Tradition and avant-garde
For ages, the spanish cuisine has been marked by the homemade recipes that were transmitted from father to son. Due to history, climate and geography, the culinary differences between the various regions of Spain were increasing every day and today, those different types of cuisine let us enjoy a wide variety of products and a high quality elaborations. Thanks to a continuous development driven earlier by traditions and, today, by the cuisine d’authore, the Spanish Cuisine has gain a great interest for the rest of the world.
It’s a nine-month programme composed of three certificates: Basic, Intermediate and Superior. This is the most interesting option for those who want to study in the least possible time. With a 30 weeks length, usually, students have 2 demonstration sessions and 2 practical sessions (each lasting 3h) per week. The schedule at which students may take the classes vary from 8.30 a.m. to 7.00 p.m. There is also the possibility of taking the Basic Certificate in intensive schedule starting in summer.
Spanish Cuisine Certificates
Many students decide not to enroll directly to the Diploma and they prefer to start with the Basic Certificate, named as Foundations of Spanish Cuisine. Once it is finished, you could continue with the Intermediate and Superior levels to obtain the Diploma. Each certificate lasts for 120 hours.
426 hours (3 certificates)
Intakes per year: January, April, July and October
Language: Spanish // English (simultaneous translation system through earphones)
Schedule: standard, weekend and intensive (only Basic Certificate)