You can usually take higher education courses if you’re 18 or older. They’re regularly taught in universities, colleges and professional institutions such as art schools or agricultural colleges - nearly all of which have their own websites. You can get a wide range of skills, for example, diplomas, bachelor degrees, foundation degrees and post-graduate degrees.
Food and beverage management courses prepare students for a career in hospitality. Some examples of classes are food production management, menu planning, food service market research, financial management, cost control, organizational management and hospitality law.
The nations of South America offer a powerful experience rich with distinguished architecture, style of cooking, pottery, and dancing. With a past steeped in folklore, studying in South America will allow you to indulge in a culture that have prevailed for ages.
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In recent years, developments in the gourmet food and restaurant industry as well as an increase in demand for high-quality service have triggered a need for trained professional chefs internationally [+]
Professional Chef Program - Culinary Arts in ArgentinaIn recent years, developments in the gourmet food and restaurant industry as well as an increase in demand for high-quality service have triggered a need for trained professional chefs internationally. With this in mind, Mente Argentina has designed a program adapted to the ever-evolving needs of international gastronomy.
This is an intensive program, created specifically for students who are passionate about gastronomy and expanding their culinary skill set.
Aspiring chefs in the Mente Argentina Professional Chef Degree Program will take intensive classes for five months which cover the same content as a 2-year Culinary Arts degree program. Students will learn to plan and organize various types of kitchen operations, such as: restaurant, hotel, and catering company.... [-]