The B.H.M.S. (Business & Hotel Management School) Switzerland in collaboration with Indonesia International Institute for Life Sciences (i3L) offers a pathway program in Bachelor of Culinary Art in Jakarta. The students can study their first 2 years in Jakarta and the final year in Lucerne, Switzerland. The students can graduate with Bachelor Degrees from B.H.M.S. Switzerland and Robert Gordon University Aberdeen Scotland. The students will be provided with a paid-internship internship in Switzerland.
Bachelor of Arts in Culinary Arts program is specifically designed for young adults wishing to develop a career in the field of gastronomy. The program offers students extended practical and professional competency training in this field, so that they are able to take up rewarding graduate positions. It also benefits people looking to obtain the necessary specialized knowledge when contemplating opening their own culinary or catering business. Students with the appropriate qualifications can enter the program in the third year.
For those who do not meet the English requirement, we offer a 10-weeks University English Foundation program which is an intensive course designed for hospitality and culinary arts students – undergraduate or postgraduate levels.
This first-year program introduces potential students to the wonderful world of culinary and food production. It teaches basic food production techniques and allows students understand what the demands the industry requires from future culinarians. This basic course prepares students for their first internship in a commercial kitchen and will allow them to develop the confidence, team-work capability, knowledge and skills in order to survive the hustle and bustle of a large, fully-functional kitchen. After the successful completion of the 6-months diploma studies, students qualify for a 4-6 months paid internship in one of the many renowned Swiss dining establishments.
The second year of the BA in Culinary Arts consists of one intensive study period of 6 months at the B.H.M.S. campus in Lucerne, Switzerland and one practical paid industry training period of 4- 6 months in the Swiss or international hospitality industry. This program builds onto the student’s fundamental understanding of international culinary principles gained at Diploma level. Students will explore European and ethnic cuisines by preparing a wide range of recipes including typical appetizers, fish, vegetarian, main course dishes and pastry and desserts. Students will also learn communication and management skills, leadership and team work as well as guest relations. After successfully completing 6-months of advanced diploma studies, students qualify for 4-6 months paid internship in one of many renowned Swiss dining establishments.
The third year of the 3-year Bachelor of Arts program, the BA Culinary Arts, is based on an intensive study period of over 20 weeks at the B.H.M.S. campus in Lucerne, Switzerland and a 3-6 months of workplace experience in a Swiss or international venue. The third and final year, leading to the BA in Culinary Arts, builds on students’ existing culinary competencies and experience and deepen and hone practical, leadership and business skills. Highlights of this third-year program include inter-disciplinary management food service operations including: customer service, resource planning and management, new product development, molecular cuisine, technology applications and managing teams in the kitchen labs. Additionally the program provides a solid foundation in a variety of skill areas, before students progress to their final industry placement and graduate positions.