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Restaurants Canada Show Returns In-Person, Welcoming Hospitality and Tourism Management Students
Mon, May 15, 2023
From April 10th to 12th, the 2023 Restaurants Canada (RC) Show made a return in full force, with attendees once again able to experience the event in person.
Hospitality Students Deliver Innovative Solutions to Industry Challenges
Fri, May 12, 2023
In the wake of the pandemic's impact on the hospitality industry, operators have faced unprecedented challenges while navigating a rapid business resurgence.
Hotel and Restaurant Operations Management Students Generate Buzz for Humber Room as a Campus Dining Destination
Wed, April 12, 2023
Hospitality - Hotel and Restaurant Operations Management students organized a series of on-campus activations at Humber North Campus to raise awareness and promote dining at the Humber Room for lunch.
Hospitality and Tourism Students Make Meaningful Connections at Alumni Event
Wed, April 12, 2023
The Hospitality and Tourism Management programs hosted a dynamic and engaging alumni event, featuring nine accomplished graduates who returned to campus to share their academic and career insights.
Hands-On Hospitality: Students Get Real-World Experience on Toronto Excursion
Wed, April 12, 2023
First-semester Hospitality – Hotel and Restaurant Operations Management students embarked on a two-day excursion to downtown Toronto, immersing themselves in the hospitality industry.
Hospitality Professor Discusses Labour Shortage on CP24
Tue, March 28, 2023
Hospitality & Tourism Management Professor and Program Co-ordinator, Kristy Adams, sat down for an interview with CP24 to discuss the current labour shortage affecting the hospitality industry.
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Once you have been accepted, and have confirmed your offer, you may need to complete a further set of requirements related to your program (Post-Admission Requirements).
Upon acceptance into the program, you must follow professional industry standards for decorum, uniform, hygiene and personal presentation. The restaurant and beverage lab courses have strict uniform and attendance standards and policies, which are mandatory for successful completion of these key courses.
It is mandatory to wear a Humber-issued restaurant and beverage uniform in practical lab classes in this program. Admittance to these classes is not permitted if you are not in uniform. The cost for the uniform has been added to your first semester tuition fees. In order for the uniform to be available for the first day of class, students must submit their size requirements via an online order form.
Computer skills, specifically proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint are an important asset in successfully completing the program.
The 2023/2024 fee for two semesters is:
Fees are subject to change.
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$450 - textbooks and support material (for one semester); nominal fees to cover costs of industry field trips and required industry certifications (varies by semester).
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