Le Cordon Bleu Australia offers a passport to a vibrant and exciting career in hospitality, culinary arts & tourism.
Le Cordon Bleu's prestigious qualifications enable graduates with the right blend of passion, drive and commitment to reach the top of their chosen profession. Graduates leave with a world renowned qualification that differentiates them from the crowd.
Le Cordon Bleu retains only the highest-qualified academic staff whose many years of leadership in hotel and hospitality management reflect a deep understanding of the challenges faced with a career in this exciting industry.
Top 10 reasons to join Le Cordon Bleu
- Gain an internationally recognised qualification
With over 50 schools globally, the Le Cordon Bleu network is unsurpassed at providing graduates with the best platform to launch an international career. Our graduates leave with the competitive advantage of internationally recognised qualifications that come with the blue ribbon seal of approval.
- Learn from some of Australia’s most talented hospitality educators
At Le Cordon Bleu, we pride ourselves on employing educators who are at the top of their field, to ensure the education our students receive is not only state-of-the-art, but of the highest quality possible.
- Open the door to an international career
If you dream of being able to travel the world with your career, then our qualifications can help you open the door of respected hospitality establishments around the world.
- Academic material developed exclusively by experts in their field
Developed by our own expert educators and select partner institutions, our academic material provides students with up to date, well researched and practical knowledge. From Diplomas through to Bachelor and Master Degrees, our educators have designed course content specific to each program’s needs.
- Create an international network of contacts
Le Cordon Bleu welcomes students from over 70 countries and provides a network of global relationships that can be developed throughout their studies and beyond in the workplace. In addition, our network of global partners and Alumni ensures that wherever graduates travel, a Le Cordon Bleu connection is never far away.
- Gain industry experience with practical application of your education
To prepare students for the workplace, Le Cordon Bleu believes it is vital to gain practical experience as part of their education. As an essential part of the curriculum, industry placement supports the vital theory learnt in the classroom with practical experience.
- Choose from several campuses, both in Australia and overseas
Students who choose to study with Le Cordon Bleu have the choice of 40 different schools across the globe to complete their culinary arts education, from Sydney to Paris to London to Tokyo and more.
- Choose from a range of educational options, from Diplomas to Degrees to Master’s
Our expertise in the fields of cuisine, hotel and restaurant management and gastronomy, has meant we are able to offer education at every level, from Diplomas to Master degrees.
- Benefit from over 120 years of experience and learning
Founded in 1895, Le Cordon Bleu to this day remains an industry leader in French culinary arts, gastronomic education and international hotel management and hospitality. Our programs are internationally recognised, allowing graduates the opportunity to travel and build a world-class career of distinction.
- Join a global alumni base of Le Cordon Bleu graduates
At Le Cordon Bleu, your association with our school doesn’t stop at your graduation, we have a rapidly expanding network of our alumni spread across the world, ready to connect and support each other.
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Le Cordon Bleu Australia courses are provided under the Federal government Tuition Protection Scheme (TPS) (as per the compliance requirements of the ESOS Act) and ACPET ASTAS (as per the compliance requirements of the VET Quality Framework, the Higher Education Standards Framework and the Higher Education Support Act 2003).
Last Updated 6 January 2015