JOURNEY TO WORLD FLAVORS BEGINS AT IZMIR UNIVERSITY OF ECONOMICS
Izmir University of Economics (IUE) Department of Culinary Arts and Management is getting ready to train the young chefs who can learn the exquisite flavors of Turkish and Aegean cuisine, and promote it to the whole world. The prospective students will start their education under the guidance of famous chefs after an aptitude test, a test only administered by IUE Department of Culinary Arts and Management. The deadline for pre-registrations is set as July 23.
Prospective students, who obtained a raw score of at least 140.000 and above in any score type of YGS (Transition to Higher Education Exam), will be able to pre-register. Following that the first of the two-step exam will be conducted on July 27. After the written exam, students will be interviewed on July 28-29. The results will be announced on July 30, and registrations will take place on August 4-5. 50 students will be admitted to the department where young chefs will learn about the finest details on Turkish and world cuisine. 5 out of 50 of these students will have full; another 10 will have 25% scholarships.
Asst. Prof. Dr. Betül Öztürk, Acting Director of IUE School of Applied Management Sciences, pointed that their aim was to train chefs and prospective chefs who had good command of worldwide cuisine culture. Öztürk also mentioned that the graduates would be employed at tourism and accommodation sectors, and that successful students would get a chance to perform internship at Michelin starred restaurants in Lyon, France every year. Öztürk stated the following about the culinary arts:
“We aim to train individuals who will be equipped with theoretical and practical information on culinary arts. The first two years of a four-year education focus on business administration and management. Students also take courses on accommodation industry during this time and have sectorial information. The third and fourth years, they get to practice what they learn. During this time, students have hands-on training on famous world cuisines in addition to theoretical foundation of culinary arts.”
‘Turkish Cuisine Becomes Global’
Öztürk reminded that international collaborations allow students to perform their internship at Michelin starred restaurants, and give them an opportunity to promote Turkish Cuisine. Öztürk indicated that prospective students who obtained a raw score of at least 140.000 and above in any score type of YGS will be able to pre-register.
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