The 13th class of the Hautes Etudes du Goût (HEG) programme will start on October 9th.

13 Sep 2017

The 13th class of the Hautes Etudes du Goût (HEG) programme will start on October 9th.

Participants from Australia, Brazil, China Costa Rica, France, India, Indonesia, Japan, United States, Singapore, and also for the first time from Romania and Trinidad & Tobago are ready to attend two intense weeks of lectures, visits, workshops and educational meals.

As is the case each year, their very diverse profiles will ensure rich professional and cultural exchanges: sommelier, food journalists and writers, nutritionist, communication and event manager for a culinary school, chefs-restaurateurs, general manager China for a luxury tea brand, academic manager for a hospitality management school,branding/PR consultant and lifestyle events organizer, lawyer, culinary developer in the food industry, marketing manager for a restaurant and winebar group, etc.

All share a common passion and curiosity for the world of taste and gastronomy, which will feed them throughout 15 days of teaching. Among this year's new lectures: “Chefs in museums: is gastronomy a contemporary art like any other?” “2018 food and tableware trends”, a commented visit of a historical neighbourhood in Paris for its food stores and restaurants and “Gastronomy: words, images and representations (the communication of sense and senses)”.

We are most happy to welcome them soon to Le Cordon Bleu Paris institute, then to Reims in Champagne.

 

Institut des Hautes Etudes du Goût, de la Gastronomie et des des Arts de la Table

  • Phone: +33 6 60 46 40 81
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