Culinary Students Get an Early Start

August 05, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Education News
New York City (August 5, 2007) - The Art Institute of New York City is offering the opportunity for Culinary Arts and Culinary Arts & Restaurant Management students to get a jump start on their education by beginning classes on August 16 (mid-quarter session) instead of in October.

The classes will be completed in five weeks; students will then seamlessly join the fall class and continue their studies.

Here are some benefits of beginning classes in August:

Students can get comfortable in the college environment

Registration for the mid-quarter start may proceed more quickly

Classes typically will be smaller, giving students the opportunity to get to know their classmates and teachers

School-sponsored housing may be more readily available

Starting in August allows students to take a reduced course load, easing the transition back to the classroom

August is the traditional start time for higher education, so students can begin school at the same time as their friends

Taking classes in the mid-quarter session allows students to take fewer classes later when the workload may be greater

For more information, visit the website at
Call toll-free 800.654.2433 Local: 212.226.5500
Ask for an Admissions Representative

Midge Elias
Director of Public Relations
The Art Institute of New York City
75 Varick Street 16th Floor
New York, NY 10013