Hospitality & Culinary Arts | Westminster Kingsway College

Hospitality & Culinary Arts

Hospitality & Culinary Arts

The Hospitality industry is a fast growing area of employment, offering you the chance to work in a range of exciting environments in London, across the UK and around the world. All of our courses will develop your skills, knowledge and experience to help you get the most out of working in this industry. 

With our extensive gastronomic practice and proven excellence, Westminster Kingsway College is committed to innovation and high performance in Hospitality and Culinary Arts. We have enviable links and collaboration with the international hospitality industry, leading chefs associations and principal figures from the world of gastronomy devoted to high quality training and development.

Careers at a glance: Restaurant Manager | Artisan Baker | Sous-Chef | Chocolatier | Front of House Manager | Sommelier | Head Chef | Mixologist | Barista | Waiter/Waitress | Butcher | Hospitality Supervisors | Hotel Manager | Catering Manager | Receptionist | Guest Relations Manager | Executive Housekeeper | Food Manufacturer

“When the School of Hospitality at Westminster Kingsway College was founded one hundred years ago by a committee of academics including eminent chefs Auguste Escoffier and Isidore Salmon, they laid the foundations of the professional training that you see today.”

Higher Education

If you are looking for a Higher Education course, we offer Degrees in Hospitality Management, Tourism Management and Culinary Arts.

Professional Accreditation for Industry

For those who are looking for professional accreditation we offer Hospitality Industry training such as the Personal Licence Holders course and Management Programmes with the Institute of Hospitality

The Vincent Rooms

Studying with us means you will be working in our stunning restaurants, The Vincent Rooms, comprising The Brasserie and Escoffier Room. Get a taste for yourself by booking a table to eat with us.

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