Cooking is an art that allows you to prepare, create and innovate dishes of different countries and cultures around the world, and achieves the satisfaction of the guests through the different sensations as a result of texture, taste, odor, colors and temperatures presented by the chef.
Moreover, future growth of tourism, hospitality and gastronomy will generate greater business opportunities related to the gastronomic field and hence greater employment opportunities and career development of the restoration.
As a student of D'Gallia cooking career, you can develop skills and abilities that allow you to reach the standards required by the labor market. Culinary training will receive a full international level and achieve solid business vision, and also boasts the most extensive and modern infrastructure: “The campus cuisine of Peru".
The graduate D'Gallia has the advantage of applying for a triple certification to conclude the career:
Lenght: 2 years (4 semesters)
Frequency: Monday to Friday (Workshops on Saturday)
Day: 7:45 am - 11.00 pm
Afternoon: 11:15 am - 2:30 pm
Evening: 6:15 pm - 9:30 pm
Registration: S/. 590 (semiannual)
Monthly fee: S/. 990
English texts: S/. 93 (single payment for I and II semester)
Accident Insurance anual: S/. 80
When you register choose your favorite combo.
Pack 1: S/. 195
Includes 1 jacket, 1 apron, 1 pair, 1 long sleeve t-shirt, a short sleeve t-shirt / l, 2 Dryers, 1 headkerchief.
Pack 2: S/. 295
Includes Pack 1 + 1 jacket, 1 apron and 1 pair.
* Prices subject to change.
Thanks to the agreement signed by the Institute of Haute Cuisine D'Gallia and prestigious schools outside our graduate students may continue graduate studies and obtain a second certification.
May choose between the Ambrosia Culinary Center (Mexico), Union of Chefs (Buenos Aires, Argentina) and Integral Center of cuisine Celia (Cordoba, Argentina).
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D’Gallia keeps agreements and strategic alliances with prestigious institutes and gastronomic schools from Argentina, Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Venezuela, Holland, amongst others.
Such agreements make possible cultural academic exchanges between students and teachers from different institutes that allow them to meet new realities and life-enriching experiences in totally different atmospheres.
Beginning February, 2015