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guidelines for future culinary studies

post #1 of 4
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HI,

       I am a culinary student of SHATEC (singapore) from India.I am doing my diploma in culinary skills.Can anyone suggest me what is next to study in culinary field please suggest me a good college and the exact country that has great value to culinary.A place where I can do parttime job where i can earn my living and please prefer me a the country which can get me good job after studies.

post #2 of 4

IMO, regardless of having a diploma or not part time jobs and earning a living after school in another country is a different story. 

You need visas, permanent resident documents etc....

 

Now some of the worlds biggest food mecas in my opinion would be...

Barcelona , New York , San Francisco, Chicago, Paris, Copenhagen, London, Tokyo, Lyon, Bankok, Sao Paulo etc...

 

The thing is in this industry the competition is fierce, those with more experience, more drive, and passion for the profession can really do wonders. What you have to understand though is that making a living in another country is a different story. Their are rules, procedures etc... before you can work legally in any country. Sure you could travel find work illegaly but then you risk lower wages, no benefits, all for knowledge in return. Unless of course you end up working using a student visa now thats a whole other story. 

 

I also think that searching for a new job that will pay well when you are right out of culinary school is going to be pretty hard to find. If i were you i would think about exactly want you want in this industry, what country is of your interest, etc....

I think you will need some cooking experience before traveling the world in hopes of finding a good job. 

Also i could simply tell you a country that values the culinary arts but all countries have their cultures, their salaries, their rules, etc.....

 

Just so you have an idea im in Brazil right now. You can enter in Brazil as long as you have a passport and can stay around for 3 months. Now in order to gain residence you must have a Visa and live in the country for 15 YEARS, with no interruptions. 


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post #3 of 4
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hi ,

 

    Thanks for your reply and yourf precious time.So as you told me is that you want me work and gain experience first.So is that you can offer me any solution or help that how to get a job after coming out of culinary school expect to the job portal..

 

thanks,

regards,

 

bharathkumar 

post #4 of 4

If your doing a diploma then after your finished you will definitely have a lot of good experience for a job, don't cut yourself short, you have many jobs open to you now, i'm not sure where you can go but i would have a look around on the big world wide web and see what schools/colleges offer you in different countries, i can't say they offer a lot of places for culinary here in the UK but there is a few hopping around here and there and the odd college that offers basic part time short courses for learning new skills but i'm sure the US have better culinary schools than here and jobs are in short supply right now every where really but with  your experience you will have far more luck than a lot of us with a diploma. Do some research and i'm sure you will find some place.

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