In capacity of visiting chef, I encourage young students to join ACA because its provide international level of hospitality education in Nepal.”
We have been recruiting from the Culinary Arts for the past 4 years and I must say it has been a real pleasure to have the students on board. They are well trained, well behaved and mannered. Most of the chefs recruited have reached good positions in a short time, this is because of the strong basics that has been imparted from the Faculties of the Culinary Arts. I am sure this will be long time journey.
I am glad to have signed MoU between Lincoln University, Malaysia and ACA to offer Bachelors of Science ( Hons) in Hospitality Management. This initiative between ACA and LUC will certainly benefit Nepalese students aspiring quality Education in Nepal at local cost. We will be looking into the quality issue with our regular inspections besides our scheduled exams to maintain our Academic standards. So, I am pleased to announce that we have been able to work with ACA to offer internationally accredited degree programme in Kathmandu, Nepal and Nepalese youth may get this service available for their bright future career.
Our association with ACA has helped many Nepalese students to get job in American/ European cruise ships, star hotels and restaurants in Middle East. We have been regularly monitoring ACA from 2011 and we are very happy with their commitment level towards providing quality education. I do not hesitate to admit that Diploma in Culinary Arts at ACA is as equally good as any cookery course in Australian Colleges. We are happy work with ACA and would like to advise any prospective student to get enrolled in this world’s one of the most demanding professions to become a Professional Chef.
Infrastructure available at ACA is of international standards thus training provided at ACA is at par with any other international institutions in the related field.