Note: Applicants must have the ability to perform physically challenging tasks.
Fees for the academic year 2019/2020. Please note: Tuition and Fees are listed in Canadian dollars.
International Student Fee is an additional $4,000 per year.
International Health Fee is an additional $750 per year.
International Student Fees are due on the first day of class.
|Tuition and Other Fees||1st Year|
|Lab Fee||$ 1,965|
|Health Insurance Fee||$410|
|Fitness Centre Fee||$80|
|Uniforms & Laundry||$1,250|
|1stinstallment due upon first day of class||$ 7,678|
|2ndinstallment due January 6||$ 3,917|
|Other Program Costs||1st Year|
|On site parking||$164|
After graduating from the Pastry Arts program, you’ll be ready to work in:
Our Pastry Arts program provides students with a solid foundation in baking methods and pastry techniques. You’ll begin by learning the basics of dough preparation and batters, and advance to preparing custards, French pastries and contemporary plated desserts. You’ll learn to bake breads, pies, cakes, cookies, creams and pastries, and you will perfect these skills by creating desserts for customers at our on-site restaurants each day. Business courses will also prepare you for restaurant operations. By the end of the program, you will be well prepared to work in a restaurant as a pastry chef or to open your own establishment.
The Culinary Institute of Canada is located in the Tourism and Culinary Centre. Take a virtual tour of the Tourism and Culinary Centre here.
This is a U.S. Federal Aid approved program.
View a detailed list of courses for this program.
The Red Seal is the interprovincial standard of excellence for your chosen trade. When you have an Interprovincial Red Seal, you can work anywhere in Canada without further testing or certification. It gives you a competitive edge and flexibility in the market.
The Pastry Arts program is an excellent way to get started on your Red Seal as a baker. In the program, you’ll earn 930 hours of apprenticeship time for each week of training, and write the one block exam—putting you well on your way to certification. After you graduate and are working with a suitable employer, you can register as an apprentice and get credit for the hours earned and block exam passed while you were at Holland College. Then you can complete the journey and take the interprovincial exam.