One of the main goals of Gastronomy study program at Aspira University College in Split and Zagreb is creating top-quality…
of students in practical training
of students started working or continued their education after graduating from Aspira
increase in the turnover of restaurants in the first quarter compared to last year
Why study in Split?
The history of Split dates 1700 years back, when it was chosen by the Roman emperor Diocletian as a place to build his palace resort.Diocletian´s Palace is protected by UNESCO and it is unique example in the world although the palace is a kind of the lifeblood of the city, it is still not the only thing Split has to offer.
The town is extremly attractive for tourists and it has more than 2700 hours of a sunshine a year. The people of Split always say that Split is the most beautiful city and that its women are the most beatiful women in the world, any many tourists tend to agree after taking a walk around its streets and alleys.
The city is located in the warmest part of the Mediterranean, at the foot of the marjan forest, with beutiful pebble beaches around it. It is rich in tourist and gastronomic offer, as well as sporting and cultural events.