Long term Canada programmes at Greystone College, Toronto

From 3575.- CAD
approx 2129.- GBP
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Key points

  • Central location in Toronto
  • Internationally recognised diplomas and certificates
  • A multicultural environment to develop your skills
  • Exciting activities and excursions

The school

Levels
Upper elementary to Proficiency
School size
L
Accommodation
Host family, Residence
Disabled access
Disabled access at school
Wifi
WiFi is free

The students

Minimum age
18 years
Average age
27 years

Key points

  • Central location in Toronto
  • Internationally recognised diplomas and certificates
  • A multicultural environment to develop your skills
  • Exciting activities and excursions

The school

Levels
Upper elementary to Proficiency
School size
L
Accommodation
Host family, Residence, Shared apartment
Disabled access
Disabled access at school
Wifi
WiFi is free

The students

Minimum age
18 years
Average age
27 years

Located in the heart of Toronto, the school is composed of two modern buildings with 63 classrooms in total. Qualified language teachers give stimulating classes in the best learning conditions, and you’ll also have access to different computer labs and free Wi-Fi. Between classes, you’ll be able to relax in one of the common lounges, talk with the other international students or organise your evenings and weekend excursions. Toronto’s main attractions are at your fingertips!

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Included in the price

  • Level and needs assessment
  • Access to e-learning platform
  • Use of study centre
  • End-of-course report and certificate
  • Activity programme
  • Level and needs assessment
  • Access to e-learning platform
  • Use of study centre
  • End-of-course report and certificate
  • Activity programme

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Certificate in International Business and Trade

Upper intermediate to Advanced, 8 week(s)
8 week(s) - From CAD 3575.-
(about GBP 2105.-)
Course duration
8 week(s)
Levels
Upper intermediate to Advanced
Students/class
max. 20
Minimum age
18 years
Schedule
09:00-12:00 + 13:00-14:30 (Mon-Thu) + 09:00 - 12:00 (Fri)

Schedule may vary depending on student’s level and time of year.
While giving participants an overview of marketing concepts and terminology, this course examines the importance of marketing for businesses and society in general. You will learn the basics of making a marketing plan, understanding the marketing mix and the importance of consumer relationships. In English, you will gain confidence in addressing the basic needs of businesses in planning, developing and managing products, pricing, distribution channels and promotion.
Students will take the International Business and Marketing courses to complete this certificate. They will learn about business in a global context, and will explore the fundamentals of effective marketing planning and strategies.

Marketing (4 weeks)
This course is designed to provide students with an introduction to marketing concepts and terminology. It examines the importance of marketing within organizations and society in general. Participants will study the major components of a marketing plan, the marketing mix and consumer relationships. They will learn how to address companies' basic needs in planning, developing and managing products, distribution channels, promotion and pricing.

International Business (4 weeks)
This course introduces students to globalization and to the value-adding activities of businesses in the current global economy. First, they will discuss the impact of national cultures on doing business globally. In addition, they will analyze the external forces that impact businesses, international organizations, legal and labor forces in the global context. Further, the course will focus on strategic alliances and on the impact of rapid environmental changes on strategic planning for international business.

For more information, check out the “Canada Professional Certificates” page.
Course info
week(s)
Without accomodation
Host family, single room, half board
Residence, single room, no meals (18 y.o.)
8
3575
5597
8125
All prices are in CAD.   CAD 1 ≈ GBP 0.63   (Not-binding exchange rate)
Starting dates
29.01 / 07.08.2018
Bank holidays
01.01 / 19.02 / 30.03 / 21.05 / 02.07 / 06.08 / 03.09 / 08.10 / 12.11.2018
Holidays
15.07.2018 - 04.08.2018
23.12.2018 - 01.01.2019

Arrival: Sunday prior to course start
Departure: Saturday following course end

Certificate in Business Communications

Upper intermediate to Advanced, 8 week(s)
8 week(s) - From CAD 3575.-
(about GBP 2105.-)
Course duration
8 week(s)
Levels
Upper intermediate to Advanced
Students/class
max. 20
Minimum age
18 years
Schedule
09:00-12:00 + 13:00-14:30 (Mon-Thu) + 09:00 - 12:00 (Fri)

Schedule may vary depending on student’s level and time of year.
Organizational Behaviour (4 weeks)
An in-depth introduction to organizational behaviour and how related theories can be applied in today’s business environment. Learn about how the behaviour of individuals and groups can affect a business, then apply the theory and develop managerial competencies including motivation, teamwork, leadership and decision making.

