The Life Foster Project 4th Newsletter is Out Now!

In this issue you’ll discover more about the new application Food Waste Flow Balance developed in the framework of LIFE FOSTER to quantify food waste, you’ll deepen the Farm to Fork Strategy and much more! You can view LIFE FOSTER 3rd newsletter here > Co-financed by the EU Commission LIFE Programme and led by the … …read more

On Friday, December 18th, the last graduation session of 2020 takes place at the University of Gastronomic Sciences

Online discussion and proclamation with 23 students from Italy, France, Israel and Switzerland The last graduation session of 2020 is held on the morning of Friday, December 18th, and involves 23 students from the three-year and master’s courses, discussing their theses online. In the early afternoon, at 2.30 pm, after all the discussions, the joint … …read more

Pollenzo: Graduation Ceremony for 14 international UNISG Master’s students

Today, Friday, December 12th, 14 students from the Master of Applied Gastronomy: Culinary Arts, the Master of Gastronomy: World Food Cultures and Mobility, and the Master of Gastronomy: Creativity, Ecology and Education are presenting their final theses or reports and are attending the Graduation Ceremony online. Here are their names and their dissertations.   Master … …read more

The Life Foster Project 3rd Newsletter is Out Now!

You can view LIFE FOSTER 3rd newsletter here >   Co-financed by the EU Commission LIFE Programme and led by the Italian network for VET, ENAIP NET, the LIFE FOSTER project aims at reducing waste in the restaurant industry. The project focuses on these main fields: ​GREEN SKILLS, FOOD WASTE PREVENTION, TRAINING AND EDUCATION, AND COMMUNICATION. The interconnection between environmental, social and … …read more

In Pollenzo, 135 freshmen from 16 different countries are starting their Undergraduate and Graduate Degree programmes at the University of Gastronomic Sciences

On Monday, September 21st, the information and orientation week starts on campus. On Tuesday, September 22nd, Rector Andrea Pieroni and UNISG President Carlo Petrini give their welcome greetings to the new students arriving from Italy, Argentina, Austria, Korea, Cuba, Denmark, France, Germany, Japan, Jordan, Israel, the Netherlands, Spain, the United States, Switzerland and Zimbabwe. Everything … …read more

The University of Gastronomic Sciences will reopen in September

On-campus courses will start again at the University of Gastronomic Sciences in September, thanks to new proposals for the logistics and organization of educational activities to be implemented in order to ensure the safety of our students and staff. For those who cannot return or come to Pollenzo for a few weeks or months, due … …read more

On Friday, June 5th, the University of Gastronomic Sciences of Pollenzo holds its third remote degree session of 2020

12 students of the Undergraduate and Graduate degree courses, coming from Italy, Switzerland, Germany and Japan will graduate. Summer online sessions at the University of Gastronomic Sciences in Pollenzo take place in the morning of Friday, June 5th, 2020. As per the regulation, the degree commissions, supervisors and co-supervisors, as well as the graduating students … …read more

The University of Gastronomic Sciences of Pollenzo offers online conferences and seminars to discuss gastronomy even in the time of Covid-19

UNISG Webcasting has started, a new platform to access online content on the world of food! The University of Gastronomic Sciences of Pollenzo continues its distance learning activities and offers insights and food for thought on the current pandemic and the consequent changes that concern the world of food and gastronomy. The initiative, called UNISG … …read more