Restaurant Entrepreneurship Management Program – Fort

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July 4, 2017
PHP 245,000
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Enderun Colleges
+632 856 5000 loc 547/505
1100 Campus Avenue, McKinley Hill, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City, 1634, Philippines




The Enderun Restaurant Entrepreneurship Management Program is an intensive 6-week boot camp that will give students unrestricted access to worthwhile business discourse moderated by successful restaurateurs and business management gurus. The students’ exposure to the theoretical aspects of starting a restaurant business shall be coupled with experiential learning. Workshops and immersion trips are well integrated into the program.

Starting July 4, 2017

Validate your restaurant concepts

  • Gain valuable insights from successful restaurant owners
  • Widen one’s network in the restaurant industry
  • Validate one’s restaurant concepts and concretize initial plans
  • Gain deeper understanding on why restaurants fail
  • Learn how to maximize marketing spend for one’s restaurant

Program Design

Lecture Series
The Lecture series gathers multiple restaurateurs, chefs, food service managers, legal and marketing professionals to an intimate sharing and discussion on what it takes to be in the restaurant business.

Online Restaurant Operation Modules
An online learning suite composed of five restaurant operation modules covering the essentials of food and beverage service shall be made available to all students. Students must be able to accomplish their independent online tasks during the 6-week period.

Business Workshop
The mastery of the subject matter can be paced based on the students’ schedule. During the 6-week program, students will be divided into teams as they develop their business plans under the guidance of their mentors. These plans shall be presented to restaurant investors and operators at the end of the program. The group will have to defend its concept and financial viability while getting their plan critiqued by a panel of advisers from the restaurant industry.

Immersion Program
Students will be able to practice the skills they learned in real-world settings. They will be brought to different restaurants and service concepts to dine and audit. Trips to F&B and Kitchen supply warehouses are also part of the program to fully immerse the students in all aspects of restaurant management.

Practical Experience
To top of the program, students will also need to successfully execute a one-day pop up restaurant event and test if they have mastered the theoretical knowledge and practical skills needed to operate a financially profitable restaurant business. The students will also be given countless opportunities to visit and critique existing restaurants as they observe daily logistical and operational practices.

The course is crafted by successful restaurant owners and operators, who understand exactly what you need to learn in order to execute your restaurant business plans.

Who Should Attend?

  • Prospective restaurateurs
  • Prospective restaurant franchisees
  • Restaurant owners looking to improve or expand their offerings
  • F&B operations consultants

Entry Requirements

Applicants should be able to:

  • Undergo a comprehensive interview
  • Submit their curriculum vitae and personal essay
  • Possess a basic understanding and use of MS-Excel
  • Have a restaurant business concept that they plan to execute in the next 18 months

Program Fee

PhP 245,000

Partial Scholarships Available


Admission Requirements:

  1. Completed Application Form
  2. Photocopy of Transcript of Records from last school attended
  3. Curriculum Vitae
  4. Proof of billing
  5. Essay (300 words or less) “What Made You Decide to Pursue this Course?”
  6. Photocopy of Birth Certificate
  7. Two recent 2x2 Photos

For Foreign Students:

  1. Passport
  2. ESL Evaluation
  3. Special Study Permit

Admission Process:

  • First Evaluation. Once the College has received your complete application documents, your file will be evaluated to determine whether you will be called in for a personal admission interview. You shall be informed within two weeks as to whether you have been selected for an interview or your application has been unsuccessful.
  • Personal Interview. The interview is an indispensable step in the admission process. This allows the Admissions Committee--made up of members of Enderun Management, faculty, and admissions staff--to evaluate potential students based on their level of interest in the hospitality industry, as well as their maturity level, academic potential, interpersonal skills and leadership potential.
  • For candidates unable to travel to Manila for the interview, a written request to be interviewed by telephone may be submitted.
  • Decision. Based on the results of both the written application and the interview, the Admissions Committee shall make a final decision to admit the candidate. All candidates shall be informed in of the Committee's decision.
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