The event is to be held at The Manchester College, a leading training facility for hospitality and catering students, in 2016 following regional and national heats in over two dozen countries worldwide.
Past Finals have been held in South Africa, the USA, Amsterdam and Russia, with host countries selected in recognition of their major contribution to the culinary world.
Liz Peters, assistant principal at The Manchester College, said: “The UK has achieved a well-deserved reputation for its food; we have produced some of the world’s most celebrated chefs and our restaurants often top the ‘best’ lists.
“It is only fitting therefore that the International Young Chefs Competition comes to Britain, where the crème de la crème of the next generation will battle it out for the title.”
Founded in Paris in 1950, the Chaîne des Rôtisseurs is dedicated to bringing together professional and non-professional members from 80 countries worldwide who appreciate wine cuisine and fine dining.