The Elia Nuqul Foundation in cooperation with the Royal Academy of Culinary Arts (RACA), managed and operated by the International Hospitality Giant Les Roches, will grant three diploma scholarships in the field of culinary arts to Jordanian underprivileged students.
Ghassan Nuqul, Vice Chairman of the Elia Nuqul Foundation, underscored the important role played by the Academy, with its product offering of an internationally accredited diploma program, that ensures the supply of skilled and qualified professionals to the Jordanian workforce reflecting Elia Nuqul Foundation’s belief in empowering the younger generation and giving them the skills they need to make a strong entrance to the job market.
“ENF aims at strengthening the talents of young students through inspiring them and expanding their horizons. The scholarships that we are granting together with RACA will provide students withnew employment opportunities, distinguished career path and a promising future.” Mr. Nuqul added.
Tamir Shaaban, Public Relations Manager at RACA stated that this agreement comes following the ever growing reputation RACA has acquired over the last two and a half years as a leader which is redefining the conventions of a culinary education in Jordan and the region.
“We are pleased and thankful for this partnership with one of the regions premier foundations. The Elia Nuqul Foundation’s scholarships are an expression of confidence in the Royal Academy of Culinary Arts and its staff,” commented Shaaban. “Our objectives fall in line with those of the industry, as one of our main goals is to have a positive impact on the hospitality sector by providing employable graduates in Jordan.”
RACA has become the benchmark for a culinary arts education in Jordan and the region by implementing the professional method of Swiss education and training. The Academy offers diplomas in culinary arts coupled with the opportunity for students to earn a bachelor’s degree through the Royal Academy of Culinary Arts, by bridging to any of the Les Roches campuses in Switzerland, Spain, and the US.