Passionate about preparing, cooking, service and great food? We’ll teach you the skills you need to launch the career you always wanted!
Learn in our industry standard kitchens and practise your skills in our very own HSDC Restaurant on South Downs Campus.
Our courses open up a world of opportunities within Hospitality & Catering. You’ll have the opportunity to cook alongside critically acclaimed guest chefs, participate in national competitions and hone your skills in our very own restaurant. All these experiences will help you gain the skills that you need to prepare for employment, moving you closer to your dream career.
Follow us on Instagram to see what delicious delights our current students are cooking up! @hsdc_restaurant
Please note that our Hospitality & Catering courses are only available at our South Downs Campus.
Click here to see when guest chefs Steve Groves and alumni Tom Peters from Roux at Parliament Square cooked alongside our students. This is just one of many opportunities we give our students here at HSDC!
Want to see Insta worthy food? Follow us to see what our Catering & Hospitality students cook up whilst working in our onsite restaurant (which happens to be rated 4.5/5 on TripAdvisor!).
Don’t take our word for it, head over to TripAdvisor to see what the general public have to say about their dining experience in The Restaurant. Whilst you’re there, why not book a table and see for yourself?
I focused and worked hard to get the grades. I had some support from my lecturer during a stressful time. The college is really good and supportive.Natasha Boerer, BTEC student
"I am delighted with my results and am really looking forward to studying Law at Oxford University. I really enjoyed my time at HSDC Alton and I really appreciate all the help and support from my fantastic teachers, without whom I wouldn't have got my place at Oxford."Catherine Goldie, HSDC Alton A Level Student
College has been the best two years of my education. All my teachers were great and amazing, and I think they were the most helpful they could have been.Megan Capaldi-Tallon, A Level student