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Where To Learn Culinary Skills In Italy

Italy, the name itself, stirs a whirlwind of emotions. Not many people know this, but its cuisine is one of the prime reasons that put the country on the top destinations. For many travelers across the world, Italy serves as an abode to learn and master culinary skills. What makes Italian cuisine different from the rest is that it is blessed with specific techniques and secrets from professionals.

Thus, if you want to master Italian culinary skills, a few academies can help you towards professional excellence:

  1. Florence Culinary School
    Florence is often touted as one of the most beautiful cities in Italy. Drenched in history, the location is also known for the culinary expertise it houses. The Florence Culinary school is for all interested in achieving barista or restaurant internships. Apart from the cuisine, individuals are also given language lessons to help in their journey. The overall duration of classes ranges from six, twelve, and eighteen, and students can choose according to their preference.
  2. Cordon Bleu
    Cordon Bleu is another institute based in Florence. The famous academy has qualified teachers who teach culinary skills to students in the kitchen atmosphere. From short-term courses to master’s degrees, candidates have a chance to expand their horizons in both culinary arts and haute cuisine.
  3. Italian Culinary Institute For Foreigners
    The Italian Culinary Institute for Foreigners is one of the finest academies in the country. The institute has been a torchbearer in promoting Italian cuisine since 1991 and has trained many professionals to date. What makes a difference here is that it combines master’s courses, internships, and many short courses, which candidates can pick accordingly. With an amalgamation of modern classrooms and the latest technology, the whole learning experience in the academy is immensely fulfilling for individuals.
  4. Apicius International School of Hospitality
    This is yet another institute in the historic city of Florence. Apicius International School offers a unique learning experience which makes it one of its kind. The institute provides a wide diaspora for students to indulge in from learning baking, pastry, culinary arts, and wine studies. For all the interested candidates, there are several courses to choose from, including hospitality management, culinary arts, and a program in Italian cuisine which makes it even more happening.
  5. Academia Leonardo
    The Italian cooking course from Academia Leonardo is another prime institute to learn culinary skills. It is famous for its project Cucina Di Classes. The project has Italian lessons, which are followed by a cooking class. With a chance to learn from award-winning chefs, candidates also learn international expertise, which helps in their career path.
  6. Universita dei Sapori
    The University is located in Perugia and is best for perfecting your cooking technique. The institute offers various short-term courses that help you learn various skills, from pizza to chocolate making. Along with learning the course, students can earn a scholarship and intern with restaurants and food companies, which seal the deal.
  7. Coquis
    Coquis might be a recent entrant in the culinary world, but that doesn’t dim its popularity. The institute offers a modern approach to cooking and a bachelor’s degree where students are taught specific skills that are a prerequisite in the food industry. Apart from this, the academy has a 27-week career program in which candidates can also take part.
  8. Vesuvio International School of Hospitality
    The Vesuvio International School of Hospitality offers both short and long-term courses by experienced professionals. Candidates choose to either take part in an intensive one-year course or a university-level bachelor’s program as per their choice. This institute here is a perfect choice for all those interested in carve a niche in the hospitality industry.
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Alexandra Dimitropoulou

Alexandra Dimitropoulou

VP and News Editor
Alexandra Dimitropoulou is a VP and News Editor at CEOWORLD magazine, working to build and strengthen the brand’s popular, consumer-friendly content. In addition to running the company’s website, CEOWORLD magazine, which aims to help CEOs, CFOs, CIOs, and other C-level executives get smarter about how they earn, save and spend their money, she also sits on the Board of Directors of the Global Business Policy Institute. She can be reached on email alexandra-dimitropoulou@ceoworld.biz. You can follow her on Twitter at @ceoworld.