Embrace the art of pastry making and embark on a journey of culinary artistry with KAGC's Advanced Diploma in Pastry Baking. This comprehensive program is designed to elevate your baking skills to new heights, equipping you with the expertise to create exquisite pastries, cakes, and confections that will tantalize taste buds and leave a lasting impression.

Under the guidance of experienced pastry chefs and industry experts, you'll refine your pastry skills, mastering:
• Advanced pastry techniques and equipment
• Flavour profiles and ingredient combinations
• Cost management and kitchen operations
• Presentation and plating artistry
• Culinary innovation and trend forecasting

KAGC's Advanced Diploma in Pastry Baking is your passport to a world of culinary delight and success. Join us and embark on a journey of pastry exploration, mastery, and innovation. Together, let's elevate the art of pastry making and create a world of sweet masterpieces.

Our Graduates Excel in The Dynamic Pastry World Our Skilful Faculty

  • Minimum age requirement:
    16 years old (local), 18 years old (international)
  • Completion of SPM or equivalent
  • 16 years old with a school leaving certificate


Field Subjects
Pastry Production
  • Introduction to Patisserie & Bakery
  • Pastry Artistry
  • Modern Desserts
  • Sugar paste art
  • Chocolate art
  • Introduction to Bread & Yeast Products
  • Asian Hot & Cold Desserts
Food Preparation
  • Principles of Culinary Management
  • Food Preparation and Cooking
  • Introduction to Culinary Management
  • Design of Food & Beverage Product and Menu
  • Purchasing of Hospitality Resources
  • Cost Control for Food & Beverage Industry
  • Restaurant Business Operation
Business Disciplines Digital Marketing:
  • Social Media Marketing
  • Search and Paid Marketing
  • Website Management
  • Content Marketing
  • E-mail Marketing
  • Digital Business

Advanced Diploma in Pastry & Bakery

This is KAGC: Your steppingstone to a rewarding pastry-filled future.

Course Features

  • Duration:15 months (9 months Interactive Theory & Practical + 6 months on-the-job training)
  • Format:100% classroom
  • Award:UK Advanced Diploma in Pastry and Bakery

Career Opportunities

  • Pastry Chef
  • Baker
  • Food blogger
  • Author of a recipe book
  • Food Reviewer or Traveler
  • Food or Equipment Ambassador


  • Who will be awarded the Advanced Diploma in Pastry and Bakery?

    The Advanced Diploma in Pastry and Bakery will be awarded by the City College of Birmingham from the UK.

  • Where will I be posted for the on-the-job training?

    We have extensive networks comprising leading international and local hotel chains, thriving restaurants, and other F&B establishments. You will be posted for six months of on-the-job training at one of those establishments.

  • What makes KAGC different from other pastry and bakery schools?

    In KAGC, our pastry and bakery program focus slightly heavier on practical vs. theoretical, with a 70:30 focus.  Besides delivering the technical competencies in pastry and baking production and food preparation, we also equip our students with the necessary business knowledge skills, such as digital business and digital marketing, which is crucial in ensuring an organization's or entrepreneur’s success.

  • What is the assessment like?

    Students will be evaluated through both written and practical assessments.

  • How will this program be delivered?

    Students will undergo nine months of theoretical and practical which will be delivered in class and posted in a real working environment within the pastry and bakery industry to gain on-the-job experience before being awarded the Advanced Diploma in Pastry and Bakery.

  • Does the Pastry and Bakery program warrants an excellent career?

    Not only is pastry and baking a great career—it’s a surprisingly versatile industry with opportunities in many niches.  Some bakers concentrate exclusively on bread, while others prefer to bake cakes, cookies, and pies. Some stick to pastry and other desserts, like chocolate, macarons, or laminated doughs for croissants and puff pastry. There are also specialty shops, like donut shops and patisseries (French pastry shops), where a pastry cook can focus on one niche.  And, of course, food service establishments like restaurants and hotels need pastry chefs to design and make plated desserts and bakers for bread and baked sweets.

  • What is the difference between a bakery and a pastry?

    A baker can bake a wide variety of items, including bread, rolls, pies, cakes, cookies, pastries, donuts, and more. But pastry chefs usually specialize in desserts. They may also make non-baked goods as part of their dessert recipes, like custards, sauces, and chocolates.

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