Today, in the first event of its kind, Masterchef Indonesia judge Rinrin Marinka and Le Cordon Bleu Chef, Franck Bruwier will give Indonesian students a taste of what it would be like to become a professional chef.
On the 22nd March, famed international cooking school, Le Cordon Bleu, will launch an online competition to give Taiwanese students the chance to prove their desire to attend the leading culinary arts school in the world.
On the 28th January, Australia placed seventh, ahead of previous winners Belgium and Taiwan, at one of cooking’s most respected international competitions - la Coupe du Monde de la Patisserie, or Pastry World Cup, in France.
On December 18 2012, Le Cordon Bleu - the world’s largest provider of culinary and hospitality education has expanded its commitment in Taiwan by signing a new joint venture agreement with Worldline International Education Company at Ming Tai High School, the Wufeng Lin Family Garden.
Le Cordon Bleu – one of the world’s largest provider of culinary education – has now officially linked arms with the National Kaohsiung University of Hospitality and Tourism (NKUHT) to deliver Le Cordon Bleu’s internationally famous programs in Taiwan.
British newspaper discusses the Grand Diplôme, careers and the UK Scholarship Award with students, alumni and representatives of Le Cordon Bleu.
Reflecting ongoing changes in the world of food and wine business over recent years, two new specialisations in Food Entrepreneurship and Wine Entrepreneurship are now available and will kick-off in early 2013. Using Northern Adelaide Institute of TAFE’s excellent facilities for wine-making and bottling, brewing, cheese-making, bread-making, small goods and confectionery, these new degrees are all about boutique and entrepreneurial small business.
In May 2012, Le Cordon Bleu Paris welcomed the Taiwanese chain, CTITV. Discover a day in the life of a student, Le Cordon Bleu Chefs, our courses ...
World famous culinary arts and hospitality school, Le Cordon Bleu, in collaboration with Southern Cross University have launched an exciting new online postgraduate degree for ‘foodies,’ the Master of Gastronomic Tourism (MGT). The first cohort for the degree started on Monday (7th May 2012) with more than 25 students enrolled from around Australia and the world.
A group of aspiring chefs and restaurateurs are closer to fulfilling their culinary dreams after being announced as the first Le Cordon Bleu New Zealand scholarship recipients. Le Cordon Bleu New Zealand, the newest Le Cordon Bleu Institute to be opened since the school was founded in Paris in the late nineteenth century, has awarded substantial fee reductions to 15 talented students, to mark its opening in October 2012.