Culinary Arts and Kitchen
Bachelor of Business Administration in Culinary Arts and Kitchen Management
Working Integrated Learning (WIL) and Supervised field training
Building hands-on experience through Working Integrated Learning in real settings such as Mahogany Restaurant, D Cafe, and the college’s cafeteria, under the supervision of lecturers. The college also provides a practical 1,500 hour supervised field training which needs fundamental culinary training 1,000 hours, together with major-based training 500 hours or a senior project.
Business Knowledge Oriented
Apart from the specialized knowledge of culinary arts, the students will be provided with business knowledge, including business administration, business design, and business planning, to prepare them for becoming the directors in leading companies or CEOs of their own businesses.
Focus on learning inside and outside the class, including learning via the college’s e-learning resources, focusing on building modern skills and knowledge in order to prapare students for future digitalized world of business.
High Employability Rates
Graduated with a job
within one year after graduation
within six months after graduation
in the field of their majors
Remark: Based on the employment data of students who graduated in 2019