Course Levels

Introductory courses to HNCs, HNDs and Degree Pathways

Campus Locations

Dunfermline, Kirkcaldy, Levenmouth

Study Options

Full-time, Part-time, Online

Applications Open

Start studying in August 2023

Why Choose Culinary Arts at Fife College?

Culinary arts is one of Scotland’s most important sectors, leading to new and exciting career opportunities for those who have the drive, skills and the right qualifications to get into these industries.

At Fife College, we're proud to be able to deliver first-class teaching to our students in the very best learning environments. Our purpose-built training kitchens and customer-facing training restaurants provide a professional environment, giving you a fantastic way to consolidate your learning and test your skills.

Our courses could lead to careers such as Head Chef, Patisserie Chef, Food Stylist, Hospitality Manager, Bakery Operative and more.

Our Culinary Arts Courses

student chef stirring pot with colour stripe wallpaper

We offer courses in the following subjects:

· Bakery

· Patisserie

· Professional Cookery

· Hospitality and Events

Progress to a Culinary Arts Degree

Did you know that a Culinary Arts HNC or HND qualification is the equivalent of first year (HNC) or second year (HND) of a similar degree at university?

So depending on the subject studied, successfully completing an HNC or HND in Culinary Arts at Fife College could mean that you have the opportunity to progress on to Year 2 or 3 of a related BA, BA (Hons), BSc, BSc (Hons) on MA (Hons) degree course at one of the following partner Universities in Scotland:

Abertay University

University of the Highlands and Islands

So studying Culinary Arts at Fife College can be a more cost-effective, local alternative route to the same Culinary Arts and Hospitality degree in Scotland, in the same amount of time!

What Happens after I Apply?

There are four possible outcomes from your interview:

1. Unconditional offer: you have met all the entry requirements and your place is guaranteed.

2. Conditional offer: your place is secured pending meeting the entry requirements.

 

3. Waiting list: you have met all entry requirements; however, the course is full.
       If any spaces become available you may be contacted usually around about the course start date.

4. Unsuccessful: speak to our Guidance Team.
       They may be able to help you find another suitable course.

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