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List of Culinary Arts Cooking Schools in the Philippines

Culinary schools in the Philippines, a country located in Southeast Asia,  are mostly located in Manila, the nation's capital. Students receive exposure and training in the fundamentals of culinary arts, as well as the operation and management of various businesses in the hospitality industry through targeted training. Most of these schools have consortia with neighboring countries, colleges and universities to give students more options when taking their preferred electives. There is also a culinary schools that have links and partnerships with international culinary schools, where students can continue their education abroad.

Center for Culinary Arts, Manila

Center for Culinary Arts, Manila, known locally as CCA, is a pioneering professional culinary arts institution, and is known as the only school in the Asia and Pacific region to get accredited programs, American Culinary Federation (ACF), the premier professional organization in America chef. The school offers a two-year program in culinary arts and technology management, along with a one-year training in the culinary arts. It also offers a two-year program in baking-pastry art and leadership for prospective pastry chefs, along with a one-year program in baking and pastry arts.

For those who intend to study outside of one-or two-year courses and earn degrees, the CCA offers International Degree Succession program through partner schools throughout the world: Northern Alberta Institute of Technology (Canada), Johnson and Wales University (United States), Les Roches School of Hotel Management (Switzerland and Spain), Thames Valley University (UK) and Blue Mountains Hotel School (Australia).

Center for Culinary Arts, Manila
287 Katipunan Ave. Loyola Heights
Quezon City, Metro Manila 1108
The Philippines
+ 63-2-994-2530
CCA-manila.com

International School for Culinary Arts and Hotel Management

International School for Culinary Arts and Hotel Management (ISCAHM) is a world class training centre for culinary professionals. Owned, designed and managed by top international hotel professionals, the school provides students with comprehensive theoretical knowledge and practical hands-on experience needed to prepare them for an exciting career in the culinary and hospitality industries.

ISCAHM courses all one-year intensive diploma courses. Pastry and bakery arts and kitchen management program focuses on the study of international pastry and bakery trends. The culinary arts and kitchen management program uses the traditional European dual training approach in order to train the student in the international kitchen and kitchen operation. The food and drink and cost control program includes the teaching of the basic concepts in today's international food and beverage trends and the business aspect of the food industry. The food and beverage management and entrepreneurship course focuses on management studies within the hospitality industry.

International School for Culinary Arts and Hotel Management
4F FBR Bldg, Katipunan Ave.
Quezon City, Metro Manila 1108
The Philippines
+ 63-2-926-8888
iscahm.com

Philippine School of Culinary Arts

Shile most Filipino culinary schools are located in the northern part of the Philippines, especially in Manila, the Philippine School of Culinary Arts (PSCA) was created in February 2003 in response to the growing demand for culinary professionals in other parts of the country. Offers culinary programs for students from Central and southern Philippines, PSCA employs world-class faculty members and professionals, working in five-star hotels and restaurants to host lectures, demonstrations and seminars on specific topics. The school regularly invites guest chefs from the United States and Canada as well. PSCA duly accredited by the technical education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA).

PSCA offers two professional programs. The culinary arts program is a modular course, where the students can graduate from a five-month study on the basic principles of culinary arts to a two-year diploma in culinary art and pastry studies. Baking and Pastry Arts program is a nine-month certificate course, which includes 450 hours of classroom and kitchen work, and a further 300 hours of internship. The school also offers customized training programs and short courses for culinary hobbyists or those who seek to improve their culinary skills.

Philippine School of Culinary Arts
2008 3rd Floor The Maxwell Hotel Annex Bldg. n. Escario St.
Camputhaw, Cebu City 6000
The Philippines
+ 63-32-416-3265
pscaculinary.com
 

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