Study program: Gastronomy

  • Discover the art of gastronomy, exploring the rich traditions, culinary techniques and innovative trends shaping the world of food and drink
  • Develop your culinary skills, creativity and business acumen as you learn from industry professionals and gain experience in our state-of-the-art facilities

  • Join a community of aspiring chefs, food enthusiasts and industry experts, fostering an environment where you can exchange ideas, network and explore culinary innovation together
  • Discover global flavors and expand your culinary horizons through international study tours and cultural exchanges, experiencing different culinary traditions and gaining a global perspective on gastronomy

Academic title:

  • Bachelor in Gastronomy
  • Bachelor in Gastronomy


  • 4 years
  • 240 ECTS

Head of Department

Detailed study program

Semester 1

Code Name Mandatory / Elective ECTS
G101 Economics of Tourism and Hospitality M 7
G102 Commodity knowledge with nutritional science M 7
G103 Basics of law with tourism law M 8
G104 Basics of cooking M 8

Semester 2

Code Name Mandatory / Elective ECTS
G201 Techniques of service M 7
G202 Microbiology of food and beverages M 7
G203 Foreign language A1 (French) M 7
G2XX Elective E 6
  Practical work M 3

Business Informatics


Enterprise Economics



Semester 3

Code Name Mandatory / Elective ECTS
G301 Standardization in tourism and hospitality M 8
G302 Restaurant management M 7
G303 Business communication M 7
G304 Foreign language A2 (French) M 8

Semester 4

Code Name Mandatory / Elective ECTS
G401 Nutritionism M 7
G402 Management information systems in catering M 7
G403 National cuisine M 7
G4XX Elective E 6
  Practical work M 3

Principles of public administration

Banking operations

Safety in tourism

Human resource Management

Fundamentals of Management

Promotional activities

Psychology in tourism and hospitality

Tourist geography

Communications in tourism

Semester 5

Code Name Mandatory / Elective ECTS
G5XX Elective E 6
G5XX Elective E 6
G5XX Elective E 6
G5XX Elective E 6
G5XX Elective E 6

Information and communication technologies

Management in tourism and hospitality

Cultural heritage

Sociology of tourism


Business Mathematics


Food and culture

Sales channels

Marketing research

Financial markets and institutions

Sustainable development of tourism

Organizing congresses and meetings

Nutrition psychology

Strategic management

Tourist destination

Management accounting

Insurance in tourism and hospitality


Methods for testing the quality of food and beverages

Agreements in international trade

Logistics systems

Business Operations Research

Traffic in tourism

Semester 6

Code Name Mandatory / Elective ECTS
G601 Sensory analysis of food M 7
G602 Dietetics M 7
G603 Bar and bar operations M 7
G6HH Elective E 6
  Practical work M 3

Health tourism

Environment and tourism

Animations in tourism

International Management

Travel agencies

Marketing in tourism

Information systems in tourism


Semester 7

Code Name Mandatory / Elective ECTS
G701 Bakery and confectionery M 7
G702 Foreign language B M 7
G703 Gastronomic tourism M 7
G7XX Elective E 6
  Practical work M 3

Valorization of tourist resources

Agency work

Administrative law

Corporate financial management

Strategies of integrated market communication

Business Law

Business planning

Organizational learning

Foreign language B

Social pathology


Semester 8

Code Name Mandatory / Elective ECTS
G801 Management of food production in hospitality M 6
G6HH Elective E 6
G8XX Elective E 6
G8XX Elective E 6
G802 Graduate thesis M 6

Insurance in agriculture

Hotel engineering

Development economics

Obligatory right

Knowledge management

Tourism development policy

Commercial law

Career opportunities

With our Diploma in Gastronomy, you’ll open up a world of exciting career opportunities. There are four key areas where your degree can lead you:

  • Head chef: Graduates can build a career as a head chef, leading culinary teams and managing the processes of prestigious restaurants, hotels or resorts. They oversee menu development, ensure quality control and create exceptional kitchen experiences.
  • Food and Beverage Manager: With a solid foundation in gastronomy and business management, graduates can develop as food and beverage managers. They oversee the overall operations of food and beverage facilities, including menu planning, inventory management, staff supervision, and providing exceptional customer service.
  • Culinary Entrepreneur: The program prepares students with the knowledge and skills to start their own culinary ventures. Whether opening a restaurant, catering service or other food business, students can apply their creativity and culinary expertise to create unique experiences in the kitchen and build successful culinary businesses.
  • Consultant: Graduates can work as food and beverage consultants, providing expert advice to restaurants, hotels and other hospitality businesses. They assist in menu development, concept creation, cost optimization and enhancing overall guest experiences, helping businesses thrive in the competitive culinary industry.

These are just a few of the exciting career paths that await you with a degree in gastronomy. The possibilities are endless, and your degree will open the doors to a fulfilling professional journey.