01 Exploring at a Global Level

Students will enjoy a great number of opportunities to be immersed in international fields like project-based learning, study trips and study-abroad programs with our partner schools in Europe and Australia.

02 Comprehensive Learning

Students will cover the academic areas of management, culture and technology, with the aim to acquire a wide range of knowledge and skills related to gastronomy rather than focusing on just one specialized field. In addition, students will have the opportunity to gain the broad perspectives that encompass each discipline.

03 Active Learning in the Real World

Project-based subjects challenge realistic problem-solving methods in municipalities, associations, companies and with local residents. Through active learning, students will acquire valuable skills like problem-finding, solutions and the ability to take action.

04 The opportunity to learn foreign languages

All students are required to enroll in a second foreign language in order to improve communication skills. The purpose of this course is to form global leaders who understand all the diversity and different perspectives in food industry. Focusing on English, students will also choose a second language from German, French, Spanish, Chinese, Korean and Italian.

05 Graduation Work

After four years studying at University, the completion of a Graduation Work is a requirement to receive the Bachelor's Degree. Students are expected to carry out projects on topics like analyzing a food industry company with an improvement plan, regional development through gastronomy, local and international food culture fieldworks or eating quality analysis and improvement.

06 Small-group Learning

Small-group based learning is carried out throughout the four years of study to provide an attentive learning process. This can also help to pay careful attention to practical activities and develop a comprehensive learning while blending the academic fields of management, culture and technology.