Le Cordon Bleu is all about teaching the fundamental techniques in culinary arts (cuisine, pastry and boulangerie), wine,nutrition or management to make sure each of our students succeed in life. We believe that by learning the classical method of a speciality you'll then be able to apply and adapt it to your future career. Let us introduce you the seven reasons why we believe you should study at Le Cordon Bleu in London.
"Once you have mastered a technique, you barely have to look at a recipe again" Julia Child
1. Gain one of the industry's most internationally recognised qualifications
A Le Cordon Bleu diploma is one that is recognized and respected by culinary professionals and is considered to be synonymous with outstanding quality. Developed by our own experts, our academic material provides students with up to date, well researched and practical knowledge – in line with what is required in today’s professional world.
Le Cordon Bleu London school boasts some of the most advanced facilities and equipment to prepare you for tomorrow’s culinary world. The equipment available in our school allows our students to learn classical French, international and modernist cuisines. It includes:
self-contained work stations incorporating induction range and preparation area for each student
digital sous-vide water baths
multi-zone convection ovens
fully equipped bakery kitchens with retarder/proofers and stone based deck ovens
tandoori and duck ovens
professional wine tasting room
4. Become part of an international network
With an ever increasing number of schools, being part of the Le Cordon Bleu family will open you up to an international network of contacts, and friends. Our network is unsurpassed at providing graduates with the best platform to launch an international career. Every year we welcome over 100 different nationalities to the school.
5. Live and study in one of the most exciting cities in the world
Le Cordon Bleu London is located in one of the most innovative and dynamic cities in the world. London is widely considered to be one of the gastronomic capitals of the world, attracting some of the most exciting chefs to work in the growing culinary and hospitality industries. A city that seamlessly blends classic and modern styles, the diversity of London is reflected in the ever evolving food scene.
6. 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, wine and hospitality. Our programmes are internationally recognised, allowing graduates the opportunity to travel and build a world-class career of distinction.