For more than a century, Le Cordon Bleu has enabled aspiring culinary professionals to turn their ambitions into reality. Nowadays we offer a wide range of culinary arts, wine, management and hospitality programmes. Regardless of your background, by graduating with Le Cordon Bleu, you’ll become part of a great tradition of excellence, with credentials that will set you apart from the competition in a demanding and changing industry.
Le Cordon Bleu New Zealand programmes start students on a journey that inspires excellence, creativity, innovation, and personal enrichment allowing them to embark on to successful careers or personal pursuits. Graduates become part of a great tradition of excellence, with credentials that will set them apart from the competition in a demanding and changing environment.
Find out more about our wide range of culinary and hospitality programmes and courses by selecting either your preferred category or location.
An intensive and comprehensive programme in classic French culinary techniques, combining our Diplôme de Pâtisserie and Diplôme de Cuisine, Le Grand Diplôme® is considered the passport to a world of career opportunities.
Discover the art of Pâtisserie. Courses range from specialized ateliers, basic through advanced levels of pastry and confectionary craft making, plated and boutique style desserts, world delicacies and precise decorating techniques.
From running your own Hotel or Resort, Restaurant, Café or Boutique business, our diploma and degree programmes instill operational, supervisory and management knowledge, skills and application in the hospitality and food industries.
For beginners, gourmet enthusiasts or those wanting to be the best house party host, a wide range of courses have been designed to satisfy the time and budget conscious. A great way to experience first-hand the world of Le Cordon Bleu.
A range of culinary and higher education programmes are offered to expand one’s knowledge, create opportunities, advance careers or take them in new directions, enhance skills, and encourage new ways of thinking and understanding.