This September, Institut Paul Bocuse welcomed its first ever cohorts to their new Bachelor in International Culinary Arts Management course at their partner campus at the Siberian Federal University in Russia.
Thirty-nine students have enrolled on the Bachelor in Culinary Arts course and will spend three years at the new school in Krasnoyarsk, preparing to become future managers in the fields of cuisine, pastry and culinary events.
At the end of this 3-year programme of study, students will qualify with a double degree in International Culinary Arts Management from Institut Paul Bocuse. The university hopes to train up to 50 students per year with the ambition of making Krasnoyarsk the capital of Russian gastronomy.
Institut Paul Bocuse was founded in Lyon, France, nearly three decades ago and trains more than 1,000 students each year, representing 55 nationalities studying on 10 international campuses (Singapore, Peru, South Korea, Japan, China, Guatemala, Finland, Reunion Island, France and Russia).
Step inside the sparkling new facility in the video below:
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