Students who want to finish their degree quickly may want to consider taking a summer course. These programs are designed to teach additional training and skills during the months when most students take a break. Summer courses are offered in a number of different subjects.
What is a Summer Course in Culinary Arts? This program is open for hospitality or culinary students, or entrepreneurs who want to open a restaurant. Each program will vary but students will usually get the opportunity to learn about and practice basic cooking techniques in a professional culinary environment. Topics may include the fundamentals of pastry techniques, poultry and meat, fish and seafood, vegetables, and cuisines of different cultures. Some programs may also offer field trips or special courses.
Students who take this course benefit in that they get to obtain hands-on experience in small groups. They may be able to graduate sooner than other classmates, and the skills learned will help them in their future career.
The tuition and fees related to taking a summer course will vary significantly based on the particular program. The reputation of the school and specific program requirements are factors that should be considered. Students are encouraged to get in touch with the school to find out what costs will be involved.
Students who are taking a Summer Course in Culinary Arts may already have a job in the culinary industry. This course and additional training will help these students, and those who do not currently work in the industry, find careers in the culinary arts. Job titles may include pastry chef, caterer, executive chef, and sommelier. Other career opportunities may include food writers or critics, product developers, wholesalers, and culinary instructors.
Use our online database to search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.
The Design in Gastronomy Summer Course is taught in English and it is divided into two blocks: the first one lasts 2 weeks, from July 10th to July 21st. Last block, from
Best Summer Courses in Culinary Arts 2019.
The Design in Gastronomy Summer Course is taught in English and it is divided into two blocks: the first one lasts 2 weeks, from July 10th to July 21st. Last block, from July 24th to July 28th will include a trip to the spanish region La Rioja, famous for its wine.
Aim: the course is devised so that anyone linked to the world of design and/or gastronomy can acquire the basic knowledge to understand the relationship between them and move more comfortably and professionally between the two.
From the interior design of a restaurant to the label on a bottle of wine or a tin of preserves, as well as tableware, the presentation of a recipe blog or the uniform worn by waiting staff. Anything encompassed by the vast term of gastronomy is included in the wide-ranging approach of design....
CEFAM offers a new summer program on tourism and gastronomy.
Lyon is the capital of gastronomy and the best place to discover all the secrets of French cuisine. Courses,
Summer Tourism & Gastronomy in Lyon!
CEFAM offers a new summer program on tourism and gastronomy.
Lyon is the capital of gastronomy and the best place to discover all the secrets of French cuisine. Courses, conferences, visits and cultural activities will teach you everything you ever wanted to know about French cuisine.
Field trips to Paris, Provence, Savoie and Burgundy, a renowned wine-making area, are organized to make you discover the charming regions surrounding Lyon.
Please discover below our 2-week version and our 5-week version:
Summer Gastronomy 2-week version
Come to discover Lyon, the capital of French gastronomy!
Lyon’s fine cuisine is an integral part of the local way of life. The city offers a choice between the popular charm of its famous «bouchon» bistros, the refined elegance of its two-and-three-star gourmet restaurants, and the warm lively atmosphere of its open-air market. Conferences, visits and cultural activities in Lyon will teach you everything you ever wanted to know about French Cuisine!...
Welcome to Aspira International Summer School! Collect a lot of wonderful memories through studying about hospitality management and gastronomy. Master Mediterranean cuis
Welcome to Aspira International Summer School! Collect a lot of wonderful memories through studying about hospitality management and gastronomy. Master Mediterranean cuisine through practical workshops in a top-notch culinary studio and learn about Croatian culture, language and heritage.
Experience Dalmatia and the Mediterranean region through field trips and organized visits. Make your summer 2019 unforgettable! Join us at the best summer hospitality, gastronomy and culture program in Europe!
Accommodation is NOT INCLUDED in the tuition fee. The price for accommodation during a two week Summer School course is approximately 400-500 EUR if you stay at hostels. ...
This cycle invites to discover France and French people through their food cultures and their gastronomy: all that goes around the table, in France, in fact, has nothing
Dates and schedule
Duration: one week
Week 2: From the 8th until the 12th of July 2019
From Monday to Friday from 9.30 AM until 12.30 PM, Wednesday 3rd and Thursday 4th of July from 2 PM until 5 PM
Week 3: From the 15th of the 19th July 2019
Monday to Friday from 9.30 AM to 12.30 PM, Wednesday, the 10th of July and Thursday the 11th, Thursday the 12th from 2 PM to 5 PM
A wine and cheese workshop is also scheduled every week. The date is to be determined.
The number of places is limited.
This cycle invites to discover France and French people through their food cultures and their gastronomy: all that goes around the table, in France, in fact, has nothing insignificant and leaves no one indifferent. For many, on the contrary, it is a passion; a passion consecrated by the classification in 2010, on the initiative of UNESCO, the "gastronomic meal of the French" to the intangible heritage of humanity. We can not pay better tribute to the European and global influence of gastronomy and of “arts de la table” developed in France over the centuries!...