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Future proofing Ireland's Culinary Talent

Pictured L-R: Ed Spelman, Managing Director at Ballymaguire Foods, Michael Hoey, Managing Director of Country Crest, TU Dublin students, Erin McElwee and Isobel Maher, TU Dublin President, Professor David FitzPatrick and Dr Frank Cullen, Head, School of Culinary Arts and Food Technology at TU Dublin - City Campus. Photo by Mark Maxwell Photography.

08 February, 2019

As TU Dublin - City Campus prepares for an exciting future on the new Grangegorman campus, two of Ireland’s leading food businesses, Country Crest and Ballymaguire Foods, have announced a new partnership with the University.  Building on the legacy of Cathal Brugha Street, a range of culinary programmes at TU Dublin - City Campus will have a new home in the Central Quad at the very heart of the Grangegorman campus from September 2020. Read more...

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