The University of Gastronomic Sciences receives the International Quality Diamond Prize

Awarded by ESQR, a European organisation that promotes quality awareness and recognizes good business practices, technological innovation and quality achievements, the International Quality Diamond Prize is dedicated to those companies, public administrations, organisations and universities who showed economic progress, both for them and their communities as a whole.

30 Years of the Slow Food Manifesto

On December 10, 1989, delegates from around the world signed the Slow Food Manifesto at the Opéra Comique theater in Paris, officially launching the movement’s international activities. To mark the 30th anniversary of this important date, the “30 Years of the Slow Food Manifesto – Our Food, Our Planet, Our Future” campaign will involve Slow … …read more

On Friday, December 6, a graduation ceremony for 50 students from 18 different countries from the Master in Food Culture, Communication & Marketing ​and the Master in Wine Culture, Communication & Management will be held

The winter graduation ceremony for 50 students from two Masters, hailing from 18 countries, will be held on Friday December 6. This week they are presenting their final theses and are receiving their diploma. The students hail from Italy, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Iceland, India, Japan, Germany, Korea, Messico, Peru, Switzerland, Taiwan, the United … …read more

100 Cooks: A partnership with Airbnb and Slow Food

With November 25th, 2019, the University of Gastronomic Sciences will be part of a global search for 100 international home cooks, launched by Airbnb and Slow Food. Together with both organisations, the university is looking for those members of the Airbnb community, who welcome guests into their homes and cook for them as part of … …read more

Graduation ceremony for 60 students from 21 countries of our Masters of Gastronomy

On Friday, November 15, the graduation ceremony for 60 students from 21 countries of the Master of Gastronomy: World Food Cultures and Mobility​ and the Master of Gastronomy: Creativity, Ecology and Education is held Students from two Masters and hailing from 21 different countries presented their final theses and are receiving their diploma on Friday, … …read more

Pollenzo: Opening Week for Three International Masters

78 students from 25 nations. Inaugurating the first edition of the Master of Applied Gastronomy: Culinary Arts Seventy-eight students from twenty-five different nationalities make up the new student body of the three Masters’ programs that have come to enrich the increasingly multicultural context of the University of Pollenzo. Of the three programs, one is in … …read more