Founded in 2012, THEi gives culinary students first-hand experience in the food industry as they learn how to use important kitchen utensils and devices as well as create delicious meals and desserts. THEi offers a Bachelor of Arts in Culinary Arts and Management that allows students to dive into cooking-themed classes like Catering Management, Food Styling, Cuisine Culture, Regional Chinese Culinary Arts, Menu Development, and Food Supply Chain Management. Culinary students can also sign up to take one of the school’s numerous electives, like Chinese Tonic Food Business and Food Photography. THEi also requires students to take language courses so they understand how to properly communicate in kitchens around the world. This degree lasts about four years and each semester is broken up into different sections to help prevent students from feeling overwhelmed with their studies. Prices for the classes are $3,032 per credit point. Those interested in applying must do so within a certain time during the year as THEi has strict registration deadlines.
Photo credit: THEi 香港高等教育科技學院