Would you like to know the varieties and trends that exist in national and international cooking? Are you willing to learn to develop creative and innovative processes in the kitchen? The CEU Cardenal Herrera University offers a four years degree in Gastronomy and Culinary Management that will enable you to manage hospitality establishments and help you become a professional specialized in culinary techniques.
The Gastronomy and Culinary Management University Centre (Gasma) is a university training, research and innovation centre that aims to develop the gastronomy sector with a unique approach. It is the first educational institution in Spain to combine Gastronomy and Culinary Management and it has been created to offer the student all the experience and tradition of the Spanish gastronomy with an international methodology and contents.
Located in the small city of Castellón, Gasma is the new leading centre on the Mediterranean arc, and the Mediterranean culture is an essential part of the Centre regarding both its gastronomy and in relation to management. Valencia, at just 40 minutes from Castellón, is the third largest city in Spain and it’s where the most important modern tourist destination is situated: the City of Arts and Sciences.
Spain remains the favourite destination for European students for participating in the Erasmus exchange programme and Valencia is one of the first choices of lots of those students, so if you are searching for an international environment the CEU Cardenal Herrera University has a lot to offer as it has more than 250 bilateral agreements signed with European universities and various agreements with universities in America.
If you are interested in studying a Bachelor’s Degree in Gastronomy and Culinary Management in Spain this is one of your best options. We invite you to join an informative webinar on this degree on November 27th, feel free to register by filling the form below: [wufoo username=”web2present” formhash=”s17p1u1v0ujci98″ autoresize=”true” height=”576″ header=”show” ssl=”true”]