MCBT students completing 48-week Business Administration Management diploma and Hotel Management programs will be able to receive six course exemptions for select courses when transferring to Georgian College.
“Through this pathway agreement we can provide additional opportunity for Mentora College students”
Eligible students completing two-year and three-year courses at Georgian will be able to apply for a three-year post-graduate work permit, the partners noted.
“We are pleased to welcome Mentora College, part of the BAU Global network, as one of Georgian’s valued pathway partners,” said Kevin Weaver, Georgian College’s vice-president Academic.
“BAU Global is highly regarded around the world for the delivery of quality higher education. Through this pathway agreement we can provide additional opportunity for Mentora College students to further their education and to experience Georgian College and its status as a leader in co-op education in Ontario.”
The Georgian College programs that student will be eligible for course exemptions include its two-year Business Diploma program with Co-op and the three-year Business Administration Advanced Diploma, and the two-year Hospitality – Hotel and Resort Operations Management Diploma with Co-op and the three-year Hospitality Administration Advanced Diploma.
“MCBT will be opening its doors to domestic and international students in January 2021,” said Emrah Oyman, executive director of Operations for MCBT.
“We have worked extremely hard to develop programming for our students to equip them with the skills and knowledge to enter Ontario’s labour market and to further their education, if they choose to do so, through our pathway agreement into two of Georgian College’s exceptional programs.
“On behalf of Mentora College and BAU Global we thank Georgian for their leadership and collaboration in making this pathway partnership a reality.”