A masters is earned after students complete an undergraduate degree program. To obtain a masters, you usually need to complete 12 to 18 college courses that often involve completing comprehensive tests and/or a thesis.
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Designed for people seeking an innovative model of cuisine based on the knowledge of traditional Italian products and Slow Food’s philosophy. The Master combines both sciences and humanities to develop knowledge of food products and how they are produced. Featuring classes with famous Italian chefs and important personalities in the world of Gastronomy, the program integrates lectures, study trips around Italy, and internship experiences in Italian Slow Food osterias and restaurants. [+]
In 2014 the Pollenzo Cookery School, developed by the University of Gastronomic Sciences in collaboration with Slow Food, will organize two one-year Master programs in the Slow Art of Italian Cuisine. The structure and syllabus will be the same for both courses, the only difference being that the first will be taught in Italian and the second in English:From September 2016 – in Italian From January 2017 – in English
Each course will be open to a maximum of 20 students and will be taught in the Corte Albertina in Pollenzo, next to the other UNISG buildings. Cookery School students will study in a unique environment, in close contact with undergraduate, postgraduate, Master and Advanced Apprenticeship students from all over the world. They will also be able to attend university events and lectures and take part in activities open to the other students.... [-]