International Culinary - New York is a for-profit college located in Manhattan, New York in the New York City Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 237 undergraduate students. The International Culinary - New York acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Culinary Arts and Food Service and Baking and Pastry Arts. International Culinary - New York alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $29,600.
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International Culinary Center - New York Reviews
I have searched all of the International Culinary Center Website and have watched various videos on the courses, values, and outstanding educators as well as tremendously successful and influential alumni. Their graduates include Bobby Flay, David Chang, Dan Barber and my personal culinary inspiration, Christina Tosi! After watching her episode on chefs table I was instantly inspired and it was the push I needed to become determined to turn my hobby of baking into a career that I will enjoy devoting my time to. This being said of course I immediately looked into the International Culinary Center and found myself in awe of their programs as well as location and especially the incredible chefs that run it. Now, after having done plenty of research on it I am determined to go to this school and fulfill my culinary dreams and to turn my passion for baking into a prosperous career.
I enjoyed the campus. The food is amazing.the staff are well rounded and diverse. Overall a great environment to learn in
Everyone there from the staff to other students are absolutely amazing. The staff treated my kindly and made sure I had everything I wanted starting with when I first showed interest.