Managerial Communications (4 weeks)
Communication skills are essential for anyone wishing to succeed in business. This course explores the role of communication in business and cross-cultural environments. Participants develop formal writing skills and prepare to deliver a business presentation.

For more information, check out the “Canada Professional Certificates” page.
Course info
week(s)
Without accomodation
Host family, single room, half board
Residence, single room, no meals (18 y.o.)
8
3575
5597
8125
All prices are in CAD.   CAD 1 ≈ GBP 0.63   (Not-binding exchange rate)
Starting dates
26.03 / 01.10.2018
Bank holidays
01.01 / 19.02 / 30.03 / 21.05 / 02.07 / 06.08 / 03.09 / 08.10 / 12.11.2018
Holidays
15.07.2018 - 04.08.2018
23.12.2018 - 01.01.2019

Arrival: Sunday prior to course start
Departure: Saturday following course end

Certificate in Business Management

Upper intermediate to Advanced, 8 week(s)
8 week(s) - From CAD 3575.-
(about GBP 2105.-)
Course duration
8 week(s)
Levels
Upper intermediate to Advanced
Students/class
max. 20
Minimum age
18 years
Schedule
09:00-12:00 + 13:00-14:30 (Mon-Thu) + 09:00 - 12:00 (Fri)

Schedule may vary depending on student’s level and time of year.
Introduction to Management (4 weeks)
Learn about the key concepts of management and the functions of managers in a professional environment. Enhance your understanding of management processes including planning, organizing, directing and driving organizational activities. This course will help build core competencies necessary for future management courses.

Business Law (4 weeks)
Learn the language of the law. Students on this course receive an overview of basic legal terminology, particularly relating to business law. There is a particular focus on contract law as contracts are at the heart of international business. Case studies will be used alongside examples taken from current news reports. The course includes field trips to the law courts.

For more information, check out the “Canada Professional Certificates” page.
Course info
week(s)
Without accomodation
Host family, single room, half board
Residence, single room, no meals (18 y.o.)
8
3575
5597
8125
All prices are in CAD.   CAD 1 ≈ GBP 0.63   (Not-binding exchange rate)
Starting dates
22.05 / 26.11.2018
Bank holidays
01.01 / 19.02 / 30.03 / 21.05 / 02.07 / 06.08 / 03.09 / 08.10 / 12.11.2018
Holidays
15.07.2018 - 04.08.2018
23.12.2018 - 01.01.2019

Arrival: Sunday prior to course start
Departure: Saturday following course end

Diploma in Supervisory Management

Upper intermediate to Advanced, 16 week(s)
16 week(s) - From CAD 6620.-
(about GBP 3897.-)
Course duration
16 week(s)
Levels
Upper intermediate to Advanced
Students/class
max. 20
Minimum age
18 years
Schedule
09:00-12:00 + 13:00-14:30 (Mon-Thu) + 09:00 - 12:00 (Fri)

Schedule may vary depending on student’s level and time of year.
This programme is recognised by the CIM (Canadian Institute of Management). The CIM is a national association that recognizes managers and management programmes for credits. After completion of the course, the school will help you to gain this recognition. This Diploma consists of 4 courses (certificates):
· Organizational Behaviour (4-week course)
· Managerial Communications (4-week course)
· Introduction to Management (4-week course)
· Business Law (4-week course)

Upon completion of the Diploma in Supervisory Management, participants will have a solid foundation in the key business, communication, interpersonal and leadership skills required for effective supervisory management. In addition the course delivers planning, organisational and logistical skills alongside the basic legal knowledge required to manage people. Case studies, classroom discussion, field trips, presentations and group projects further enhance the experience.

