Tourism & Services Management
Tourism & Services Management-2 Years
Fredericton, NB Canada
Throughout this program the students will develop the following skills:
- Strong communicators, extensive soft skills
- Solid core knowledge and technical skills
- Understand sector needs, including business management, analytics and technology
- See the industry as a way of life and value lifelong learning
- Globally savvy
- Ground transportation
- In-bound tourism
- Ship and cruise service
- Travel retailers and tour operators
- Ticket and counter agent
- Marketing representative
- Front desk clerk
- Home-based travel counsellor
- Convention/conference/meeting planner assistant
- Tourism development and marketing organizations
- Travel information centres, national parks and campgrounds
- Tourism attractions, festivals and event planning
- Tour organizations, ground transportation and in-bound tourism
- Travel retail, destination tourism and internet travel retail
- Resorts, hotels, cruise lines, airlines
1. Copy of the biometric page (first and last page) of your current passport including all the pages that have visa stamps of all other countries.
2. Copy of the Study Permit, Refusal letter if applicant previously applied for a Study Permit to Canada or any other countries.
3. When you are in your final high school or senior secondary/ college / university year, please submit a letter from your institution stating the date of completion of the degree.
4. Senior secondary or high school (Grade 12) transcripts of graduation credentials, courses studied, and grades earned.
5. The language of instruction at Atlantic Business College is English. In addition to the academic admission requirements, all applicants for whom English is not their first language and/or are coming from countries where English is not an official language, must provide proof of language proficiency.
Applicants must meet ONE of the following criteria to meet Atlantic Business College’s English language Proficiency requirements:
English language Proficiency:
- TOEFL – Test of English as a Foreign Language Internet based test (IBT) – Overall 80 with the minimum in each component: Reading 20; Listening 20; Speaking 20; Writing 20.or
- International English Language Testing (IELTS) Academic Level with scores at or above overall average of 6.0 AND no band below 5.5
- Pearson Test of English (PTE Academic). Minimum score of 58 with no subject test less than 49 means (49L,49W,49S,49R)
- Canadian Academic English Language Assessment Test (CAEL) (the online or in-person test). Overall band score of 60
- CELPIP : Overall 7 no band below than 6 ( 6L,6W,6S,6R) or
- We request you to upload your documents in this section.
- College and Career Preparation
- Tourism Computer Applications
- Tourism Financial Concepts
- Introduction to Tourism
- Destination the Americas
- Communication D
- General Education Elective 1
- Introduction to Reservation Software
- Hotel Operations
- Destination Europe
- Planes, Trains and Waterways
- Tour Planning
- General Education Elective 2
- Destination The World
- Intermediate Reservation Software
- Tourism Sales
- Corporate and Special Events
- Sustainable Tourism
- Career Preparation
- Human Relations and Leadership
- Marketing and Social Media
- Advanced Reservation Software
- Agency Operations and Legalities
- Work Experience Training
We are now accepting applications for international students.
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Proofreading & Editing
Professional Office Procedures
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