I plan to do Masters in Culinary or hospitality in UK or Canada. Can I work part-time while studying, and how much will be the overall Tuition fees and other expenses?

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Faisal Mohdd

Faisal Mohdd

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In Canada, culinary programmes fill the shortage of qualified food professionals. To help you become a baker or chef, several colleges across the world, particularly in Canada, offer culinary studies as a course.
 
Colleges in Canada For Culinary Arts Courses
 
College of the Fraser Valley

  • The course lasts 39 weeks, and the student will learn all cooking areas, including how to chop vegetables, use knives safely, manage a kitchen, and many other skills.
  • Tuition Fee: The tuition is roughly 6000 CAD, plus additional costs for books, clothing, and housing. 

Holland College, The Canadian Culinary Institute

  • The two-year culinary arts diploma programme emphasizes practical training above the delivery of theoretical knowledge. Standard classroom features include an eating area, a kitchen, and a lounge.
  • School Fee: In addition to costs, an overseas applicant must spend about 35,000 CAD on tuition for two years. 

The Ontario School of Culinary Arts

  • The sous chef curriculum lasts roughly 37 weeks, whereas the professional chef programme lasts 54 weeks.
  • School Fee: The cost of tuition for the sous chef diploma programme is only CAD 8000, compared to approximately CAD 14000 for the professional chef diploma programme plus an extra CAD 400 for books. 

 
Top Universities in Canada Offering Hospitality and Hotel Management Courses

Centennial College

  • By completing the Centennial Access to Student Service form, which is available online, students can also apply for financial help.
  • Cost: INR 18.7 lakh
  • Duration: 2 years 

Sault College

  • International students can get financial aid from the college to help them pay for their studies in Canada through programmes like Student Exceptional Expense Bursaries.
  • Cost: INR 9.7 lakh
  • Duration: 1 year 

Seneca College

  • Cost: INR 8.7 lakh
  • Duration: 1 year
     

Top Universities in UK Offering Hospitality and Hotel Management Courses

College of Greenwich

  • This course covers a wide range of topics in-depth, including professional growth, strategic hotel management, operations management, and entrepreneurship. The Complete University Guide places the University second in London for graduation prospects. 

Eastern University of London

  • The cost of the 9–12 month Grand Diploma programme, including culinary management, is approximately GBP 37,000–45,000, while the price of the Gourmet and Short Cookery programmes can vary from GBP 75–850. 

The hospitality and hotel management sectors pay well. To get a decent job and have a successful career, you must establish your priorities early in your academic career. You can also work part-time while pursuing your degree. You can work part-time either in your respective field or anywhere. 


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Abhiyudaya Chauhan

Abhiyudaya Chauhan

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Pursuing a Master's in Culinary or Hospitality in the UK or Canada offers exciting opportunities for academic growth and professional development. Here's what you need to consider:

Working Part-Time:

International students in both the UK and Canada are typically allowed to work part-time during term-time and full-time during breaks. However, be sure to check the specific visa regulations and restrictions set by the respective immigration authorities to ensure compliance with work restrictions.

Tuition Fees and Expenses:

Tuition fees for Master's programs in Culinary or Hospitality vary depending on factors such as the institution, program duration, and location. On average, tuition fees range from £10,000 to £30,000 per year in the UK and CAD 15,000 to CAD 40,000 per year in Canada for international students. Additionally, budget for other expenses such as accommodation, living expenses, health insurance, and miscellaneous costs.

By carefully planning and budgeting for tuition fees and expenses, as well as exploring part-time work opportunities, you can make studying abroad for your Master's program in Culinary or Hospitality a rewarding and financially manageable experience.

 


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