Hospitality Management

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Hospitality Management

Short Program (15 credits)

Admission application periods

  • Until May 1 (September start date)
  • Until November 1 (January start date)

Description

Become a hospitality pro

The Short Program in Hospitality Management is a bilingual program of 5 courses (15 credits totalling 225 hours) from the Applied Bachelor in Hospitality and Hotel Management. Offered on a part-time basis, this program will give you the theoretical, practical and behavioural knowledge to optimize aspects of the customer experience for your specific work context.

RELATED TRAINING

DIPLOMA

After successfully completing all courses of the program, you will be awarded an attestation of completion of studies recognized by the ministère de l’Enseignement supérieur du Québec.

DURATION AND SCHEDULE

  • Start date in fall and in winter
  • Spread out over a maximum of 3 years on a part-time basis

COURSES

Notes:

  • Some courses may not be offered every session.
  • Each course lasts 45 hours.
  • The ITHQ reserves the right to offer courses in French or English based on instructor availability. Note that approximately 50% of our courses are offered in French and 50% are offered in English.

Dress Code

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

This program is for students and professionals from all walks of life. Note that this part-time program is not available to international students.

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 or accounting
    OR
    hold a university diploma before beginning the program and have completed a course in math or accounting
  • 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 12 years of education or the equivalent
  • Have completed the first year of a university program. A minimum of 15 credits required for post-secondary education at the university level.
  • Have completed at least one post-secondary Math or Accounting course.
  • 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.
    OR
    Have completed one academic year that included an advanced Math or Accounting course.
  • Have a good command of the spoken and written languages of instruction (required language tests: level C1).

Based on professional experience (with or without management experience)

  • Be at least 21 years old when starting the program.
  • Have a minimum of one year of management experience in the hospitality sector. Applicants without management experience must also submit a portfolio Fichier pdf (79 KB) with their application.
  • Have a good command of the spoken and written languages of instruction (required language tests: level C1).

Notes:

  • For the list of eligible language assessment tests, see this table Fichier pdf (127 KB).
  • Important : If you apply for late admission, you must submit your language test results before the end of the late admission period. 

     
  • Applicants who meet all of the admission requirements and who only need to pass the language tests to complete their application may be granted conditional admission upon the submission of their test results no later than 6 weeks after the admission deadline.
  • Applicants who meet all of the admission requirements except for the mathematics or accounting course may take this course in the first session of their program. Full admission will be conditional upon the completion of this requirement within the timeframe prescribed by the registrar’s office.
  • The registrar may grant conditional admission within prescribed time limits for atypical candidate profiles.
  • For the equivalencies of studies done abroad, see the Guide des niveaux de formation pour l'admission générale des candidats non québécois (French only, for reference only).
  • You cannot submit a request to have your academic credits recognized until after you have been formally accepted into the program. 

COSTS

  Québec students Canadian students living outside Québec
Application fee (non-refundable) $35 $35
Registration fees $257/session $257/session
Tuition fees Cost per credit: $90.84
($622.04 - $531.20 in education access credit)

Cost for the entire program: $1,362.60
Cost per credit: $283.52
($622.04 - $338.52 in education access credit)

Cost for the entire program: $4,252.80
Minus education access credit    
Total tuition costs for Quebec students    
Total tuition costs for Canadian students living outside Quebec and French and Belgian citizens    
Desjardins compulsory health insurance    
Health and dental insurance from the ITHQ student association (optional) $243/year $243/year

Cancellation

  • Tuition fees are fully refundable if students cancel their registration 10 business days before the first day of the term.
  • Tuition fees will be refunded minus a 25% administrative fee if students cancel their registration less than 10 business days before the first day of the term.  
  • No refunds will be granted after this date. 
  • The ITHQ reserves the right to cancel a course or program due to insufficient enrolment. In such cases, application and tuition fees are refunded.

Notes:

  • Tuition fees can be paid in installments.
  • 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 and francophone Belgian 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.

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

Candidates must meet each requirement of their chosen program and provide all required documents. Incomplete or late applications will be considered inadmissible. After the application process, candidates may be asked to come to a selection interview.

Note that this part-time program is not available to international students.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE

  • Fill out the online application.
  • Pay the new file charge of $35 or $85 depending on your place of residence (non-refundable amount; see Accepted payment methods section).

NOTES:

  • You must pay the new file charge when you submit your application online.
  • With your application, you will need to submit the required documents in a digital format (PDF).
  • The admissions platform allows you to submit documents required for your application review.

DOCUMENTS TO SUBMIT

When you submit your application online, you must also submit the documents that the ITHQ requires to review your application (if you cannot submit these documents online, please see other options for sending documents in the section Sending accompanying documents with your application):

  • A copy of your birth certificate issued by the Office of the Registrar of Civil Status of your country of origin.
  • Canadian residents born outside of Canada must also provide a copy of their Quebec health insurance card (RAMQ) as well as a copy of the front and back of their Canadian citizenship certificate OR their permanent resident card and Quebec selection certificate (Certificat de sélection du Québec or CSQ).
  • Proof of language proficiency in English and/or French will be required if you have not received academic instruction in one of these languages. Refer to the tables below for more information:

Application based on previous education:

Graduate studies done in Quebec:

  • Your last transcript from your CEGEP or university program.
  • Any certificates or diplomas you have obtained.

Studies done outside Quebec:

  • Full report cards or transcripts for the last three years of studies before the university. If you are an international student, consult the Guide to education levels for the general admission of non-Quebec applicants (French only) to find out the level of the Quebec system that your studies are equivalent to.
  • Complete report cards or university transcripts.
  • Any certificates or diplomas you have obtained.

Application based on professional experience:

Certificates of employment attesting to work experience that is relevant to the program (note that a resume is not an official certificate of employment). Certificates of employment must be on company letterhead and include the following information:

  • Position held
  • Period of employment (start and end dates)
  • Number of work hours accumulated during this period
  • Type of business (hotel, restaurant or other), contact information and employer’s signature

Applicants without management experience must also submit a portfolio Fichier pdf (79 KB).

NOTES:

  • All documents provided must be official, legible, and identical to the original (do not send the originals).
  • Documents that are not in French or English must be accompanied by an official translation in French or English.

ACCEPTED PAYMENT METHODS

Online payment only with Visa or MasterCard.

HOW TO SEND SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS FOR YOUR APPLICATION

When submitting your application online, upload the required documents in a digital format.

Other accepted submission methods:

  • Email: registrariat@ithq.qc.ca
  • Fax: 514-282-5126
  • Mail: 
    ITHQ – Registrar
    3535 Saint-Denis Street
    Montreal, Quebec H2X 3P1
  • In person (Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.)
    ITHQ – Registrar
    3535 Saint-Denis Street, Office 1.30
    Montreal (Sherbrooke Metro)

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