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Duration

16 months

Tuition

$9,977

  Vancouver

Sep 6-Jan 6

Plus 1 other start dates

May 1 - Sep 1 2024

Commitment

Full-Time

Delivery

Classroom

Credential

Diploma

Year Founded

1968

Scholarships

no

Elevate your hospitality career and earn a Canadian academic credential while gaining valuable work experience in this competitive, dynamic, and growing industry.

This program is designed to develop the future managers and leaders in the global hospitality and tourism industries. You’ll learn from award-winning faculty, training in key areas of Canadian and international tourism management, including revenue management, tourism planning and policy, service management, convention management, hotel operations, and cross-cultural tourism.

As part of this 16-month diploma, you’ll participate in a 280-hour practicum working in the hospitality area of your interest. Upon graduation, you may be eligible to apply for a three-year Post Graduate Work Permit.

What You’ll Learn

  • Develop a strong foundation of knowledge in a wide array of hospitality and tourism management topics and issues.
  • Develop practical and employment-ready service management skills through service applications and a 280-hour hospitality practicum experience.
  • Demonstrate a broad knowledge of national and global trends in the hospitality industry.
  • Apply leadership principles that contribute to the development of a team in resolving conflict and delivering customer service.
  • Analyze and apply sustainable business and revenue models to effectively and efficiently plan and lead a successful hospitality operation.
  • Exhibit proficiency with appropriate technologies to enhance the quality and delivery of hospitality services, products and guest experiences.

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Student Reviews (2)

Capilano University

Bachelor of Motion Picture Arts

Max P.

Vancouver • November 4, 2020

Graduated From

Bachelor of Motion Picture Arts

Overall:

5 out of 5

Instructors:

5 stars

Curriculum:

5 stars

Job Assistance:

5 stars
I graduated in 2016 when the film industry in Vancouver was booming. There were plenty of jobs waiting for me when I graduated from CapU on local and international productions. The education was pretty well-rounded and helped me become a better filmmaker....

I graduated in 2016 when the film industry in Vancouver was booming. There were plenty of jobs waiting for me when I graduated from CapU on local and international productions. The education was pretty well-rounded and helped me become a better filmmaker. Class sizes were small and taught by top-notch faculty. I would recommend my program to anyone who is serious about a career in this industry.
Capilano University

Cap U Film Program

Anonymous

Vancouver • November 3, 2020

Graduated From

Bachelor of Motion Picture Arts

Overall:

3 out of 5

Instructors:

4 stars

Curriculum:

3 stars

Job Assistance:

4 stars
Admission standards could be higher. Basically, you're in if you have the money. The problem is this led to classes full of young students who didn't take the course material seriously enough. As a mature student, I wanted people who were going to push me...

Admission standards could be higher. Basically, you're in if you have the money. The problem is this led to classes full of young students who didn't take the course material seriously enough. As a mature student, I wanted people who were going to push me, but I didn't get that. Profs are mostly good, with industry experience and some connections you will benefit from as a student on the film production side. Overall, I'd give my experience an "average" grade. If you want to get into writing or directing, many people should consider and English degree from a reputable university plus on-the-job experience.

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