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Royal Academy of Culinary Arts graduates 118 new chefs

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Press Release — Under the patronage of Emilija Georgieva, Switzerland’s ambassador to Jordan, the Royal Academy of Culinary Arts (RACA) held its 13th graduation ceremony on Saturday at the King Hussein Business Park Auditorium, a press statement said. اضافة اعلان

The ceremony saw the graduation of 118 new chefs.

Chairman of RACA’s Board of Trustees Wajih Oweis was present during the event alongside the Hilton Dead Sea Resort & Spa General Manager Bill Dewell, and graduates’ family members and RACA’s management, faculty, and employees.

Oweis addressed attendees and congratulated graduates on their achievements, and encouraged them to start their careers in the culinary industry and to become active youth in the development of the hospitality sector in Jordan.

The Royal Academy of Culinary Arts is a Technical University College, established in 2008 following the vision of His Majesty King Abdullah to raise the level of education in the tourism and hospitality sector, and reorient young men and women toward education related to the technical market.

RACA is a Certified Member of the Network of EHL-certified Schools and offers a four-year Bachelor’s Degree in Food & Beverage Management and a two-year Diploma in Culinary Arts.

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