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Le Cordon Bleu Paris named World’s Best Culinary Training Institution by the World Culinary Awards

Le Cordon Bleu Paris, which welcomes over 1000 students every year, has been awarded the title of World’s Best Culinary Training Institution by the World Culinary Awards. Taking place for the second year running, the World Culinary Awards celebrate and reward excellence in the culinary industry around the globe.


The institute is located in exceptional surroundings, alongside the river Seine and just a stone’s throw from the Eiffel Tower. The teaching team features leading Chefs and international gastronomy professionals, including Chef Eric Briffard, One of the Best Craftsmen in France (Meilleur Ouvrier de France - MOF), Executive Chef and Culinary Arts Director. Students benefit from outstanding teaching, combining theory and practical experience.


For over 125 years Le Cordon Bleu network, which encompasses 35 institutes in 20 countries, has been a pioneer in training for the restaurant, hospitality, and tourism industries. Every year, the network trains 20 000 students around the globe. Le Cordon Bleu is committed to disseminating the techniques and expertise inherited from the great names of French cuisine, pastry, boulangerie, wine, and hospitality management.


Le Cordon Bleu network is recognised for its role as a guardian of French culinary techniques. Nowhere is this more clearly demonstrated than in its training programmes, which perpetuate and share the expertise and passion synonymous with the culinary arts: Grand Diplôme® - Diplôme de Cuisine - Diplôme de Pâtisserie – Diploma in Gastronomy, Nutrition and Food Trends – Diploma in Pastry Innovation and Wellness – Diploma in Plant-Based Culinary Arts – Diploma in Culinary Management - Bachelor of Business in Culinary Arts - Bachelor of Business in International Hospitality Management- Wine and Management Diploma – MBA in International Hospitality and Culinary Leadership.

This distinction is even more prestigious given the current health situation, during which Le Cordon Bleu Paris institute has continued to develop new training programmes and welcome students from around the world.