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Tourism and Travel Management

Start Date: September
Length: 2 Years
Location: Tourism & Culinary Centre
Credential: Diploma, Tourism and Travel Management
  • Grade 12 or equivalent with credits at or above the general level

  • Résumé including work and volunteer experience with applicable dates, membership in groups, associations or athletics, awards and distinctions, and any other information about yourself relevant to the program.

Note: Students will be required to obtain a passport for the educational study tour.

International Student fee is an additional $3,930 per year (includes International Health Fee).

Tuition and Other Fees 1st Year 2nd Year - Travel 2nd Year - Events
Tuition $ 4,389 $ 3,677 $ 3,763
Lab Fee $ 325 $ 800 $ 1,150
Study Tour $ – $ 2,200 $ 2,000
Student Union $ 168 $ 168 $ 168
Health Insurance Fee $ 410 $ 410 $ 410
Fitness Centre Fee $ 80 $ 80 $ 80
Graduation Fee $ – $ 90 $ 90
First Aid/WHMIS $ 100    
Total $ 5,472 $ 7,425 $ 7,661
       
1stinstallment due upon first day of class $ 3,217 $ 3,817 $ 3,293
2ndinstallment due January 7 $ 2,255 $ 3,608 $ 4,368
       
       
Other Program Costs 1st Year 2nd Year - Travel 2nd Year - Events
On site parking $ 164 $ 164 $ 164
Purchased Books $ 1,000 $ 250 $ 350
Total $ 1,164 $ 414 $ 514

Graduates of the Tourism and Travel Coordinator specialization find employment with:

  • Airlines
  • Travel agencies
  • Hotels and resorts
  • Tour companies
  • Tourism information bureaus
  • Heritage and historical interpretation centres
  • Travel call centres

Graduates of the Event Coordinator specialization find employment with:

  • Corporations
  • Associations
  • Hotels and resorts
  • Hospitals
  • Banks
  • Entertainment and film production
  • Nonprofit organizations

Degree Pathways


Many Holland College programs have degree pathways. For more information, see our Degree Pathways section.

Program Overview


The Tourism and Travel Management program allows you to choose which aspect of the tourism and events management industry you would enjoy most. Spend your first year studying introductory courses to tourism, hospitality, and events coordination, and in your second year, choose between two areas of specialization, Tourism and Travel Coordinator or Events Coordinator.

Both specializations include 250 hours of internship between May and October.

Tourism and Travel Coordinator students go on an international study tour, and Events Coordinator students travel to the United States to meet with industry professionals, so you’ll need your passport!

This is a US Federal Aid Approved program.

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