Best Culinary Arts School in the Philippines

  posted by: Gretchen

 

 

Best Culinary Art School in the PhilippinesEveryone can cook but not everyone can be a good cook or chef.  This is a gift from above. It’s considered a talent, a passion. Once you have this, you have to make use of it. Let other people know that you have it. Satisfy their tummies and make them crave for more and more.

Hospitality business offers employment opportunities for chefs and cooks abroad. That’s why many people shift careers to culinary arts with hopes that they will also have the chance to work abroad. Now, there is a growing population of culinary arts schools. But of course before you enroll and invest your money, you have to check the background of the school.  It should have a good reputation here and abroad. It should be recognized internationally.

Invest your money, time and effort in schools that can make you a well-known chef. Search for the best culinary art school in the Philippines. One thing that you can do to get an idea about the quality of the schools is to read the reviews posted over the net.  You’ll see top- ranking schools and the courses that they offer.

Top 10 Culinary Schools / Top Pastry Schools (in random order)

  1. Magsaysay Center For Hospitality & Culinary Arts in United Nations Ave., Manila
  2. Center for Culinary Arts, Manila in Quezon City
  3. International Culinary Arts Academy Cebu in Cebu City
  4. Iontercity College of Science and Technology in Davao City
  5. American Hospitality Academy Philippines in Salcedo Village, Makati City
  6. Academy for International Culinary Arts (AICA) in Pasig
  7. Enderun Colleges in Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City
  8. International School For Culinary Arts & Hotel Management (ISCAHM) in Quezon City, Metro Manila
  9. Center for Asian Culinary Studies in  San Juan, Manila
  10. Heny Sison Culinary School in Cubao, Quezon City

Studying culinary arts is way expensive.  For those who have tight budget but want to learn the art of cooking, you can also look for schools that offer free culinary courses or the cheapest culinary school. Build your dreams with your passion to cook.

 

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17 Responses

Bourne Piccio Says:October 9th, 2012 at 1:20 am

De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde (DLS-CSB) School of Hotel Restaurant and Institution Management (SHRIM) Certificate in Culinary Arts (CiCA)is now accepting applicants/students for October 2012 Batch. You may call 521.5848 for more details.

Let your talents lead you to where you can shine.

Reinhardt Says:May 24th, 2012 at 5:21 am

I’ve heard a lot of good feedbacks and recommendations for ICAAC in Cebu. Friends of friends or relatives of friends all have good things to say about this school. limited number of students and really excellent facilities and they are in a newly constructed building designed to be a culinary school. The chefs are also good and they know you daw from the first day of classes until you graduate. They are also very strict and instill discipline and their Diplomas are from United Kingdom. Tuition fee also very competetive if not the lowest among the schools in Cebu for international diploma.

Reinhardt Says:May 24th, 2012 at 1:57 am

visited ICAAC and they have better facilities than any school in Cebu including ISCAHM. ISCAHM is just newer but still ICAAC has more impressive facilities. My cousin is a graduate here and is now working for cruise ship and her classmates are in the US. Hopefully, I’ll be studying here soon.

Francis Says:May 24th, 2012 at 1:53 am

International Culinary Arts Academy Cebu is quite good! Always good and positive feedbacks from everyone and they are now in their own building designed to be a culinary arts school. Tuition fees are very competitive if not lower than most schools such as PSCA, AICA or ISCAHM Cebu. Their two year programme also already includes the Pastry Module unlike other schools where you have to pay differently to study culinary arts or pastry & baking. When you graduate you get a British Diploma from UK which is recognized around the world especially in Europe. Have a friend who graduate in ICAAC and now working for one of the top resorts in the world in the USA.

sweet Says:April 12th, 2012 at 12:51 am

try scouting d places 4 u to know and see the facilities. if u dont like the way they teach, u can always suggests. ISCAHM teaches only international recipes 4 u to improve, and learn other dishes too, theyre strict 4 ur own good coz its ur money , they are paid to share their knowledge. people in iscahm are warm and accomodating, they have now a branch in CEBU, i visit they area, awesome place and facilities

june Says:April 2nd, 2012 at 10:28 pm

interested in TAFE culinary arts call (046)4177322/(02)7364119

june Says:April 2nd, 2012 at 10:24 pm

try TAFE culinary arts in st. dominic college of asia bacoor cavite offering grand diploma in culinary operations this is a 100% Australian program in reasonable price

Hannah Says:February 17th, 2012 at 5:56 pm

best school is CCA. i have friends who study there and they have now their own food business. I will enroll this year for 2 yr diploma in culinary. The facilities are good and the curriculum. I heard that theu will offer a BS Culinary Management too.

juliuus Says:February 14th, 2012 at 10:50 pm

hey try lyceum of the Philippines-culinary institute it is partnered with dusit thani and i will assure the chef.instructors are really the best.

Bob Says:October 27th, 2011 at 4:14 pm

In Cebu I noticed the Philippine School of Culinary Arts http://pscaculinary.com/

Has anybody got any info on how this school ranks?

Besides the International Culinary Arts Academy Cebu http://www.icaac.net/

What other Culinary Arts Schools are there in Cebu City? I see that University of Cebu & University of San Carlos have Culinary Arts programs, but I can not seem to find any real information about them on the web. Anybody got any input on these programs, or others in Cebu City?

I appreciate any feedback. Thanks

Jeremy Says:October 26th, 2011 at 1:09 am

Try out MIHCA too! http://www.mihca.com.ph

Isah Says:June 15th, 2011 at 3:49 am

CCA, Manila has been sending waves and waves of students in different parts of the world, and most of them have already been employed as Chefs as soon as they finish their apprenticeship.

They take culinary education to the next level and in a holistic way.

http://www.cca-manila.com

allan cortesa Says:April 24th, 2011 at 5:28 pm

and one more first class Culinary Arts School.

first Batch is on OJT now. for example: Sofitel Manila, Shangri La Boracay, Marco Polo Cebu. The 3 Best Students going in November directly on a cruise vessel from Royal Carribean.

http://www.daca-international.com/wordpress/

If You look for a Carrier Future, that school make it possible!

DeeO Says:March 31st, 2011 at 10:59 pm

Checkout the promo in Pakyaw (group buying website) today. They are offering a food carvig lesson for P750:

Hone your fruit carving skills under the guidance of The Magsaysay Center for Hospitality and Culinary Arts! Add that special touch to every dish you serve to your family and friends. Fruit & Vegetable Carving for Beginners course is on on April 16 and 30 2011. You can also buy this voucher as a gift!

Samantha Eslera Says:March 20th, 2011 at 5:14 am

There’s also a new culinary school in Pampanga called NorthPoint Academy for Culinary Arts.

You can check out their FB page at https://www.facebook.com/pages/NorthPoint-Academy/208149742532723?ref=ts

NorthPoint Website: http://www.northpointculinary.com.ph

ranier ian aguiling Says:January 7th, 2011 at 7:48 pm

right on!!!!!

Rob Says:July 26th, 2010 at 6:42 pm

If anyone is interested in applying to the Academy for International Culinary Arts, you’re in for a treat! Really good education and restaurant training (OJT). Check them out at http://www.aicaculinary.com

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