For more information, check out the “Canada Professional Certificates” page.
Course info
week(s)
Without accomodation
Host family, single room, half board
Residence, single room, no meals (18 y.o.)
16
6620
10434
15490
All prices are in CAD.   CAD 1 ≈ GBP 0.63   (Not-binding exchange rate)
Starting dates
26.03 / 01.10.2018
Bank holidays
01.01 / 19.02 / 30.03 / 21.05 / 02.07 / 06.08 / 03.09 / 08.10 / 12.11.2018
Holidays
15.07.2018 - 04.08.2018
23.12.2018 - 01.01.2019

Arrival: Sunday prior to course start
Departure: Saturday following course end

Diploma in International Business Management

Upper intermediate to Advanced, 26 week(s)
26 week(s) - From CAD 10220.-
(about GBP 6017.-)
Course duration
26 week(s)
Levels
Upper intermediate to Advanced
Students/class
max. 20
Minimum age
18 years
Schedule
09:00-12:00 + 13:00-14:30 (Mon-Thu) + 09:00 - 12:00 (Fri)

Schedule may vary depending on student’s level and time of year.
This Diploma consists of 6 courses (certificates):
· Organizational Behaviour (4-week course)
· Managerial Communications (4-week course)
· Introduction to Management (4-week course)
· Business Law (4-week course)
· International Business (4-week course)
· Marketing (4-week course)

This course delivers an excellent understanding of the essentials of business management. Upon completion of the course, participants will be prepared to enter the contemporary world of business management. The course looks in-depth at global issues and students will use presentations, team projects and individual research to further their skills and knowledge.

For more information, check out the “Canada Professional Certificates” page.
Course info
week(s)
Without accomodation
Host family, single room, half board
Residence, single room, no meals (18 y.o.)
26
10220
16274
24490
All prices are in CAD.   CAD 1 ≈ GBP 0.63   (Not-binding exchange rate)
Starting dates
02.01 / 29.01 / 26.02 / 26.03 / 23.04 / 22.05 / 18.06 / 07.08 / 04.09 / 01.10 / 29.10 / 26.11.2018
Bank holidays
01.01 / 19.02 / 30.03 / 21.05 / 02.07 / 06.08 / 03.09 / 08.10 / 12.11.2018
Holidays
15.07.2018 - 04.08.2018
23.12.2018 - 01.01.2019

Arrival: Sunday prior to course start
Departure: Saturday following course end

Tourism & Hospitality Management Program

Upper intermediate to Advanced, 36 week(s)
36 week(s) - From CAD 14415.-
(about GBP 8486.-)
Course duration
36 week(s)
Levels
Upper intermediate to Advanced
Students/class
max. 20
Minimum age
18 years
Schedule
09:00-12:00 + 13:00-16:00

Schedule may vary depending on student’s level and time of year.
This intensive programme aims to respond to the growing needs of the modern world. You will be able to discover all aspects of the tourism and hotel industry, including conventions and organisations for special event management, reception and welcome, International Management, sales & marketing. This diploma will allow you to have the necessary knowledge but above all the assets for entering into this professional world which is constantly changing but which also requires qualified people.

