Jean-Guy Robichaud

Associate faculty

Tourism & Hospitality Management

Dr. Jean-Guy Robichaud’s masters research focused on building tourism entrepreneurial capacity in small to medium sized cities. His doctoral research was an investigation into the empowerment and suppression of voice in North-South higher education partnerships, with a case study of tourism-education partnership and community development research.


Robichaud’s career began in high-end hotels and resorts in Alberta, British Columbia and Quebec to complete his journeyman certifications as cook, baker, and pastry chef. He was also a business partner in Patisseries in Quebec City for six years. He joined the faculty in culinary arts and pastry arts at Cambrian College and later became the director of Student Success and Recruitment. Robichaud is currently a faculty member at Vancouver Island University in the Hospitality Management program.


Doctorate of Business Administration

University of Bath, UK

Master of Arts in Tourism Management

Royal Roads University

Bachelor of Arts in Hospitality Management

Vancouver Community College

Diploma in Hospitality Management

Cambrian College

Red Seal – Baker certification, Gold Seal – Pastry Chef certification

Ontario Colleges of Trades

Red Seal – Cook certification

Ontario Colleges of Trades

Chef Training certificate

Cambrian College