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Diploma in Tourism – Travel Services Management

Humber College’s Tourism – Travel Services Management diploma program is ideal for those who possess a genuine love of travel, exploration and adventure.

Quick Facts

 
Full-time Duration: 2 years
Starting in: September 2020
Tuition Fee: CAD 7,496 per semester
Location: North Campus (Toronto, Canada)

The Humber College’s Tourism – Travel Services Management diploma program will provide you with the experience you need to excel in this exciting industry including areas such as:

  • Tour operations
  • Travel agencies
  • Tourist boards
  • Adventure and eco travel
  • Cruise lines, airlines
  • Voluntourism
  • Educational tour companies
  • Sales and marketing

In order to best prepare for this dynamic industry, you will have several opportunities to travel internationally on both short duration trips and for full semesters abroad. In addition, several courses include local travel opportunities that give you hands-on experiences in a variety of tourism and travel products and adventures. In the Trip Planning course, you will plan and execute a travel experience. The program also includes extensive training with the most recognized software systems in the tourism industry and allows you to obtain the most industry relevant certifications during your studies.

Courses include:

  • An Introduction to Arts and Sciences
  • Travel Industry Fundamentals
  • Selling the Americas
  • Travel Business Practices
  • Sales and Service Excellence
  • College Reading and Writing Skills

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Career

Our program is the launching pad to an exciting career in one of the world’s largest, most dynamic industries.

Establish your career in:

  • Tourism product sales and marketing
  • Customer service
  • Operations
  • Wholesale and retail reservations
  • Product planning and niche tourism
  • Tour conducting

In this industry, you will have the opportunity to work in Canadian and international markets with tour operators, travel agencies, airlines, destination management companies and other travel suppliers.

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