The famous Champagne House Dom Pérignon is partnering with the prestigious Culinary Institute of America (CIA) cooking school in a scholarship fund. The goal? To fully fund the tuition fees of students through a unique program.
The LVMH champagne house and the Culinary Institute of America (CIA) are partnering for the first time to support the first Master of Culinary Arts program. The Dom Pérignon Scholarship Fund will pay the full tuition of 20 lucky students who wish to enter this new CIA program.
This master’s degree consists of two years of learning. Students will learn theory in school and practice in world-class restaurants, as Dom Pérignon states in its release. Students will also benefit from residencies on the CIA campus in New York and within the walls of the Maison Dom Pérignon in France.
The subjects studied will be rich and diversified. Among them will be professional excellence in cuisine, culinary history, agriculture, responsible sourcing, the relationship between wine and gastronomy, entrepreneurship and business leadership.
In addition to its financial support for future scholarship students, Dom Pérignon has also helped the culinary school develop its educational program through grants.
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