Life in CEBU
Located just sixty minutes away by airplane from Manila with an international airport, Cebu is the Queen City of the South of the Philippines with warm tropical weather. Cebu enjoys a more relaxed environment than Manila and has plenty of resorts and spas with white sand beaches. Full of history and rich in cultural heritage, Cebu is definitely an ideal place for various activities throughout the year.
We are in the process of constructing our own student housing complex. Currently, there are a lot of rooms available for rent near the academy.
When it comes to food, the student body provides production and consumption by use of the ICAAC training restaurants. With an equipped kitchen, students operate the training restaurant on a shifting schedule preparing and serving the food to faculty, staff and students. Students receive their breakfast and lunch meals during the restaurant operations week as part of the curriculum and included in course fees.
ICAAC is fully equipped with two professional kitchens. As a student, you will work with the equipments and food commodities you would expect to find in hotels or restaurants. Supervised by professionals, you will be thrust hands on in the culinary world on your very first day in the kitchen. You'll be introduced to a variety of food groups, from breads to soups, to meat and poultry, to the delicious desserts and pastries from all over the world.
Lecture Room and Other Facilities
Air-conditioned Lecture Rooms and the Resources Centre on campus is a facility where faculty and students can research, learn, study, relax and solve problems. The Centre offers a variety of resources, including PC Units with Internet connections, professional books & journals. Printing or copying are available to students in making presentations & projects.
Bistro Seafood and Steakhouse Grill Restaurant
The newest on-site training restaurant of ICAAC which opened to the public since January 2009. This training restaurant is operated by students on a shifting schedule preparing and serving the food to staff, students and the general public. Students receive their dinner meals during the restaurant operations week as part of the curriculum and included in course fees at this restaurant. Open only for dinner from Tuesday to Saturday, this restaurant uses some of the best quality imported meats and seafood.