CAN I VISIT GASMA?
Of course!. Remember that you can visit our facilities when you consider it appropriate.
You just have to request a visit at the following link and we will contact you shortly to specify a date that fits your calendar.
This way, you can visit the Campus and experience Gasma first hand.
WHERE IS GASMA LOCATED?
Gasma is located in Castellón de la Plana (Valencian Community) in Spain, Europe. The nearest airport is Valencia International Airport (70 km). Our city is 2 hours by train from Barcelona and just under 3 hours from the capital of Spain, Madrid.
Gasma – Campus Gastronómico
Avenida Enrique Gimeno, 67
12006 Castellón, España, EU
Tel: +34 964 217 649
WHAT CAN I STUDY?
Gasma has a wide academic offer related to the field of gastronomy to respond to the training needs of different levels:
Official Bachelor’s Degree in Gastronomy. 4 years of training. More information.
Postgraduate training: We currently offer 5 master’s degrees with an approximate duration of 10 months between training and internships. Taught only in Spanish. More information.
Professional Diplomas: These are specialized training programs aimed at professionals. We currently offer 2 diplomas with an approximate duration of 5 months of training + internships. Taught only in Spanish. More information.
Expert Titles: These are short, specific and intensive programs designed to update and deepen knowledge. We currently offer 5 expert degrees with a duration of approximately 4 months. Taught only in Spanish. More information.
ARE GASMA AND CARDENAL HERRERA CEU UNIVERSITY THE SAME?
Yes. Gasma is the gastronomy and culinary management campus of CEU-Cardenal Herrera University.
The students of the Bachelor’s Degree in Gastronomy divide their classes between practical and theory lessons.
Practical lessons are taught at Gasma’s facilities, which have professional kitchens, a bakery whorkshop and experiential classrooms.
For theory courses and lessons, students attend the UCH-CEU University of Castellón de la Plana (just 800 meters from Gasma).