A long term vocational culinary education, designed to reinforce continuous learning as well as to provide an advanced skills set, comprises 3 terms of 4 months each, totaling 12 months. Candidates between 18-40 years of age can apply.
The program follows the educational content and system of City & Guilds, the leading international vocational education accreditation agency.
The first term takes place in MSA's professional kitchens. The second term includes advanced level classes designed to improve skill and expertise levels. Students complete the last 4 months as part of their mandatory culinary internship in a professional establishment determined by MSA. The program offers th Advanced City & Guilds diploma, a certificate of the mandatory hygiene education, HACCP certificate and a graduation certificate approved by the Ministry of Education.
Upon the successful completion of their professional culinary programs, MSA students are eligible for the City & Guilds diploma, the leading international vocational education accreditation agency.