Stratford with Former Indonesian Ambassador Dino Patti Djalal (middle) in Culinary Contest.
Chef Putri with Students
Indonesia Cuisine Class
(1 each) 50% tuition (and food/instructional fees) Bachelor of Arts in Hospitality Management with a Culinary or Baking and Pastry Arts Concentration. Can be completed in as little as 30 months. Value over $35,000.
(2 each) 50% tuition (and food/instructional fees), Associates in Applied Science, Culinary or Baking and Pastry Arts. Program can be completed in as little as 16 months. Value over $20,000.
(1 each) 50% tuition up to $7,500, English as a Second Language Scholarship (ESL). Bolster your English Skills and decide whether to continue your studies. Value up to $7,500 depending on skills assessment.
(1 each) 50% tuition (no food/instructional fees) Master of Science in International Hospitality Management. Value up to $12,015.
(automatically open to winners of any of the above scholarships, except Master’s) Upgrade (20% Tuition, up to $8,000) scholarship for winner of one of the above scholarships. The winner of one of the above scholarships can choose to upgrade to the AAS (from the ESL), to the BA in Hospitality or Culinary Management (from the AAS in Culinary or Baking), or the Masters in International Hospitality Management (from the BA) upon completion of their AAS and receive a 20% tuition scholarship for the upgraded program. Value up to $8,000 (depending on program upgrade).
Scholarship award will be divided evenly across each term based on expected terms required to complete the program for which the reward was received.
The student will be responsible for additional fees required by the program including the uniform/tool kit fee, activities fee, graduation fee, etc. (approximately $1,200). Food and supplemental class fees associated with culinary and baking lab classes will be covered under the scholarship award.
Student will be responsible for all transportation and living expenses to and from the U.S. and during their enrollment.
Scholarship Application is due on May 31, 2015
Scholarship winners must enroll for program start dates Quarter 4, 2016 or earlier (August 2016).
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