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The earlier you apply for a course the greater the possibility of enrolling in the course of your choice- and at the time you prefer. We would recommend students, especially international students, to apply at least 2 - 3 months before the commencement of the course except students from China (mainland) which are required to apply at least 3 - 4 months in order to allow the school to assist them in applying for an education visa.
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Full-time students are required to study 18 hours per week over 4 or 5 days per week. Each level can be completed within 10-11 weeks. Please refer to the Academic Calendar for exact dates.
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Enrollment for weekday class: classes are scheduled on Monday-Friday - 18 hours per week
- Morning session: 8:30 hrs.-11:30 hrs.
- Afternoon session: 12:30 hrs.-15:30 hrs.
- Evening session: 16:00 hrs.- 19:00 hrs.
No, as all the course are taught in English, and translated into Thai for Thai students.
However, there are some French culinary terms and specialized vocabulary used for certain cooking techniques and methods which you might need to know.
We would recommend students really interested in learning the French terms to buy a French Culinary Dictionary prior to enrolling.
You are NOT required to provide an English language proficiency test score.
However, you will need intermediate level English language skills in listening, speaking and writing to be able to learn effectively and communicate with your Chef Instructors and classmates.
After a week or so, you should receive a ‘Letter of Offer’ through the post which includes payment details.
If you don’t receive your letter within a couple of weeks, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or Tel (66) 0 2237-8877.
You have options for paying your fees through online payment using Visa, MasterCard, Bank transfer, or at the Student Services Department.
You can download the "Payment Detail" for more about payment methods.
Yes, you can pay your course in installments. We can only discuss your personal tuition fee situation with you unless we have received your written ‘Partial Payment/Installment Registration Form’; as an international student you must pay a minimum of 50% of the tuition fee along with uniform and tool kit fees at or before enrolment or the deadline set by the school, and any overdue balance must be settled before the term starts.
The full payment must be made at least 6 weeks before the Orientation Day, otherwise students will NOT be allowed to commence their studies.
All payments must be made by bank transfer or credit cards (Thai Baht only).
Please note that cash will not be accepted during the enrolment period.
No. Le Cordon Bleu Dusit does not provide financing for courses, but Le Cordon Bleu International does offer scholarship opportunities: The (IACP) Foundation Scholarship Awards Programme and The James Beard Foundation Scholarship Programme.
For full details of these scholarship awards and how to apply please visit Le Cordon Bleu London.
The school offers many full-time courses and short courses:-
30 weeks or 9 months in total. As you know, our Classic Cycle program is completed over 3 x 10 week terms – Basic, Intermediate and Superior levels. Students, who satisfactorily complete all three levels in cuisine or patisserie, will be eligible for the Le Cordon Bleu Diplôme de Cuisine or Diplôme de Pâtisserie.
Students can also choose to study both Cuisine and Patisserie courses at the same time in order to receive Le Cordon Bleu’s famous Grand Diplôme. In doing so, you will be studying 36 hours a week so you need to be fit and healthy and highly motivated to do this.
If you hold a single entry visa and you want to leave Thailand during its validity period, you have to obtain a re-entry permit which will allow you to re-enter without losing your education visa.
For more information, please contact us at email@example.com or the Student Services Office.
If you are not a Thai citizen or a permanent resident of Thailand, you must obtain an education visa to study in Thailand.
However, the school also accepts anyone who has Non-Immigrant “B”, or Non-Immigrant “O” or “Tourist” visa to take courses at Le Cordon Bleu Dusit but each student has to be responsible for any visa extension.
This is the official document issued by Thai Ministry of Education (MOE) that allows foreign students to study in Thailand.
International students must submit the letter along with the required documentations for applying for an education visa at the Thai Consulate/Embassy in their countries before entering Thailand.
Le Cordon Bleu Dusit is located in the well-known Silom area which is actually the central business district of Bangkok and is very close to the BTS sky train and MRT subway train stations. So we are very conveniently located. Bangkok is one of the most affordable capital cities in the world and decent accommodation can be found easily.
Sample price of living expenses per month:
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