The Pollenzo Cookery School, developed by the University of Gastronomic Sciences in collaboration with Slow Food, organizes this one-year Master programs in the Slow Art of Italian Cuisine.
The course offers an original and innovative teaching model which focuses on cuisine seen as passion, sharing and pleasure. Its aim is to help all those keen to enter the culinary profession to learn about cooking both from a scientific and humanistic perspective (increasingly necessary these days) as well as get to know various restaurant activities first hand.
The Master in Italian Wine Culture, designed by the University of Gastronomic Sciences in collaboration with Slow Food and the Wine Bank, has the ambitious objective of training “wine tellers.” These new enological ambassadors play a leading role in Italian wine marketing and communication.
The Master follows the unique formula developed at Pollenzo, with classroom teaching complemented by trips to vineyards and wineries and meetings with leading figures from Italian and international enology, culture and agronomy. Wine is examined from a historical, cultural and environmental perspective, as well as technical and agricultural.
What is gastronomy? Despite its short history, gastronomy is a concept that has often been debated, discussed, and disregarded. At UNISG, gastronomy is an approach to studying food through diversity. It is about understanding that knowledge exists in the mind and in the body, and that our identity, emotions, and senses are also tools for learning about food. Gastronomy acknowledges that food is simultaneously symbolic and physical, political and poetic, environmental and political.
The Master's Degree in Hospitality Management is a graduate program geared towards providing high-level professionals relevant skills in effective decision-making skills and human relations. This program has the purpose of student's full develop of managerial talent, in order for it to serve as the basis for interacting effectively and efficiently in an increasingly changing environment.
Students will gain knowledge and skills necessary for hotel, resort, restaurant, and casino industry management.
Students in the Master's in Hospitality Management program will attain the capacity to run an organization effectively and also the option to specialize in the following area:
Specialization in Gastronomy and Restaurant Management