AcademicsNew educational partnership inked with Zadk Culinary Institute

Culinary Arts Academy Switzerland has signed a strategic partnership with Zadk Culinary Institute to provide support in the implementation and launch of the institute’s flagship campus in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia.

This collaboration will provide students of Zadk Culinary Institute an opportunity to receive an international education and practical training, that will enhance their hospitality education experience and provide them with a more comprehensive training in the global culinary field. 

Students who have successfully completed a two-year Diploma in Culinary Arts with Zadk Culinary Institute will be able to progress towards the completion of the Bachelor of Arts (Honours)at Culinary Arts Academy Switzerland.

The MoU was signed by Swiss Education Group’s Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Florent Rondez Chief Academic Officer, Mr. Emanuel Donhauser and Mrs. Rania Moualla, Chairperson at Zadk Culinary Institute. Also in attendance at the signing ceremony were Mr. Salman Gasim, Chief Executive Officer at Swiss Hospitality Company, Mr. Abdulsalam Alkuwaity, Senior Consultant, and Ms. Leena Nasser, Executive Director at Chopra Institute.

“We are privileged to have this academic collaboration with Culinary Arts Academy Switzerland. This partnership will not only allow our students to gain quality training, experience and fast-track into their courses at an advanced level, but it will also give them access to greater career prospects in the F&B and hospitality industries,” said Mrs. Rania Moualla, Chairperson of Zadk Culinary Institute. 

With this partnership, Culinary Arts Academy Switzerland will also offer academic support and guidance to Zadk Culinary Institute to ensure that the modules and programmes at Zadk Culinary Institute are relevant to industry standards. Both institutions will have regular academic exchange visits to share best teaching practices, conduct workshops and masterclasses.  

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