The President of GMIT, Dr Fergal Barry, congratulated a team of culinary and hospitality students from Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT) who won the inaugural GMIT International Cook Serve Challenge on Wednesday.
WIT also won Best Main course, best dessert and best Kitchen Overall Award.
The GMIT International Cook Serve Competition showcased the highest standards in international hospitality services: explored, integrated ideas and concepts: communicated through food and courteous service.
The WIT team were Tony Barry (Culinary Coach), John Devereux, Jason Condrun, Jack Brown, Mary Cronin, Colette Gahan, and Laura Nugent, with restaurant students Ray Cullen (Restaurant service coach), Kathlyn Leahy, Mark Mernagh, Philip Erskine, Alex Wisniewska, Adrian Zganiacz.
WIT offers a rang of courses in Culinary Arts and Hospitality. Click on our courses section for a full range of options.
Related CoursesBachelor of Arts (Honours) in in Culinary Arts
Higher Certificate in Arts in Culinary Arts
Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Hospitality Management
Higher Certificate in Arts in Hospitality Studies