Hotel School

Ryerson University

Ryerson University

Born out of the Institution for Home Management in the academic year 1951/1952 the school was named the Hotel Resort and Restaurant Administration with 49 students and 8 faculty and staff. Today as we celebrate sixty years The Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management continues to be a leader in innovative, career-oriented education and remains distinctly urban, culturally diverse and inclusive. The school now has 675 full time students and receives in excess of 1300 applications yearly for 215 first year spots. It is clearly evident that our academic program, reputation and Ryerson University itself is resonating with students.


The Future of Revenue Management Is Not What It Used to Be

By Gabor Forgacs

Not too long ago we thought the future of Revenue Management would be more data; faster processing capability; more revenue streams optimized; and more properties managed by one revenue professional. Now that the second decade of the 21st century is nearing its final year we can see that the "more" and "faster" will give way to something slightly different.


Gabor Forgacs

Associate Professor, Hospitality & Tourism Management, Ryerson University

Frederic Dimanche

Director of the School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at Ryerson University