TD Scholarships for Community Leadership are awarded to students in their last year of high school or CEGEP (in Quebec) who have demonstrated leadership in improving their community.
The Hospitality Management 1 program is broken into three components, Academic, Practical and Co-op.
The academic component is designed to provide international students the understanding and knowledge, the skills and education, of the current trends in the hotel and hospitality industry. Sprott Shaw College has also designed this program for those who have industry experience in their country and want to enhance their skills and gain valuable international work experience. This program is also highly beneficial for those who have studied Hospitality and Tourism Management or similar program in their country.
Students will be required to research, contact and evaluate hotel and hospitality services, marketing and employment practices. Both the academic and practical components will prepare the international student for their co-op term (paid practicum).
Students will learn: