Culinary Arts Schools in the Philippines

A growing number of Filipinos are enrolling in culinary arts schools because cooks and chefs are reportedly in demand in Australia, Macau, Maldives, and Europe.

A chef in a cruise ship can earn as much as US$4000 a month that’s why there are already 8 culinary arts schools in Metro Manila alone. The tuition fee however can range from 200,000 pesos to 700,000 because aside from the training, you also pay for the expensive ingredients used during cooking sessions. Here are some of the culinary arts schools in the Philippines.

Magsaysay Institute of Hospitality and Culinary Arts (MIHCA)
3/F Times Plaza,
United Nations Ave., Cor. Taft Ave.,
Manila
(02) 524-9996/(02) 526-1721

Global City Innovative College (GCIC)
3/F Bonifacio Technology Center,
31st st. corner 2nd Avenue Crescent Park West,
Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City
(02) 757-5588 to 91 local 814 to 815 or (02) 882-4242
text/SMS 0918-9247810

If you know of other culinary arts schools here in the Philippines, please do leave their info in the comments section. Thanks.

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1,477 comments on “Culinary Arts Schools in the Philippines
  1. D Real Visitor says:

    ok ba ang SKD academy ?

  2. Mr.Optimistic says:

    Kahit anong kurso pa ang kunin mo kung dika interesado maliit ang chance na gumaling ka sa kinuha mong kurso……costly education does not mean quality teaching……be wise….if you can afford spending much then it’s fine. But if you consider time and money as well then dun ka sa mura pero dagdagan mo ng self study. I can say na hindi lahat ng Graduate ng magaganda or should I say expensive/popular school ay naging maganda ang career right after graduation….maraming nakatapos sa di kilalang school pero successful pagdating sa work….wag magmadali you can make your future better by proper planning and execution. God Bless All.

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