COLLEGE QUICK FACTS
- Registered students: 22,955
- Apprenticeship seats: 3,338
- Alumni: 142,000+
- Conestoga graduates contribute more than $2.3 billion to the local economy each year.
- Conestoga has campuses and training centres in Kitchener, Waterloo, Guelph, Stratford, Cambridge, Brantford and Ingersoll.
ABOUT THE SCHOOL OF HOSPITALITY AND CULINARY ARTS
Conestoga’s School of Hospitality & Culinary Arts is a leader in culinary and hospitality programming that prepares students for successful careers in Canada’s dynamic tourism industry.
Our programs reflect today’s needs across a wide range of credentials, from apprenticeships and certificate programs to diplomas and graduate certificates.
The School currently has 1000 full-time students in all programs and approximately 200 part-time students.
RESEARCH ACTIVITY : NUTRITION FOR OLDER ADULTS
Conestoga’s School of Hospitality & Culinary Arts hosted the Nutrition in Disguise cooking competition in partnership with the Ontario Centres for Learning, Research & Innovation in Long-term (CLRI) at the Research Institute for Aging where students competed to create nutritionally rich recipes for use in long-term care homes.
The Nutrition in Disguise project focuses on creating nutrient-dense meals by adding healthy ingredients like lentils, wheat germ and tofu to common foods that older adults enjoy.
WHY JOIN THE ALLIANCE ?
Institut Paul Bocuse is recognized worldwide as one of the finest schools that promote the values of Hospitality and Culinary Arts. Being a part of the Alliance was a natural fit for Conestoga College School of Hospitality and Culinary Arts, we teach and cherish the same values. Located just outside of Toronto, adjacent to vineyards, farmland and agriculture, the similarities to Lyon are evident.
We are in the heart of food country.
The Alliance allows our students to interact with students from around the world that share the same passion for their craft.