3 COTHM students successfully enrolled at ESHS Spain under study program

College of Tourism & Hotel Management (COTHM) in Pakistan and the Escuela Superior de Hostelería de Sevilla (ESHS) in Spain are delighted to announce a groundbreaking collaboration in the form of a transformative study program. This initiative, facilitated by the Lezama Group, marks a significant milestone in fostering international cooperation in the domains of gastronomy, hospitality, and cultural exchange.

Under this partnership, three students from COTHM Haseeb, Afnan and Ahtisham have been registered in the esteemed Spanish institute, ESHS. The students are currently enrolled in a study program under the mentorship of head chef Juan Atalaya and the supervision of the ESHS team. The collaborative effort has been coordinated with the support from Joaquin Martinez, CEO of the Lezama Group.

The collaboration between COTHM and ESHS is not solely centered around study programme, it also symbolizes a commitment to enriching the educational experiences of students from both institutions. Key areas of focus for the partnership include increasing enrollments from Pakistan, fostering relationships within the Eurhodip member countries, and creating opportunities for Spanish students to explore Pakistani cuisine, hospitality, and culture at COTHM.

COTHM and ESHS Enhances Global Culinary Education

Both institutions express confidence in the mutual benefits that will emerge from this collaboration. COTHM anticipates that its students will gain valuable insights into Spanish gastronomy, hospitality, and culture, becoming ambassadors of goodwill and friendship.

As the collaboration unfolds, the announcement serves as a testament to the commitment, cooperation, and shared vision for the future of international education in the gastronomy and hospitality sectors.

COTHM Mother’s Day Celebration

COTHM Mother’s Day Celebration

The event showcased the culinary talents of COTHM students as they prepared and served a delightful three-course meal for their mothers, who were treated to