For more information, check out the “Canada Professional Certificates” page.
Course info
week(s)
Without accomodation
Host family, single room, half board
Residence, single room, no meals (18 y.o.)
36
14415
22709
34085
All prices are in CAD.   CAD 1 ≈ GBP 0.63   (Not-binding exchange rate)
Starting dates
02.01 / 29.01 / 26.02 / 26.03 / 23.04 / 22.05 / 18.06.2018
Bank holidays
01.01 / 19.02 / 30.03 / 21.05 / 02.07 / 06.08 / 03.09 / 08.10 / 12.11.2018
Holidays
15.07.2018 - 04.08.2018
23.12.2018 - 01.01.2019

Arrival: Sunday prior to course start
Departure: Saturday following course end

Certificate in International Business and Trade

Upper intermediate to Advanced, 8 week(s)
8 week(s) - From CAD 3575.-
(about GBP 2105.-)
Course duration
8 week(s)
Levels
Upper intermediate to Advanced
Students/class
max. 20
Minimum age
18 years
Schedule
09:00-12:00 + 13:00-14:30 (Mon-Thu) + 09:00 - 12:00 (Fri)

Schedule may vary depending on student’s level and time of year.
While giving participants an overview of marketing concepts and terminology, this course examines the importance of marketing for businesses and society in general. You will learn the basics of making a marketing plan, understanding the marketing mix and the importance of consumer relationships. In English, you will gain confidence in addressing the basic needs of businesses in planning, developing and managing products, pricing, distribution channels and promotion.
Students will take the International Business and Marketing courses to complete this certificate. They will learn about business in a global context, and will explore the fundamentals of effective marketing planning and strategies.

Marketing (4 weeks)
This course is designed to provide students with an introduction to marketing concepts and terminology. It examines the importance of marketing within organizations and society in general. Participants will study the major components of a marketing plan, the marketing mix and consumer relationships. They will learn how to address companies' basic needs in planning, developing and managing products, distribution channels, promotion and pricing.

International Business (4 weeks)
This course introduces students to globalization and to the value-adding activities of businesses in the current global economy. First, they will discuss the impact of national cultures on doing business globally. In addition, they will analyze the external forces that impact businesses, international organizations, legal and labor forces in the global context. Further, the course will focus on strategic alliances and on the impact of rapid environmental changes on strategic planning for international business.

For more information, check out the “Canada Professional Certificates” page.
Course info
week(s)
Without accomodation
Host family, single room, half board
Shared apartment, single room, no meals
8
3575
5645
6045
All prices are in CAD.   CAD 1 ≈ GBP 0.63   (Not-binding exchange rate)
Starting dates 8 wk
28.01 / 15.07.2019
Bank holidays
18.02 / 19.04 / 20.05 / 01.07 / 05.08 / 02.09 / 14.10 / 11.11.2019
Holidays
23.12.2018 - 01.01.2019
22.12.2019 - 28.12.2019

Arrival: Saturday/Sunday prior to course start
Departure: Saturday/Sunday following course end
The arrival and departure days must be identical

Certificate in Business Communications

Upper intermediate to Advanced, 8 week(s)
8 week(s) - From CAD 3575.-
(about GBP 2105.-)
Course duration
8 week(s)
Levels
Upper intermediate to Advanced
Students/class
max. 20
Minimum age
18 years
Schedule
09:00-12:00 + 13:00-14:30 (Mon-Thu) + 09:00 - 12:00 (Fri)

Schedule may vary depending on student’s level and time of year.
Organizational Behaviour (4 weeks)
An in-depth introduction to organizational behaviour and how related theories can be applied in today’s business environment. Learn about how the behaviour of individuals and groups can affect a business, then apply the theory and develop managerial competencies including motivation, teamwork, leadership and decision making.

Managerial Communications (4 weeks)
Communication skills are essential for anyone wishing to succeed in business. This course explores the role of communication in business and cross-cultural environments. Participants develop formal writing skills and prepare to deliver a business presentation.

