Eton College (Vancouver)

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Eton College
Eton lockup blue.tif
Motto Eton Grads Excel
Type Private career college
Established 2003
Location Canada Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
49°16′21″N 123°05′45″W / 49.2725°N 123.0957°W / 49.2725; -123.0957
Website http://etoncollege.ca/

Eton College Canada is located in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Eton College is a private career college specializing in Hospitality Management, Travel & Tourism Management, Business Administration, and Flight Attendant training.

Eton College Building Vancouver Campus, at 706 - 333 Terminal Avenue
Eton College Vancouver Campus

Accreditation[edit]

Eton College was an accredited college of the Private Career Training Institutions Agency (PCTIA) of British Columbia.[1] As of September 2016, Eton College became a designated institution by the Private Training Institutions Branch of BC (PTIB). [2]

Eton College is a recipient of the EQA designation, a BC government quality assurance designation given to public and private post-secondary institutions that have met or exceeded government recognized quality assurance standards.

History[edit]

Eton College opened its doors in July 2003. The first articulation agreement was signed in 2007 with Royal Roads University located in Victoria, British Columbia. Eton College has since signed articulation agreements with Capilano University, Hawaii Pacific University, Glion Institute of Higher Education, Vancouver Community College, and Vancouver Island University.

Core programs[edit]

  • Business Administration Major in Hospitality Management
  • Business Administration Major in Tourism Management
  • Hospitality and Tourism Management
  • Hospitality Management and Flight Attendant Preparation
  • Travel, Tourism and Flight Attendant Preparation
  • Dual Credential Tourism Studies Program with Vancouver Island University [2]

Partnerships[edit]

Academic credits can be transferred to Vancouver Community College, Capilano University, Royal Roads University, Hawaii Pacific University, Glion Institute of Higher Education and Blue Mountains International Hotel Management School.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  2. ^ "Tourism Studies". Retrieved March 16, 2017. 

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