refer to the following guide (French only, for reference only).

Fees

  Québec students Canadian students living outside Québec International students
New file charge (non-refundable) $35 $35 $85
Registration fees $250 (X 8) $250 (X 8) $250 (X 8)
Tuition fees per credit $598.69/credit x 94 credits = $56,276.86 $598.69/credit x 94 credits
 = $56,276.86
$598.69/credit x 94 credits
 = $56,276.86

Course fee = $1,796.07
Internship fee = $1,197.38
Minus education access credit $325.81/credit x 94 credits =
$30,626.14
$325.81/credit x 94 credits =
$30,626.14
 
Total tuition costs for Quebec students $8,218.42

Price per credit = $87.43
Course fee = $262.29
Internship fee = $174.86
   
Total tuition costs for Canadian students living outside Quebec and French and Belgian citizens   $25,650.72

Price per credit = $272.88
Course fee = $818.64
Internship fee = $545.76
 
COLLECTO compulsory health insurance     $732/year
Complementary insurance from the ITHQ student association (optional) Health and dental: $181/year Health and dental: $181/year Dental: $129/year

NOTES:

  • Registration fees include administrative services, student association fees, a voluntary contribution to the ITHQ Foundation and civil liability insurance.
  • Fees for internships and compulsory educational activities (including airfare, visa(s), accommodation, etc.) are the responsibility of students.
  • Students may have additional expenses, i.e., to purchase books and course notes.
  • Tuition fees for French citizens are the same as for Canadian residents who are not residents of Quebec. However, these students must pay the same new file charge as for all international students. 
  • A fee of $50 applies for a comparative evaluation of studies done outside Quebec, if required.
  • All fees are in Canadian dollars.
  • The amounts indicated are subject to change without notice.
  • Employers subject to the Act to promote workforce skills development and recognition 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.

Financial aid

Student financial aid (reserved for Quebec residents) is available under the Loans and Bursaries Program of the Ministère de l’Éducation et de l’Enseignement supérieur. Note that only government loans are available.

Some financial institutions also offer a student line of credit service for candidates admitted to this program.

    NOTE : The information on this page is subject to change.

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