Welcome Jonas!

09 February 2018

We were delighted to welcome new culinary lecturer Karl Jonas Grip to our kitchen team...

They say an army marches on its stomach and at IMI it's certainly true that our students rely on their daily nourishment to study effectively. 

We were therefore delighted to welcome new culinary lecturer Karl Jonas Grip to our International Culinary Arts programme lecture team. 

Chef Jonas, of Swedish and Australian nationality, will work as a Culinary Lecturer and brings with him a wealth of both teaching and industry experience.

Most recently working as Executive Chef and Head of Culinary Arts Studies at IMI partner school SWISSAM, he has held positions in restaurants across the world including Russia, Australia, Singapore, Thailand and Sweden.

These international culinary travels mean he brings a vast knowledge of different cultures' flavours and ingredients which will no doubt be of great benefit to our students.

Among many notable customers, Chef Jonas had the honour of cooking for the King of Sweden on his 50th birthday. We have no doubt that the food he produces with our culinary arts students will be fit for royalty!

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