What to study to become a Chef

What to study to become a Chef
For you to become a Chef, the following High School subjects are recommended:
• Hospitality Studies
• Physical Science
• Mathematics
• Consumer Studies
After Matric you can study at a recognised Institution.
The following Institutions do offer courses that can make you a Chef:
The Swiss Hotel School
The Four Year Professional Chef Programme
The Culinary Academy
Advanced Food and Wine Chefs Diploma
Institute of Culinary Arts
ICA Higher Diploma: Culinary Arts, Professional Cheffing and Pâtisserie
The International Hotel School
Diploma: Professional Cookery and Kitchen Management
Prue Leith Chefs Academy
Diploma: Culinary Studies; Grande Diploma: Culinary Studies and Wine
SA Chefs Academy
Various Courses
Olive Chef School
Certificate: General Cooking; International Diploma: Classical Culinary Arts; International Advanced Diploma: Classical Culinary Arts
Chefs Training and Innovation Academy
Certificate: Culinary Arts; Diploma: Culinary Arts
Northlink College
Diploma: Hospitality and Catering (specialising in Food Preparation and Culinary Arts)
False Bay College
Professional Cookery Courses
INTEC College
Professional Cookery Courses
ICESA Education
Diploma: Professional Cookery
Cape Peninsula University of Technology
Hospitality Management: Professional Cookery; Food Technology
University of Johannesburg
Food Technology; Hospitality Management
Tshwane University of Technology
Food Technology

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