Requirements for studying Gastronomy and Culinary Arts
To work in this profession, it is recommended that before deciding to study it, you can identify with the following statements
I am passionate about the world of new technologies and especially about applying this technology to the world of cooking.
I have always liked trying different foods and would love to experiment with flavours and ingredients.
I enjoy food and when I go to other places I love to try the typical dishes of the area.
I am concerned that industrial food production is moving away from healthy eating.
Passion for Cooking
I have a passion for cooking and whenever I can, I prepare food for family and friends.
I know how to work in a team, I am an organised person with the ability to lead work groups.
I care about the environment and I would like the agri-food activity to have less impact on it.
"Do you recognise yourself? Then the Gastronomy and Culinary Arts degree is the ideal choice for you."
- Culinary production systems and processes
- Innovation in service and customer care
- National and International Gastronomy
- Raw materials, their nature and products
- Customer care and Service
- Culinary State of the Art
In accordance with the language policy of the Gastronomy Faculty, students must achieve a B1 level in English.
Therefore, it is desirable that students have previously acquired the language skills listed below:
About the Basque, Spanish or English language requirements
- Exceptionally, people with a level equivalent to A2 will be admitted, but by the end of the 1st year they must have reached level B1.
- People whose mother tongue is not Spanish must accredit the DELE B2 level or equivalent.