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Become an ambassador for Montreal
Montréal welcomes millions of visitors every year. In many cases, these visitors discover the city through the eyes of a person who plays a key role in their trip: their tourist guide.
Would you like to work as a guide, or to perfect your skills if you already work in the field? This program is a first-rate asset that will give you access to a select position in the Montréal tourism industry. It will make you THE resource sought after not only by tourists visiting the city, but by convention organizers, hotel establishments and numerous other tourism operators.
This bilingual ITHQ-Ville de Montréal Signature program, offered in French and English together, is the only program that enables candidates to obtain a permit from the city of Montréal.
This program is offered in French and English (bilingual).
|Urban Planning and Architecture (60 hrs) – LCL706||October 1st, 2018 to May 4, 2019|
|Guiding Techniques (90 hrs) – LCL708||October 1st, 2018 to May 4, 2019|
|History of Montréal (45 hrs) – LCL702||October 1st, 2018 to May 4, 2019|
|Montrealers and Their City (45 hrs) – LCL704||October 1st, 2018 to May 4, 2019|
You must meet the following criteria for eligibility to this program:
This program is not open to international applicants since a student visa cannot be obtained for part-time programs lasting more than 6 months.
|Québec residents||Canadian students living outside Québec|
|Application fee (non-refundable)||$35||$35|
|Tuiton fees||$2,254 (payable in two instalments)||$2,254 (payable in two instalments)|
Tuition fees are payable for each term of the program, and 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. The ITHQ reserves the right to cancel a course or program due to insufficient enrolment. In such cases, application and tuition fees are refunded.
Various Canadian banks offer a student line of credit service for candidates admitted to this program.
Attestation of college studies (ACS) recognized by the ministère de l’Éducation et de l’Enseignement supérieur.
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.
The admissions platform allows you to upload the documents required for the review of your application. You will need to submit the required documents in a digital format (if you cannot submit these documents online, please see other options in the section How to send supporting documents for your application):
Candidates will not get an acknowledgement of receipt for any documents submitted.
Online payment only with Visa or MasterCard.
When submitting your application online, upload the required documents in a digital format.
Other accepted submission methods:
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