Post-Baccalaureate Diploma in Tourism in Mountain Environments
Students will gain a foundation of basic knowledge and skills for working in the general field of tourism, as well as developing more specialized knowledge and skills relevant to resort and hotel management. In the first year of the program, they will gain an overview of the industry; demonstrate understanding of issues fundamental in tourism planning, marketing, and service provision; and gain an awareness of central issues related to tourism’s engagement with culture and the natural environment, as well as exploring the experiential dimensions of this phenomenon. In the second, specialized year, they will master research skills; gain competencies relevant to managing resorts and hotels, including understanding aspects of hotel operations, performance, and evaluation; and develop an understanding of the importance of such issues as information technology, event management, tourism entrepreneurship, and experience creation to the success of hotels and resorts today.
Employment opportunities are similar to those for graduates of our existing concentration in Resort Experience Management in our Bachelor of Tourism Management (BTM) program. Our BTM has a good employment success rate in the accommodation sector.
- An undergraduate degree from any discipline
- English Language Proficiency: Students who have completed their studies in a country where English is not an official language will be required to provide proof of English language proficiency. This can be achieved by meeting one of the following:
• TOEFL minimum of 570 (paper-based with a TWE 4.5) or 88 (iBT) with no section below 20
• IELTS Min overall score of 6.5 with no subtest score below 6.0
• MELAB with a minimum of 8
• CAEL – Minimum overall score of 70 with no subtest below 60
• ESAL 0570 and ESAL 0580 with a minimum grade of C+ in both
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