HRC culinary academy, Bulgaria

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Does anyone have information about HRC culinary academy in Bulgaria? Want to seek admission for the F&B management program.
 

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Welcome. We are primarily an American based site so I don't think anyone would have information about this school. Have you found anything out about the school else where?
 
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Hey! this was discussed here a couple months/weeks ago, since I was interested in applying too.

Use the search function it should return a couple posts.

I ended up mailing the academy and got a response form administration.

The guy from this forum that did a short course there told me the place is pretty cool, nice equipment, good professional teachers, a little messy on the administrative side.

I finally opted to give a chance to a local institute that happens to be known as the best in the region, so I'll see what happens :)

But if you are an EU citizen I think that option is great for the price and the study plan (a lot of working experience in different cities).
 
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Welcome. We are primarily an American based site so I don't think anyone would have information about this school. Have you found anything out about the school else where?
It depends on what is your goal and what you want to get from this program.
 
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brulo brulo What is the name of the local institute that happens to be known as the best in the region?
I'm very much interested in doing an affordable culinary arts program!
 
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Hi, a friend of mine studied in HRC Culinary Academy. They are based in Sofia and have one of the best facilities in the region. He is very satisfied, as the tuition is practically orientated.
 
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brulo brulo What is the name of the local institute that happens to be known as the best in the region?
I'm very much interested in doing an affordable culinary arts program!
Sorry for the late response! never got the notification :(

It's called IAG (spanish for "Instituto Argentino de Gastronomía" or "Argentinian Gastronomy Intitute"), not to be mistaken with IGA (another institute here in Buenos Aires).

So far I'm really pleased with the level of the teachers, the equipment is top notch, the practice classes are not THAT intensive but it's perfect if you happen to have a day job too :)

I see a lot of people from nearby countries and from the inner provinces coming specifically to study there.
 
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