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At The World's Premier Culinary College

You won’t find a culinary school in the world with the opportunities, connections, and college life you’ll enjoy at The Culinary Institute of America. Food is big business, and it’s at the core of everything you’ll learn in our bachelor’s and associate degree programs.

Our food-focused education model will help you take full advantage of the many career options available in the food business. Top employers look to the CIA when hiring, and when you have your CIA degree in hand, they’ll look to you.

News

News

The CIA at Greystone opened Gatehouse Restaurant at its historic property in St. Helena on Saturday, January 21.
Half Moon Theatre, the Hudson Valley’s regional professional theatre company, continues to celebrate its 10th anniversary season in 2017.
Craig Schulman, widely recognized as one of the premier talents from the world of Broadway, is the only actor in the world to have portrayed The Phantom in Andrew Lloyd-Webber’s The Phantom of the Opera, Jean Valjean in Les Misérables, and the title roles in Jekyll & Hyde.

Events

Events

Jan
25
Admissions information event for students wishing to apply to The Culinary Institute of America. Get your culinary school questions answered now!
Jan
27
Admissions open house event for adult students wishing to attend The Culinary Institute of America.
Jan
28
Admissions information event for students wishing to apply to The Culinary Institute of America. Get your culinary school questions answered now!

Blog

Italia Per Due: Adam, Angela, and the Italian Concentration

Follow the experience and adventures of Adam and Angela, bachelor’s degree students studying at The Culinary Institute of America who are taking part in an academic concentration in Italian cuisines and culture that includes a 15-week study trip to Italy. The concentration features a semester abroad at the Castello di Ugento, a newly restored 900-year-old […]

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My Life as a CIA Graduate Wine and Beverage Student

I arrived in the Napa Valley to start the Wine and Beverage Graduate Certificate program (WBGC) just as harvest season was gearing up, and it was an experience truly like no other. The intensity, the people dedicated to their craft, and the rich tradition were all powerfully inspiring. As crush season arrived, the stimulating energy […]

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Food Studies Applied: The FDR Museum

To support the various lessons and discussions that we were having in our Applied Food Studies class regarding minimum wage as it pertains to the foodservice industry, our class went to visit the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum, right here in Hyde Park, NY. As a student at the CIA for just over […]

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Blog

Italia Per Due: Adam, Angela, and the Italian Concentration

Follow the experience and adventures of Adam and Angela, bachelor’s degree students studying at The Culinary Institute of America who are taking part in an academic concentration in Italian cuisines and culture that includes a 15-week study trip to Italy. The concentration features a semester abroad at the Castello di Ugento, a newly restored 900-year-old […]

The post Italia Per Due: Adam, Angela, and the Italian Concentration appeared first on CIA Culinary Blog | The Culinary Institute of America.

My Life as a CIA Graduate Wine and Beverage Student

I arrived in the Napa Valley to start the Wine and Beverage Graduate Certificate program (WBGC) just as harvest season was gearing up, and it was an experience truly like no other. The intensity, the people dedicated to their craft, and the rich tradition were all powerfully inspiring. As crush season arrived, the stimulating energy […]

The post My Life as a CIA Graduate Wine and Beverage Student appeared first on CIA Culinary Blog | The Culinary Institute of America.