Enhance your confectionery, baking and patisserie skills with an absolute focus on detail, precision and product creativity to get the fundamentals and techniques right. Learn from industry-experienced bakers and pastry chefs to craft innovative, breath-taking masterpieces with cutting-edge modern equipment to produce professional-quality products right from delicate crepes and soufflés to a variety of chocolates, cakes, parfait and much more…
ICCA Dubai’s IWP (Industry Internship / Work Experience Placement) Program is an industry integration initiative specially designed for students wishing to join the industry as Professional Chefs by way of regular employment or an internship leading
to work placement.
The IWP Program is separately conducted in addition to the 620 hours of intensive on-campus guided learning and training, which comprise our Professional Program.
The IWP arrangements are in the form of either regular employment to begin with, or an industry internship generally of 6 to 12 months’ duration, successful completion of which would lead the student chef to a regular work placement.
Fees may be paid in AED by Cash, Cheque, Credit / Debit Cards, by Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) or through the Secured Payment Gateway provided in this website to ICCA Dubai, as convenient and applicable.
Convenient Installment Plan is available for Local / UAE Admissions.The first installment is to be paid at the time of admission and the balance installment payment is required to be secured by a Post Dated Cheque (PDC).
International students are required to pay fees in advance to secure admission, hostel reservation and the UAE Visa.
Passionate about baking, Chef Hartono has always been focused on learning and excelling in his craft of creating high-end pastry products. With over 16 years of culinary experience and working under some of the biggest names in the industry, namely Pierre Gagnaire, he aims to share his knowledge with those keen to enter this field.
Driven by a strong passion for teaching and working towards contributing to the gastronomic heritage study of Chile, Chef Leonardo Luza Villo has always been focused on excelling in his craft. Armed with Gastronomy Associated Degree from INACAP, Food Innovation Diploma from Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, and training from Lenôtre Pastry School in Paris, Leonardo Luza Lillo comes with a decade of experience training Pastry Chefs and aims to share his knowledge with those keen to enter this industry.