For more information, check out the “Canada Professional Certificates” page.
Course info
week(s)
Without accomodation
Host family, single room, half board
Shared apartment, single room, no meals
8
3575
5645
6045
All prices are in CAD.   CAD 1 ≈ GBP 0.63   (Not-binding exchange rate)
Starting dates 8 wk
25.03 / 09.09.2019
Bank holidays
18.02 / 19.04 / 20.05 / 01.07 / 05.08 / 02.09 / 14.10 / 11.11.2019
Holidays
23.12.2018 - 01.01.2019
22.12.2019 - 28.12.2019

Arrival: Saturday/Sunday prior to course start
Departure: Saturday/Sunday following course end
The arrival and departure days must be identical

Certificate in Business Management

Upper intermediate to Advanced, 8 week(s)
8 week(s) - From CAD 3575.-
(about GBP 2105.-)
Course duration
8 week(s)
Levels
Upper intermediate to Advanced
Students/class
max. 20
Minimum age
18 years
Schedule
09:00-12:00 + 13:00-14:30 (Mon-Thu) + 09:00 - 12:00 (Fri)

Schedule may vary depending on student’s level and time of year.
Introduction to Management (4 weeks)
Learn about the key concepts of management and the functions of managers in a professional environment. Enhance your understanding of management processes including planning, organizing, directing and driving organizational activities. This course will help build core competencies necessary for future management courses.

Business Law (4 weeks)
Learn the language of the law. Students on this course receive an overview of basic legal terminology, particularly relating to business law. There is a particular focus on contract law as contracts are at the heart of international business. Case studies will be used alongside examples taken from current news reports. The course includes field trips to the law courts.

For more information, check out the “Canada Professional Certificates” page.
Course info
week(s)
Without accomodation
Host family, single room, half board
Shared apartment, single room, no meals
8
3575
5645
6045
All prices are in CAD.   CAD 1 ≈ GBP 0.63   (Not-binding exchange rate)
Starting dates 8 wk
21.05 / 04.11.2019
Bank holidays
18.02 / 19.04 / 20.05 / 01.07 / 05.08 / 02.09 / 14.10 / 11.11.2019
Holidays
23.12.2018 - 01.01.2019
22.12.2019 - 28.12.2019

Arrival: Saturday/Sunday prior to course start
Departure: Saturday/Sunday following course end
The arrival and departure days must be identical

Diploma in Supervisory Management

Upper intermediate to Advanced, 16 week(s)
16 week(s) - From CAD 6620.-
(about GBP 3897.-)
Course duration
16 week(s)
Levels
Upper intermediate to Advanced
Students/class
max. 20
Minimum age
18 years
Schedule
09:00-12:00 + 13:00-14:30 (Mon-Thu) + 09:00 - 12:00 (Fri)

Schedule may vary depending on student’s level and time of year.
This programme is recognised by the CIM (Canadian Institute of Management). The CIM is a national association that recognizes managers and management programmes for credits. After completion of the course, the school will help you to gain this recognition. This Diploma consists of 4 courses (certificates):
· Organizational Behaviour (4-week course)
· Managerial Communications (4-week course)
· Introduction to Management (4-week course)
· Business Law (4-week course)

Upon completion of the Diploma in Supervisory Management, participants will have a solid foundation in the key business, communication, interpersonal and leadership skills required for effective supervisory management. In addition the course delivers planning, organisational and logistical skills alongside the basic legal knowledge required to manage people. Case studies, classroom discussion, field trips, presentations and group projects further enhance the experience.

For more information, check out the “Canada Professional Certificates” page.
Course info
week(s)
Without accomodation
Host family, single room, half board
Shared apartment, single room, no meals
16
6620
10530
11330
All prices are in CAD.   CAD 1 ≈ GBP 0.63   (Not-binding exchange rate)
Starting dates 16 wk
25.03 / 09.09.2019
Bank holidays
18.02 / 19.04 / 20.05 / 01.07 / 05.08 / 02.09 / 14.10 / 11.11.2019
Holidays
23.12.2018 - 01.01.2019
22.12.2019 - 28.12.2019

Arrival: Saturday/Sunday prior to course start
Departure: Saturday/Sunday following course end
The arrival and departure days must be identical

Diploma in International Business Management

Upper intermediate to Advanced, 26 week(s)
26 week(s) - From CAD 10220.-
(about GBP 6017.-)
Course duration
26 week(s)
Levels
Upper intermediate to Advanced
Students/class
max. 20
Minimum age
18 years
Schedule
09:00-12:00 + 13:00-14:30 (Mon-Thu) + 09:00 - 12:00 (Fri)

