Tourism and Hospitality Management…Your world to see!
Eton College offers Hospitality Management training in Vancouver. We have developed our programs to equip students with a wide range of specialized and complementary skills that are highly sought after by hospitality industry employers. Additionally, our career support components help build a strong resume and practice tough interview questions: your goal is our goal….successful employment. We are a career college after all, and we operate with the full awareness that our measure of success is based on your success!
Our students have found work with airlines, airports, travel and tour companies, transportation companies, tourist and visitor information centres, event planning and trade show companies, hotels, motels, resorts, cruise ships and more.
Business Administration Major in Hospitality Management – Diploma Program
This program is designed to develop students’ understanding of various aspects of business and commerce with a focus on the hospitality industry. This is the perfect program for students who wish to pursue higher education in Hospitality Management. Learn More
Hospitality Management and Flight Attendant Preparation – Diploma Program
Having a tough time deciding between working on land, at sea, or in the air? Then, this is the right program for you. It prepares students for a wide range of careers in the Hospitality and Airline industries. Graduates are equipped with the necessary knowledge, skills and abilities to start their careers in a hotel environment and move smoothly into a position with airlines or cruise ships. Learn More
Hospitality and Tourism Management – Diploma Program
This program spans the greatest scope of choices for students aiming for the largest number of career options in Tourism and Hospitality Management. Graduates may find work in airlines, airports, travel and tour companies, transportation companies, tourist and visitor information centres, event planning and trade show companies, hotels, motels, resorts, cruise ships and more. It examines all five sectors of tourism as well as all departments of a hotel. Learn More