SRUC

The Hospitality industry is the third biggest employer in the UK

In Scotland, the tourism industry employs more than 200,000 people, making it one of the largest employment sectors in the country.

Hospitality and professional cookery are essential parts of this industry and our courses are designed to allow students to fulfil their potential by developing excellent culinary skills.

Many of our students have gone on to find employment as a chef or commis chef in prestigious hotels and restaurants, food manufacture or catering companies, while others now run their own establishments.

The flexibility of the skills learned on our courses also has worldwide appeal, offering students the possibility of working in establishments outside of the UK including worldwide travel on board cruise ships.

 

 

Studying Professional Cookery at SRUC

Find out more about studying at SRUC

Fees & funding

Funding is available to help you complete your studies, including bursaries to pay your tuition fees and loans to help with maintenance and travel costs.

Fees & funding

Open days

Although our campuses are currently closed, you can still find out about life and learning at SRUC by joining one of our virtual open days. You will be taken to our old website to make your booking.

Book onto an open day

Download our prospectus

Find out more about all of the courses we have on offer at SRUC.

Download a prospectus

Explore our other services

SRUC isn't just home to a first-class land-based education. It also delivers world-class research and expert, tailored business advice. 

SAC Consulting

Cost-effective advice and support for land-based businesses and the rural economy.
Business Services

Research at SRUC

Innovative research teams supporting the rural economy, communities and environment.
Research services

Newsletter

Want to keep up to date with the latest SRUC news? Sign up to our fortnightly newsletter and we'll send the highlights straight to your inbox. 

You'll be taken back to our old website to register. 

Sign up to SRUC News