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2017 年度ねんど入学にゅうがく外国人がいこくじん留学生りゅうがくせい募集ぼしゅう締め切りしめきりました。

About kyoto Culinary Art Colleage

Kyoto Culinary Art College has 9 courses that will allow you to realize your aspirations of work in the food service industry. The two-year courses (the Advanced Japanese Cuisine Course, Advanced French Cuisine Course, Advanced Italian Cuisine Course and Food Coordinator Course) train students to become future owner chefs, grand chefs and food coordinators. The one-year courses (the Japanese Cuisine Course, Western Cuisine Course, CafŽ Cuisine Course, and General Cuisine Course) are courses that train students to be work-ready culinarians. The College provides specialist training programs in a variety of cooking fields with the world best facilities and equipment.
Kyoto Culinary Art College
A Course of Study Term
Japanese Cuisine Course 1years
Western Cuisine Course
CafŽ Cuisine Course
General Cuisine Course
the Advanced Japanese Cuisine Course 2years
Advanced French Cuisine Course
Advanced Italian Cuisine Course
Food Coordinator Course

Campus Life & Kyoto Life

Campus Life

At Taiwa Gakuen, all faculty members provide one-to-one support to their students. This is made possible by the small class sizes. Your professors & instructors will give you personalized support about any concerns or questions you have during your studies, allowing you to enjoy your students-life both on campus and in Kyoto.

Kyoto Life

Kyoto is the international center of culture and tourism, visited by people from all over Japan and around the world. Through the course of its long history, Kyoto has developed a unique spirit and atmosphere to welcome visitors warmly and kindly it is the origin Japanese “Omotenashi” hospitality. By experiencing Kyoto's traditional culture and history at the same time as engaging in specialized studies, you will develop an understanding of Japan's traditional way of living and thinking. Come and join us in Kyoto, to learn about the meaning of hospitality, as well as to explore “Omotenashi” Japanese culture and history.

Student Interview

I decided to quit my job in my home country in order to study tourism and Japanese, both of which I love, in Japan. I started my Japanese studies after I came to Kyoto and came to like Japanese more and more, so that eventually I passed Level 1 of the Japanese Proficiency Test at a Japanese language school! Later, I entered Carriere in order to acquire the specialist skills needed to work in tourism, and I passed the National Examination for Certified Domestic Travel Service Supervisor during my studies.
There is no guarantee that you will succeed just because you decided to study abroad. Success requires your own hard work and a supportive environment. The reasons I chose Carriere were the fact that I liked the atmosphere during a visit to the College before studying there, the fact that you are able to acquire useful workplace skills in a thorough way while coming in contact with the workplace systems of the travel industry, and lastly because it leads to job opportunities after completion. I decided to study at Carriere because I believed my aspirations could be realized there. I am now making full use of the skills I picked up at Carriere as I look for a job. My dream for the future is to live in Japan and be involved in the travel work that I love. I want to communicate the joy of travel to lots of different people after broadening my own horizons through a variety of experiences and new environments as I look towards a bigger world. I have absolutely no regrets about deciding to study at Carriere!

I have always liked cooking, and since a young age I have wanted to work in the food service industry. My parents used to time live in Japan, so I decided to make serious efforts to study Japanese cooking, which is very popular in my country Taiwan. After studying for two years at a different Japanese language school, I entered Kyoto Culinary Art College.
I was worried that my Japanese language ability wasn't good enough for me to keep up with the lessons and whether or not I would get on well with the other students, but I was very relieved to discover that the college has a very “at-home” atmosphere and that the instructors listened sympathetically to anything you had to say. The practical lessons were in a “hands-on-training” style. You get a real feeling of developing your own skills each time you have a lesson as a result of the many ingredients you deal with and the lessons you take. Kyoto is Japan's ancient capital, and has numerous shrines and temples that have been designated as world heritage sites; with opportunities to see things such as no and kyogen, it is perfect for learning about Japanese culture. I learned so many things during my two years and I hope to make full use of what I learned in my future work.



2017 年度入学(ねんどにゅうがく)外国人留学生(がいこくじんりゅうがくせい)入学要項(にゅうがくようこう)です。

●出願(しゅつがん)から入学(にゅうがく) まで ● 入学資格(にゅうがくしかく)  ● 設置学科(せっちがっか)募集定員(ぼしゅうていいん)
入学選考実施要領(にゅうがくせんこうじっしようりょう)  ● 学費(がくひ)  ● 入学手続(にゅうがくてつづ) き ● 奨学金制度紹介(しょうがくきんせいどしょうかい)


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