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Thread: Thinking to study *Level 5 International Cullinary Arts*, is it a good choice?

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    Default Thinking to study *Level 5 International Cullinary Arts*, is it a good choice?

    First of all, I would like to introduce myself.
    I am 25 years old, with bachelor of economics.

    Thinking to study and trying to migrate to New Zealand next year.

    My education agency said that I have several options.
    - 1 YEAR DIPLOMA in Business - level 7 (This will lead me to office job)
    - 1 YEAR DIPLOMA in Hospitality - level 7 (This will lead me to office job)
    - 1 YEAR POST GRADUATE DIPLOMA - level 8 (This will lead me to office job)
    - 2 YEAR DIPLOMA in CULINARY ARTS - Level 5
    My study agency said that it is better to take
    - 2 YEAR DIPLOMA in CULINARY ARTS - Level 5
    Because getting getting work Visa in Culinary Arts is easier.
    In Culinary Arts, atleast I have to get level Cook/Commis

    Meanwhile, to get work Visa in Office Jobs,
    I have to get job in level Supervisor/ senior staff/ Manager
    Which I think quite hard.

    And when I trying to get PR,
    In Cullinary Arts, atleast I have to get level Chef/Chef de partie-Medium Level.
    In Office Jobs, I have to get level Manager-that is hard.

    I have been working in Kitchen Hand in Australia, it is hard work.
    But, I can manage it.

    So, I am thinking to study in Cornell, Auckland next year.

    However, I would like to know your opinion.
    1. What is current job condition in New Zealand? is it good? In the next 2-3 years? I am worried whether I can manage get the job in required level.
    2. Do you know other best option to study Cullinary Arts than Cornell?
    3.How to search affordable rent in New Zealand?
    4.How to search part time job in New Zealand? or
    What is website's name that frequently used to search job in New Zealand?

    A reply would be greatly appreciated.
    I dont know if this is the right place to put my thread.
    Cheers

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    Hello. I expect you will get some replies later, when those already in NZ wake up.

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    If you google 'culinary arts New Zealand' there are lots of places. There is even the Cordon Bleu school in Wellington for example.

    Jobs can be found on seek.co.nz
    Rental properties on trademe.co.nz

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    Quote Originally Posted by girlwithanewf View Post
    If you google 'culinary arts New Zealand' there are lots of places. There is even the Cordon Bleu school in Wellington for example.

    Jobs can be found on seek.co.nz
    Rental properties on trademe.co.nz
    My Agency advised me to Cornell because they win best hospitality provider by New Zealand's restaurant association in 2014.
    (funny I cannot find it in internet who win the best hospitality in google)
    the tuition fee in Condon Bleu is quite big. I think I will stick to Cornell.

    I only give my best to secure my future in there.

    Well, thank you for your reply.
    I really appreciate it.

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    Here it is. http://www.cornell.ac.nz/%22http://c...-award-winner/ It wasn't as easy as it usually is on Google, I agree!

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    Wow, thank you for your reply.
    I think this will make more eager to burn my money for education in there.
    is Auckland have lgbt friendly group in gaming?

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