IMI welcomes new culinary lecturer

22 March 2017

We are delighted to welcome Chef Cemil Dalyan to the teaching staff of our International Culinary Arts programme...

IMI's degree programme in International Culinary Arts aims to provide students with a wide-range of culinary skills and influences.

To do so, we look to employ talented chef lecturers who bring with them a variety of backgrounds and industry experience.

It is with great pleasure that we welcome Chef Cemil Dalyan to the team who joins us as s Culinary Lecturer.

Chef Dalyan, of Turkish and Australian nationality, brings with him great experience in some of the world's leading kitchens.

With a Swiss degree in Hotel and Restaurant Management as well as a Culinary Diploma from Australia, he should be well-placed to be able to relate to our culinary students. 

Having worked professionally in Turkey, Dubai, Australia and Switzerland, he has over eight years’ experience with the world-renowned Hyatt Hotels Group.

Chef Dalyan also has experience working as a Head Chef for a leading catering company in Australia where he was responsible for managing a team of 30 people.

We are confident that Chef Dalyan will prove a valuable addition to our culinary team and look forward to seeing (and tasting) some of the creations he helps our students produce...

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