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4th-5th October 2014

Le Cordon Bleu will be attending the Australia Future Unlimited education fair in Seoul from the 4-5 October. Now in its 15th year, AFUEE South Korea 2014 will feature a wide selection of Australian educational institutions, giving South Korean students the chance to explore opportunities with many different educators. Students, and their parents, will have the chance to discuss a wide choice of study and training opportunities directly with the schools, to find out the best match for them.
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Le Cordon Bleu explains the technique, step by step, through this basic nougatine recipe that can be reused whatever the circumstances. Adapt this version of nougatine using the ingredients shown in the recipe of your choice.
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From September 27 to October 14 2014.

Le Cordon Bleu schools will take part in a number of fairs in Colombia, Venezuela and Mexico, from September 27 - October 14 2014.
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London Alumnus coming to Sydney

Famous British based Israeli Chef Yotam Ottolenghi, a graduate of Le Cordon Bleu London, will be one of the many famous chefs to come to Sydney for the upcoming Good Food Month in October.
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Welcome to the Student Community

Students of over 70 nationalities come to Le Cordon Bleu with a willingness and enthusiasm to share their cultures. In the hallways of the schools, one hears French, English, Spanish, Portuguese, Korean, Japanese - all expressing a common passion for exellence. In 1995, Le Cordon Bleu Paris welcomed the first ever Chinese government sponsored students from Shanghai. Contributing to this diversity, you will have the opportunity to share your cultural background in a culinary or entrepreneurial context.

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