Many reputable international universities and other educational institutions offer the opportunity for greater personal development via law courses. These courses discuss current issues and trends involved in such fields as intellectual property and regulatory theory.
Students who study food and beverage management will be exposed to a variety of topics. Typical courses are mixology, food service preparation, hospitality laws, cost controls and beverage service. Many programs will also include experience in the field.
The United States of America is located on the continent of North America. It is the third largest country by size in the world. It has a relatively short history compared to other world nations, has one of the world's largest economies, and has one of the world's most diverse populations.
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Everybody likes staying in hotels. They’re an escape from the everyday routine. They make sure to satisfy their customer’s every need. Doing so requires employing capable individuals who can facilitate such service, key among them, luxurious dining experiences. The Culinary Apprentice School of the Arts offers a curriculum that will prepare chefs for banquets, receptions, conferences and all other common events... [+]
We offer an all-inclusive apprenticeship (externship) program, which has been precisely designed to assist the student in expanding their food industry knowledge base and culinary skillset. while also enabling them to build high-quality professional connections that can lead to placement and better career building opportunities. The Culinary Apprentice School of the Arts curriculum has been designed to... [+]
This program will provide you with expertise in the business, retail, marketing and export aspects of the growing wine industry. In addition to a wide range of management opportunities, graduates [+]
Course - Wine Business Management
This program will provide you with expertise in the business, retail, marketing and export aspects of the growing wine industry.In addition to a wide range of management opportunities, graduates can pursue wine-related jobs in:Agri-tourism development Winery operations management Export licensee and agency sales and operations Marketing and public relations Retail operations Special events management
The NC DifferenceThe new Wine Visitor + Education Centre, unique in North America showcases Ontario and Canadian Wines and provides state-of-the-art facilities Niagara College boasts Canada’s first and only commercial teaching winery Niagara is located in the heart of Canada’s largest wine region In addition to the award-winning Niagara College Teaching Winery, the college’s Niagara-on-the-Lake campus has two on-site vineyards The College also has an award-winning Winery and Viticulture Technician diploma program, as well as tourism and hospitality, international business and management programs Wine Business Management emphasizes applied learning with industry leaders and includes student participation in a major project with industry partners ... [-]
For more than a century, Le Cordon Bleu has enabled aspiring culinary professionals to turn their ambitions into reality. Although many Le Cordon Bleu students already have some [+]
Gourmet Short Courses
For more than a century, Le Cordon Bleu has enabled aspiring culinary professionals to turn their ambitions into reality. Although many Le Cordon Bleu students already have some culinary experience, a large number come from various academic disciplines and professional backgrounds. Some are looking to start a new career, and others are looking to combine their interests or advance in their current occupation. Our students strive for successful careers in a wide variety of fields, including restaurant kitchens, catering, restaurant and hotel management, journalism, consulting, food service, food styling and education.