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The International Culinary Arts Academy Cebu

The International Culinary Arts Academy Cebu

“i have just finished the 2 year culinary arts chefs program and i am very satisfied with the course.  basically the first year would run with in school training for the first 5-6 months then you will have to attend and apprenticeship at a hotel to be able to continue to the 2nd year.  2nd year was a more interesting year since we were taught more advanced techniques.  i believe...” --jedvidlim

100% Positive Reviews
HRC Culinary Academy, Bulgaria

HRC Culinary Academy, Bulgaria

“I find HRC as a perfect match for someone looking for Culinary study in europe at a LOW COST ” --konvict

100% Positive Reviews
Bunker Hill Community College - Culinary Arts Program

Bunker Hill Community College - Culinary Arts Program

“Bunker Hill Community College (BHCC) in Boston MA, offers both certificate and A.S. degree programs in both Culinary Arts and Baking & Pastry Arts.  Although BHCC has an enrollment of over 12,000 students across all of their programs, the Culinary and Baking & Pastry programs have a combined enrollment of 120 students.  As a community college, the cost is reasonable at $18,000...” --Joyo

100% Positive Reviews
Laney College - Culinary Arts

Laney College - Culinary Arts

“Focus on your goal and let everything else fall to the wayside.   Laney College is convenient and affordable, located in downtown Oakland, California.  The Culinary Arts department offers students the opportunity learn the basics skills needed to pursue an entry-level position in the field.  The instructors are well-traveled and some have worked alongside celebrity chefs.  ...” --Etherial

100% Positive Reviews
Bolton College - Catering & Hospitality

Bolton College - Catering & Hospitality

“I was studying cooking at Bolton College, Deane Road Campus for almost a year and a half and i think it's an alright college, nice facilities and plenty places to sit, the facilities for learning cooking is decent although they are limited with equipment and ingredients, they have a small professional kitchen and a more domestic style kitchen up on the second floor (both i studied in). While...” --emmbai90

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Valencia College in Orlando, FL

Valencia College in Orlando, FL

“I am currently enrolled in Valencia's Baking & Pastry Management AS degree program. Valencia was not my first-choice school, but when I was not able to attend one of the country's top schools in Florida, it seemed like a good option. I've slowly grown to love it and I'm happy I made the choice I did. The curriculum at Valencia is very similar to those offered at private schools. The...” --PastrySMC

100% Positive Reviews
Art Institute of Dallas

Art Institute of Dallas

“The classes were great the chef's were amazing. There with you working side by side with you involved and cared about what was going on in the school but also how you were doing as a person not just a student. I had already been in the industry for 10 years before going to school which I would suggest to anyone wanting to go to school for culinary. Get your feet wet first make sure that this is...” --Kenneth Goldber

100% Positive Reviews
Algonquin College School of Hospitality & Tourism

Algonquin College School of Hospitality & Tourism

“I went to Algonquin College during their winter program. The program as a whole is pretty good, however there are some things which need attention and hopefully have been or will be ironed out.   The setup for the course is pretty simple, you do 2 days a week in the baking labs, typically making 1 type of bread, per class with assorted pastry or desserts. Another day will be devoted to...” --dents

100% Positive Reviews
Orange Coast College Culinary Arts

Orange Coast College Culinary Arts

“I graduated from OCC several years ago, but I still recommend it to my employees and any young aspiring cooks that I meet. It is a community college, so you won't leave this place drowning in debt. The Chef Instructors are incredibly knowledgeable and very encouraging to their students, and I was able to work full time while going to school as well. I was able to take both their Advanced...” --dumpling

100% Positive Reviews
Northern Illinois University Hospitality Administration

Northern Illinois University Hospitality Administration

“I have attended NIU for three semesters now and am currently enrolled in its Hospitality Management program. It wasn't my first choice as I was unsure of my education path, but I choose it because it was practical cost wise and close to home. NIU is a 4-year university that offers Bachelors' in many areas of study.   The Hospitality Management program is what one should choose if a...” --JLomb

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