Advanced Certificate Programs in Food and Beverage Studies

An advanced certificate is usually obtained as part of a program aimed at non-traditional liberal arts students or professionals who have a masters degree and are hoping to enhance their career development. The length of certificate programs varies, but most are completed in one to two years. What is an advanced certificate in food and beverage studies? Also known as programs of hospitality manage… Read more

An advanced certificate is usually obtained as part of a program aimed at non-traditional liberal arts students or professionals who have a masters degree and are hoping to enhance their career development. The length of certificate programs varies, but most are completed in one to two years.

What is an advanced certificate in food and beverage studies? Also known as programs of hospitality management, these offerings are geared toward professionals and aspiring professionals in the restaurant industry who want to increase their knowledge of cuisine and the role of beer, wine, and spirits in the restaurant experience. Courses may cover the pairing of food and wine, beverage management, professional baking, and cuisines of the world.

Advanced certificates in food and beverage studies typically bequeath a variety of practical skills that are useful beyond a career in the culinary industry. Students may learn to budget, to apply analysis in problem-solving, and to demonstrate advanced planning skills.

Hospitality management tends to be a popular program offered at a variety of international schools; costs vary among institutions. It is recommended that students contact each school directly to inquire about tuition and registration costs.

Many exciting career opportunities may be open to those with advanced certificates in food and beverage studies, often on a global scale. Job titles can range from wine server, catering manager, beverage services manager, and cookbook author to research chef. Students usually leave these programs with an understanding of the current trends in the food and beverage industry and the ability to apply that knowledge in a diverse and fast-moving workplace.

Courses for an advanced certificate in food and beverage studies are offered internationally, on both a full-time or part-time basis. To find the best school for you, search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

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The Private Hotel School
Stellenbosch, South Africa

Upon successful completion of the Higher Certificate in Hospitality Management, students can enrol for the Advanced Certificate in Hospitality Management: Culinary Specializat ... +

Upon successful completion of the Higher Certificate in Hospitality Management, students can enrol for the Advanced Certificate in Hospitality Management: Culinary Specialization. -
Advanced Certificate
Full-time
2 years
English
Campus