Master classic and contemporary cuisine skills and add your own signature style.
In the Superior Cuisine program you will learn about the current evolution of French cuisine. Full menus, demonstrated by the chefs, are inspired by trends from today's top kitchens. Some recipes are original; others are contemporary interpretations of the classics you already know. The ingredients are richer and more refined: you will be working with foie gras, truffles and lobster. Now well-versed in French culinary skills, you are encouraged in Superior Cuisine to be more creative in both taste and presentation.
Superior Cuisine is the third and final step in completing your Diplôme de Cuisine.
4 intakes each year: January, April, July, October
Duration: 3 months
- Local students: CAD $11,120.00
- International students: CAD $11,550.00
(Fees include: tuition, uniform and equipment, all learning materials and student activities fees)
Hours per week: Approx. 18 hours
Teaching Method: Chef Demonstration, Practical, Theory Class
Entry requirements: High school diploma or equivalent. No prior culinary experience is required.