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Mentora College of Business & Technology focuses on interactive, project-based learning in classes that are currently capped at 14 students. The Business Administration Management and the Hotel Management programs have a 384-hour supervised practicum to ensure real-world, hands-on learning.


Mentora College of Business & Technology is a post-secondary initiative of BAU Global, an international network of universities, colleges and language schools spread over three continents and eight countries.

Having access to this worldwide academic community gives our students in Toronto richer experiences during their programs and more opportunities after graduation.

The college offers diploma programs in Business Administration Management and Hotel Management and occupies a beautiful, modern space at Yonge and Wellesley, steps from Wellesley Station. The focus is on interactive, project-based learning in classes that are capped at 14 students. Each program has a 384-hour supervised practicum to ensure real-world, hands-on learning.

Our Mission, Vision and Values


We provide a high standard of education and go the extra mile for our learners, who receive an applied, future-proofed education that will set them up for success. If you’re a Mentora student, our focus is on your needs and aspirations. We work with you on your specific learning goals, creating the  proper foundation on which to build your future career.


We have our finger on the pulse on the future, and continue to develop our curriculum for the needs of the modern student. We tailor our programs and work placements to be in-line with an ever-changing world and workplace.


Integrity – We act with integrity at all times and ensure the needs of our learners are met.

Respect – We respect our students and are committed to providing an experience that is inclusive to everyone.

Global-mindedness – We are focused on delivering an educational experience that prepares our students for the global workforce. Future focus – We ensure that our programs are relevant and set our students up for success going forward.


To apply, students must have an Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent. Alternatively, they must be at least 18 years old, and successfully pass a qualifying test approved by the Superintendent of Private Career Colleges. 

International students must achieve a minimum score of 6.0 on the IELTS English language test for program admission in addition the admission requirements stated above.

For students who need help with IELTS, our language school located on campus is available to you.

Classes start in spring, fall and winter. Programs are 48 weeks long.


Now accepting students for 2020.