MSc Food Design and Innovation awarded accreditation

>>MSc Food Design and Innovation awarded accreditation

Institute of Hospitality accredits new programme at Ulster University

The Institute of Hospitality is delighted to confirm that accreditation has been awarded to a new MSc Food Design and Innovation programme offered by Ulster University.

“Ulster University is delighted to add its MSc Food Design and Innovation to its list of Institute of Hospitality accredited programmes. The course is aimed at professionals seeking to exploit business opportunities in the food and drink and hospitality industry and is delivered by experts in the Food and Drink Business Development Centre” said Professor Una McMahon-Beattie, Head of Department of Hospitality and Tourism Management at Ulster University Business School.

Course Director, Dr Lynsey Hollywood, added “This two-year, part-time course allows learners to continue their day-to-day professional life, and involves a variety of creative assessment methods including, professional conversations, a live design project, videography, information audits and sensory trials. Also, what’s really exciting about this course is the opportunity to access our cutting-edge facilities like our new Consumer Insight Lab which hosts the only Virtual Reality convenience store on the island of Ireland and our award-winning Food and Consumer Sensory Testing Suite used for sensory testing and product development”.

For further information visit: Ulster University Business School.

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By | 2021-03-16T10:55:22+00:00 March 16th, 2021|Accreditation, Education, Higher education, Learning, Quality Assurance|