Finding the funds to go to school is never easy.
AT CTC we work hard to keep the cost of our programs reasonable. Your education is an important investment, so here’s everything you need to know about paying for school.
We don’t see the point in hiding how much our programs cost. Below is a breakdown per program.
Tuition and fees include: program tuition, materials, textbooks, and any program-related fees.
All amounts are in Canadian dollars.
|Flight Attendant Diploma||$6,530||$7,374|
|Hospitality + Co-Op Certificate||$8,280||$9,296|
|Hospitality & Resort Business Management Diploma||$17,350||$18,555|
|Hospitality & Resort Business Management Diploma + Co-Op||$22,080||$23,705|
|Tourism + Co-Op Certificate||$7,140||$8,156|
|Travel & Tourism Business Management Diploma||$18,550||$20,750|
|Travel & Tourism Business Management Diploma + Co-Op||$22,680||$24,725|
|Online: Travel Agent Certificate||$3,100.00||$3,100.00|
|Online: Event & Meeting Planning Certificate||$1,950.00||$1,950.00|
*Tuition fees are in Canadian dollars. Costs include textbooks and student services fees such as graduation, etc. A non-refundable application fee of $100 for domestic students or $300 for international students** (or $500 for students from India due to visa processing) will be payable at time of registration. **Includes Essentials Health Insurance required for international students.
***Co-op (paid work experience)
International Students: Fees include health insurance. $244 for the Flight Attendant Diploma and Hospitality Certificate; $366 for the Hospitality Co-op Certificate and Tourism Co-op Certificate; $525 for the Hospitality & Resort Business Management Diploma w/o Coop, Travel & Tourism Business Management Diploma w/o Coop.
This fee schedule may be subject to change without notice. Tuition and fees may be subject to change pending approval.
Use our Budget Calculator to help figure out exactly how much you’ll need while in school. Remember, you’ll need to pay your tuition and fees but you’ll also need to pay things like rent, utilities, car payments, etc!
There are numerous resources available to help you pay for school. Some options to consider include:
- BC Scholarships
- Canada & British Columbia Student Loans
- Canada Student Grants
- Engagement & Social Development Canada
- Indigenous & Northern Affairs Canada
- Lifelong Learning Plan
- Registered Education Savings
- Work Safe BC
Talk to your Admissions Advisor about CTC’s payment plan options!
For more details on our Refund Policy please view here: