Where Can I Study Culinary Arts In South Africa

What is Culinary Arts?

Culinary arts is a broad term that refers to the preparation, cooking, plating, presentation, and service of food. It applies to meals and their components – like appetizers, side dishes, and main courses – rather than desserts or breads.

Where Can I Study Culinary Arts In South Africa

International Hotel School – Johannesburg.

Capsicum Culinary Studio – Rosebank Campus

JHB Culinary & Pastry School.

Guvon Hotels and Spas.

HTA School of Culinary Art.

Steyns Culinary School.

Prue Leith Culinary Institute & Restaurant.

Capital Hotel School.

How much does it cost to study culinary in South Africa?

Course fees & payment options

Award in Food Safety**
Highfield Certificate in Food Production and Cooking
19 000.005000.0014 000.002333.33na
Highfield Diploma Culinary Arts
75 000.0015 000.0060 000.0010 000.00na
Highfield Diploma Diploma Pastry Arts
75 000.0015 000.0060 000.0010 000.00na
THE GRANDE DIPLOMA Highfield Diploma in Culinary And Pastry Arts
129 000.0020 000.00109 000.0018 166.009083.33

How long is a chef course in South Africa?

Chef Courses to Study if You Have a Matric or Grade 12

We offer two full-time course options, both running over three years. The first is the Professional Chef Qualification and the second is the Professional Chef Qualification with Specialisation in Pastry.

What subjects do you need to become a chef in South Africa?

The following High School subjects are recommended;

  • Hospitality Studies.
  • Physical Science.
  • Mathematics.
  • Consumer Studies.

How much do qualified chefs make in South Africa?

The majority of Chefs earn a salary between R4 094 and R16 978 per month in 2024. A monthly wage for entry-level Chefs ranges from R4 094 to R8 082.

After gaining 5 years of work experience, their income will be between R5 984 and R11 015 per month.