International Hospitality Management BA(Hons) final year student, Andrew Selwyn, on his favourite part of his course – the Culinary Arts Studio:
“My favourite part of the first two years of my course was my time in the Culinary Arts Studio (CAS).
“Going into the third year I knew I would miss it, so when I was asked to help in the CAS as a student ambassador, I jumped at the chance. The skills I had learnt from my year in placement were combined with my skills from the first two years, and I found myself taking on a teacher style role, with overseeing. I was also able to offer advice to the first and second years. Continue reading
The Culinary Arts Studio retained its ‘Very Good’ Food Hygiene Rating when inspectors visited this month.
The Food Hygiene Rating Scheme (FHRS) helps consumers choose where to eat out or shop for food by giving them information about the hygiene standards in restaurants, takeaways and food shops.
We’re delighted to have again met the very high standards required.
The Culinary Arts Studio (CAS) at the School of Sport and Service Management has recently been expanded to provide more productive space for students studying hospitality.
The expansion has provided an exciting new concept – the CASBar. The CASBar is a purpose built coffee and take-away food outlet which offers students a realistic working environment where they can contextualise their studies in a live case study operation. Continue reading