Schedule may vary depending on student’s level and time of year.
This Diploma consists of 6 courses (certificates):
· Organizational Behaviour (4-week course)
· Managerial Communications (4-week course)
· Introduction to Management (4-week course)
· Business Law (4-week course)
· International Business (4-week course)
· Marketing (4-week course)

This course delivers an excellent understanding of the essentials of business management. Upon completion of the course, participants will be prepared to enter the contemporary world of business management. The course looks in-depth at global issues and students will use presentations, team projects and individual research to further their skills and knowledge.

For more information, check out the “Canada Professional Certificates” page.
Course info
week(s)
Without accomodation
Host family, single room, half board
Shared apartment, single room, no meals
26
10220
16430
17210
All prices are in CAD.   CAD 1 ≈ GBP 0.63   (Not-binding exchange rate)
Starting dates 26 wk
02.01 / 28.01 / 25.02 / 25.03 / 22.04 / 21.05 / 17.06 / 15.07 / 12.08 / 09.09 / 07.10 / 04.11 / 02.12.2019
Bank holidays
18.02 / 19.04 / 20.05 / 01.07 / 05.08 / 02.09 / 14.10 / 11.11.2019
Holidays
23.12.2018 - 01.01.2019
22.12.2019 - 28.12.2019

Arrival: Saturday/Sunday prior to course start
Departure: Saturday/Sunday following course end
The arrival and departure days must be identical

Diploma in Customer Service

Upper intermediate to Advanced, 26 week(s)
26 week(s) - From CAD 10010.-
(about GBP 5893.-)
Course duration
26 week(s)
Levels
Upper intermediate to Advanced
Students/class
max. 20
Minimum age
18 years
Schedule
09:00-12:00 + 13:00-14:30 (Mon-Thu) + 09:00 - 12:00 (Fri)

Schedule may vary depending on student’s level and time of year.
Diploma in Customer Service
If you’re interested in a career in tourism, hospitality or retail, this course will prepare you. Lasting 26 weeks (or 48 weeks for the evening programme), the course features modules such as basic IT skills, customer interaction, providing information and assistance and job search preparation. During the course, students will learn how to handle customer complaints, work in a team and provide information to customers.

For more information, check out the “Canada Professional Certificates” page.
Course info
week(s)
Without accomodation
Host family, single room, half board
Shared apartment, single room, no meals
26
10010
16220
17000
All prices are in CAD.   CAD 1 ≈ GBP 0.63   (Not-binding exchange rate)
Starting dates 26 wk
02.01 / 28.01 / 25.02 / 25.03 / 22.04 / 21.05 / 17.06 / 15.07 / 12.08 / 09.09 / 07.10 / 04.11 / 02.12.2019
Bank holidays
18.02 / 19.04 / 20.05 / 01.07 / 05.08 / 02.09 / 14.10 / 11.11.2019
Holidays
23.12.2018 - 01.01.2019
22.12.2019 - 28.12.2019

Arrival: Saturday/Sunday prior to course start
Departure: Saturday/Sunday following course end
The arrival and departure days must be identical

Diploma in Hospitality Operations

Upper intermediate to Advanced, 26 week(s)
26 week(s) - From CAD 10130.-
(about GBP 5964.-)
Course duration
26 week(s)
Levels
Upper intermediate to Advanced
Students/class
max. 20
Minimum age
18 years
Schedule
09:00-12:00 + 13:00-14:30 (Mon-Thu) + 09:00 - 12:00 (Fri)

Schedule may vary depending on student’s level and time of year.
Choose a specific career path in the hospitality industry and obtain an official certificate through this exciting programme! This course will help you define your goals and find a successful job in this fast-growing sector. Learn how to manage housekeeping operations or front office functions, supervise a team of hospitality professionals or coordinate an event. Your professors will also teach you how to write an effective CV and cover letter, as well as how to perform best in an interview, preparing you for a wide range of positions.

