About Le Cordon Bleu
Founded in 1895, Le Cordon Bleu has evolved from a Parisian cooking school to become the
world’s most acclaimed Culinary Arts and Hospitality Management institute. Considered to
be the guardian of French culinary techniques through its programmes that have been the
cornerstone of French gastronomy for over 500 years, Le Cordon Bleu continues to evolve
by combining innovation and creativity with tradition.
Comprising a network of 35 schools around the world, of which 4 in Australia, (Adelaide,
Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney), Le Cordon Bleu enrols some 20,000 students annually. Le
Cordon Bleu graduates enter the culinary and hospitality industries as elite achievers with
qualifications that are recognised and esteemed worldwide.
Why Le Cordon Bleu Australia?
Australia is one of the world's leading destinations for international students with its relaxed lifestyle, multicultural society, friendly people, temperate climate and high quality of education. Australia boasts five of the best cities in the world for students, based on affordability, quality of life and employment opportunities.
Around 2000 students from 20 countries study with Le Cordon Bleu Australia every year at our institutes in Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney, where they enjoy a high quality of life with excellent prospects in the thriving hospitality industry after graduation.