Cincinnati is a vibrant Midwestern City, and a wonderful place to live and go to school. The Cincinnati metropolitan area has over 2 million people in it with all the cultural, shopping and living benefits of a large city. Cincinnati is the 6th safest region in the country, too.
Sports take the front seat among Cincinnati events. Citizens love their professional baseball (the Reds) and football (the Bengals) teams. That�s not where professional sports ends in Cincinnati, though. You can also support the Cincinnati Master�s Tennis Tournament, the Kings (professional soccer) and the Cyclones (professional hockey).
There are a lot of people with German heritage in Cincinnati, and so the city has the 2nd largest Oktoberfest in the world (the biggest festival is, of course, in Germany). The Over-the-Rhine neighborhood is the largest Historical District in the United States, and has many beautiful homes that feature the 19th century Italian architecture that was popular among affluent German immigrants.
Attending The Art Institute of Ohio - Cincinnati will help you achieve your career goals as quickly as possible. You�ll focus on getting the information and skills you need to start a career in the food industry. In your spare time, you can root for your favorite team, go to the Botanical Gardens, attend a concert�or go have a beer at Oktoberfest. You�ll enjoy the excitement of city life, while getting the education you want.
If you are interested in any of these great programs at The International Culinary Schools at The Art Institute of Ohio - Cincinnati, please click on the button below, fill out the form and a representative will contact you to answer your questions and send more information about the school including an application.