For more information, check out the “Canada Professional Certificates” page.
Course info
week(s)
Without accomodation
Host family, single room, half board
Shared apartment, single room, no meals
26
10130
16340
17120
All prices are in CAD.   CAD 1 ≈ GBP 0.63   (Not-binding exchange rate)
Starting dates 26 wk
28.01 / 25.02 / 25.03 / 22.04 / 21.05 / 17.06 / 15.07 / 12.08 / 09.09 / 07.10 / 04.11 / 02.12.2019
Bank holidays
18.02 / 19.04 / 20.05 / 01.07 / 05.08 / 02.09 / 14.10 / 11.11.2019
Holidays
23.12.2018 - 01.01.2019
22.12.2019 - 28.12.2019

Arrival: Saturday/Sunday prior to course start
Departure: Saturday/Sunday following course end
The arrival and departure days must be identical

Diploma in Hospitality Sales & Marketing

Upper intermediate to Advanced, 26 week(s)
26 week(s) - From CAD 10130.-
(about GBP 5964.-)
Course duration
26 week(s)
Levels
Upper intermediate to Advanced
Students/class
max. 20
Minimum age
18 years
Schedule
09:00-12:00 + 13:00-14:30 (Mon-Thu) + 09:00 - 12:00 (Fri)

Schedule may vary depending on student’s level and time of year.
This programme is specially designed for students who want to work in marketing, sales or public relations within the hospitality industry. You’ll gain skills and knowledge about specific topics such as market segmentation, advertising, public relations, market research and pricing. At the end of the course, you’ll receive an official certificate that will help you find a job in the hospitality and tourism industry (for example as a marketing assistant or public relations coordinator).

For more information, check out the “Canada Professional Certificates” page.
Course info
week(s)
Without accomodation
Host family, single room, half board
Shared apartment, single room, no meals
26
10130
16340
17120
All prices are in CAD.   CAD 1 ≈ GBP 0.63   (Not-binding exchange rate)
Starting dates 26 wk
28.01 / 25.02 / 25.03 / 22.04 / 21.05 / 17.06 / 15.07 / 12.08 / 09.09 / 07.10 / 04.11 / 02.12.2019
Bank holidays
18.02 / 19.04 / 20.05 / 01.07 / 05.08 / 02.09 / 14.10 / 11.11.2019
Holidays
23.12.2018 - 01.01.2019
22.12.2019 - 28.12.2019

Arrival: Saturday/Sunday prior to course start
Departure: Saturday/Sunday following course end
The arrival and departure days must be identical

Diploma in Hospitality Management

Upper intermediate to Advanced, 48 week(s)
48 week(s) - From CAD 33159.-
(about GBP 19521.-)
Course duration
48 week(s)
Levels
Upper intermediate to Advanced
Students/class
max. 20
Minimum age
18 years
Schedule
09:00-12:00 + 13:00-14:30 (Mon-Thu) + 09:00 - 12:00 (Fri)

Schedule may vary depending on student’s level and time of year.
This intensive programme will give you a 360° view of companies in the hospitality industry, their needs and how to manage them. By acquiring foundational knowledge in different areas of the hospitality management field (such as front desk operations, housekeeping, food & beverage management, administration, event coordination, guests services, etc.), you’ll be able to choose your career path in this fast-growing industry. This course will prepare you for a wide range of positions and will also give you an internationally recognized certification.

