Bartosz Paniaczyk

Bartosz Paniaczyk, Poland

“Professors ensure individual lectures if necessary for us, thanks to it we can better understand the
curriculum. Aspira helped us to find the accommodation in the new student hotel. Also, we have been
encouraged to spend free time in active way for example in the gym.”


Aleksey Kondulukov, Russia

“Aspira is full of innovative ideas and has a great potential. Individual approach ensures that no one is left behind and good atmosphere keeps students motivated.”

Eva Stockhausen

Eva Stockhausen, Germany

“The lectures are held similarly to the ones of my college in Germany,
especially to the one of my bachelor studies (a private college as well): small groups, close contact between students and professors and interactive lectures. I had a great time in Croatia, and I am happy that I choose Aspira and Split as a place to study at and will never forget this experience.”


Rebecca Allen, USA

“I was a bit nervous to start my Masters Degree in a new country, but the people at Aspira
have made every step of the process easy and enjoyable. The administration is very accommodating; they helped me organize my documents and application. I am enjoying the professors, they are very helpful, enthusiastic and teach up to the minute theories and practical knowledge. Studying at Aspira is exceeding my every expectation! “


Ji Hoon Ryu, South Korea

“I love the fact that Aspira study program is focused more on polishing practical skills than getting theoretical knowledge. I also appreciate that Aspira is very well-connected with major players on Croatian gastro and wine scene. I was happy to collaborate at events like ‘Tuna, Sushi & Wine Festival’ in Zadar and ‘Adriatic Gastroshow’ in Split. When I was only a 1st year student, Aspira has already introduced me to top Croatian chefs. The highlight of my 1st year of study at Aspira was our gastro study trip to Istria, where we enjoyed visiting interesting restaurants and wine cellars. As our professors are really trying hard to show us how things look in ‘real life’, at our workshops we often visit places like craft breweries, fish markets, kitchens of famous restaurants, hotels etc.“

Read the full interview with Ji Hoon here.