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mura pa rin sa iscahm di na kasi nilalagay sa website kung magkano dati nilalagay nila. fundamentals lang pwede ka na practice na lang sa pagluluto.
Hey guys, I need some insights on where to take culinary studies. I'm leaning towards studying abroad...kung dito kasi it is difficult to find a job afterwards. And since uso yung culinary arts ngayon dito sa atin, feeling ko nakocompromise yung integrity/meaning ng profession. (echoosss..) So now, saan ba magandang nag-aral....australia,new zealand or southeast asia (singapore, thailand) in terms of cost, exposure and siyempre job opportunity after completion of course? I backtracked on the thread and there has been a mention of TAFE in Australia, Le Cordon Bleu Thailand and AT-sunrice in Singapore....can someone give more detail please.
kewl_head: I suggest you contact the said schools so you can be given direct information of their curriculum. The old chefs here are MIA. HEHE Goodluck!
Yung OJT eh medyo malabo siguro. The best they'll do siguro is give recommendations pag sobra galing mo.
i already graduated with a bachelor's degree. i have already worked as an event's coordinator. still i would like to pursue my dream of becoming a chef.
i love eating good food, and if i will become a chef, i would like like people to enjoy food they eat like how i am enjoying food i eat. it doesn't really matter for me what kind of cuisine i am eating, what matters is the satisfaction it gives me.
moreover, every weekends, i prepare dishes for my parents, and i feel so happy everytime they enjoy the food i prepared for them.
pray for me, i will be enrolling for CA this coming school year.
Sino sa inyo galing sa Global Culinary? So far kase yun ang cheapest diploma program na nakita ko eh. I'm thinking of getting into a diploma program after ng certificate program ko sa ISCAHM. I can't afford yung diploma program ng ISCAHM eh.
Is there a way to find out which schools are TESDA-accredited?
CCA. all i can say is " expensive "
Tip lang in selecting a school. You should base it on what you want to learn because not all schools offer the same program. Some schools offer both cuisine and pastry in one program, and with others, they are separated. Type of cuisine is also a factor. LCB is more on classical french. At-sunrice, offers a program that combines asian and western cuisines. ISCAHM, from what i heard is more on european. Depende na lang yan sa gusto mo.
Browse ka lang sa website ng schools, pero if you want detailed information, tama yung sinabi ni Sam, contact the school.
Besides school info, alamin mo rin yung lugar, kultura, language, cost of living, visa requirements & etc.
Last edited by wintersun; Feb 17, 2009 at 05:40 AM.