For more information, check out the “Canada Professional Certificates” page.
Course info
week(s)
Without accomodation
Host family, single room, half board
Shared apartment, single room, no meals
48
18690
29960
31400
All prices are in CAD.   CAD 1 ≈ GBP 0.63   (Not-binding exchange rate)
Starting dates 26 wk
28.01 / 25.02 / 25.03 / 22.04 / 21.05 / 17.06 / 15.07 / 12.08 / 09.09 / 07.10 / 04.11 / 02.12.2019
Bank holidays
18.02 / 19.04 / 20.05 / 01.07 / 05.08 / 02.09 / 14.10 / 11.11.2019
Holidays
23.12.2018 - 01.01.2019
22.12.2019 - 28.12.2019

Arrival: Saturday/Sunday prior to course start
Departure: Saturday/Sunday following course end
The arrival and departure days must be identical

Options/Extras

Supplement Accommodation high season (per wk.) (Host family, 24.06-19.08.2018) 14 CAD
Airport transfer (on arrival) 110 CAD
Supplement Accommodation high season (per wk.) (Host family, 22.06 - 17.08.2019) 25 CAD
Airport transfer (on arrival) 110 CAD

Other accommodation options

Host family, single room, full board
Host family, single room, no meals
Shared apartment, single room, no meals (Harrington House, Premium)
Residence, single room, breakfast (Campus ONE, 18+ - 01.05-26.08.2019)
Residence, single room, full board (Campus ONE (18+) - 01.01-30.04 & 27.08-31.12.2019)
Host family, single room, full board
Host family, single room, no meals

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Host family
Canadians are a warm and welcoming people – that’s why a language stay in a Canadian host family is the perfect way to discover this fascinating country! Usually, host families live 40-60 minutes away from the school. You’ll stay in a single room and have the choice between half or full board. If you prefer to be more independent, you can also ask for the no-meal option and simply share the kitchen with the rest of the family. Jump into the Canadian culture and practise English on a daily basis!

Campus One residence
Located in a high-rise a 15-20-minute walk from the school, this residence offers 4-bedroom apartments. In each one, the bathroom and kitchen are shared, Wi-Fi is free and bed linen and towels are provided. Enjoy the amazing residence installations: living room, dining room, gym, game room, movie room, dance/yoga studio and SkyLounge penthouse. A laundry room for pay is also available onsite. During the low season (01.01 - 30.04 & 01.09 - 31.12), full board is included.

Host family
Canadians are a warm and welcoming people – that’s why a language stay in a Canadian host family is the perfect way to discover this fascinating country! Usually, host families live 40-60 minutes away from the school. You’ll stay in a single room and have the choice between half or full board. If you prefer to be more independent, you can also ask for the no-meal option and simply share the kitchen with the rest of the family. Jump into the Canadian culture and practise English on a daily basis!

Harrington House shared apartment (from 18 years)
Standard (Danforth)
35 minutes from the school by public transport, these apartments are the perfect choice for international students. You'll stay in a single room with a shared bathroom, and can enjoy the kitchen, the free Wi-Fi and the SmartTV with Netflix! Bed linen and towels are provided, a laundry room is available onsite and common areas are cleaned once a month.

Premium (Sherbourne)
Less than 5 minutes on foot from the Sherbourne metro station, this comfortable, modern residence features a shared living area, a Smart TV with Netflix, a cinema room, gym, yoga area, library, games room and an outdoor terrace! Your single room comes with free Wi-Fi, towels and bed linen for your full-size bed. Bathrooms are shared, and there are laundry facilities on site.

Campus One residence (from 18 years)
Located in a high-rise a 15-20-minute walk from the school, this residence offers 4-bedroom apartments. In each one, the bathroom and kitchen are shared, Wi-Fi is free and bed linen and towels are provided. Enjoy the amazing residence installations: living room, dining room, gym, game room, movie room, dance/yoga studio and SkyLounge penthouse. A laundry room for pay is also available onsite. During the low season (01.01 - 30.04 & 27.08 - 31.12), full board is included.

The leisure programme offered by the school promotes language exchanges outside the classroom. With your new friends, you’ll have the chance to visit all the main attractions, such as the CN Tower, the amazing museums and gardens, and the different neighbourhoods. The programme also includes bowling nights, cinema and sports! During the weekend, you’ll be able to visit this beautiful region and all its gems, like Niagara Falls. Quebec and the USA are also very close… take the opportunity to spend a weekend in Montreal or New York!

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