Culinary Management courses
Develop the practical and technical skills found in commercial kitchens with the business and management aspects of running a restaurant.
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What is Culinary Management?
Culinary Management covers the practical and technical elements of working in a restaurant. It requires in-depth knowledge of international cuisines, food service and business management. With us you’ll learn the practical skills required to become a chef who aims to deliver an unforgettable customer experience, as well as the tools to grow and shape your own venture.
Train in our award-winning restaurant
Undertake practical training at our central Sydney fine-dining restaurant, William Blue Dining.
A dedicated Success Coach
An ally to encourage, inspire and guide, your Success Coach will help you achieve your goals and create the right trajectory for your career.
Learn from industry-connected experts
Our academics are the best in the business. With their expertise and guidance, you can find a placement in the field you love.
Future-proof your career
Our diverse academics and industry partners will help you gain new perspectives and a wide-reaching business network.
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Discover the educational path that’s right for you.
Bachelor of Culinary ManagementGain a thorough understanding of the food and beverage industry and learn the practical skills required to open your own restaurant.Code BCM16 | CRICOS 094181AAssociate Degree of Culinary ManagementLearn the practical skills to become a chef or culinary professional, as well as the knowledge to be a business owner or manager.Code ADCM16 | CRICOS 094180B
Why study with us?
As the country’s fastest-growing university, Torrens University Australia brings a fresh approach to higher education. With employability at the centre of everything we do, we offer industry-relevant courses taught by leading experts. Our flexible study options, personalised approach and partnership placements will help you find a career you love.
Your teachers and academics
Active on the forefront of their field, our industry-connected educational facilitators are here to help you achieve your career goal.
Pro Vice-Chancellor, Business and Hospitality
Gregory is a highly experienced executive, leader, consultant and academic. Greg has held a number of senior executive positions in the public and private sectors, including Senior Executive at the Queensland Department of Education and CEO of a licensed club. Greg has a doctorate in leadership development and has completed post-graduate qualifications in economics and learning and development.
Program Director, Hospitality, Tourism, Events and Culinary Management
Kirsten Browne has more than 20 years of international hospitality experience. After beginning her front-of-house experience in Japan, Kirsten transferred her skills to the hotel industry in a general manager role at Ibis in the UK and Sydney. Highly experienced in workplace training, Kirsten moved into hospitality management education and currently lends her expertise as an Undergraduate Program Director for higher education.
Study at our centrally located campus
At the footsteps of Sydney Harbour, our multi-faculty campus in The Rocks is part of a lively business district close to iconic attractions.
Relocating to Surry Hills, Central Sydney campus soon
1-5 Hickson Road
The Rocks, NSW 2000