Program Details

Tuition has both practical and academic elements preparing our graduates to cope with the demands and challenges of the professional kitchen. We teach state of the art technical skills and transferable advanced business and management skills to enable you
Location:
Luzern, Switzerland
Program Type:
Study Abroad
Degree Level:
Undergraduate
Term:
Academic Year, Fall Semester, Rolling Starts, Spring Semester, Summer, Winter Semester

Program Overview

Program Description:
ICI has programmes from Diploma to BA Degree (with Honours) in International Culinary Arts. Our courses offer students expert practical training alongside the management skills they need to excel in this field. Paid internships are organised by our Careers team in some of the top kitchens either in Switzerland or abroad.

Tuition has both practical and academic elements preparing our graduates to cope with the demands and challenges of the professional kitchen. We teach state of the art technical skills and transferable advanced business and management skills to enable you to work at the highest professional levels.

The combination of quality academic teaching, Swiss practical training and breathtaking scenery are a recipe for success. Added to this our excellent industry contacts provide CV enhancing internships as well as numerous recruitment opportunities on completion of your studies. Our graduates can be found in Senior Management positions all around the Globe. Their success shows that to reach the top it pays to start at the top.
Setting Description:
Only 12 minutes away from campus is the stunning, historic city of Luzern, with its cultural events and vibrant cafe culture. Every day you will enjoy fresh, delicious food delivered to your table from the local, specially selected, farms and lakes. Situated in the heart of Europe, you can take the train to Paris, Rome or Berlin. You may work hard but the weekends are your reward.

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