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Graduating Students

Doctorate DBA in Nutrition and Culinary Arts

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Welcome to our esteemed Doctorate (DBA) program specializing in Nutrition and Culinary Arts. In an era where food is not only sustenance but also culture, art, and commerce, our program stands at the forefront of innovation in blending culinary excellence with business acumen. Culinary arts and nutrition are not just about creating delicious dishes or promoting healthy eating; they represent a dynamic industry that intersects with various sectors including hospitality, foodservice, healthcare, and consumer goods. Our DBA program equips aspiring leaders with the multidisciplinary knowledge and skills necessary to navigate this intricate landscape successfully. Throughout this program, students delve into a diverse array of topics, ranging from culinary techniques and nutrition science to foodservice management, culinary entrepreneurship, and sustainable food practices. Led by renowned faculty members and industry experts, our curriculum combines academic rigor with practical application, ensuring that graduates emerge as visionary leaders poised to drive innovation, shape culinary trends, and contribute to the advancement of the global food industry. Whether you aspire to open your own restaurant, lead culinary innovation in a hospitality chain, or advocate for sustainable food practices on a global scale, our DBA in Nutrition and Culinary Arts offers a transformative educational experience that prepares you to make a meaningful impact in this dynamic and ever-evolving field.

Requirements for Admission:

To be eligible for admission, applicants must meet the following criteria:

  1. Possession of a recognized Master's degree in a related field.

  2. Minimum of three years of industry experience at a supervisory level.

  3. Submission of University/School/Institute or Work Testimonial.

  4. Demonstrated proficiency in English through TOEFL, IELTS, or an equivalent English language proficiency test.

For applicants with any uncertainties regarding their suitability for the program, please do not hesitate to contact us. We are here to assist you in navigating the admissions process and determining the best fit for your academic and professional aspirations.

Entry Dates:

We have four intakes per year:

  • January

  • April

  • July

  • October

Course Fee: For the most current information regarding course fees, please refer to the fees page.

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