Le Cordon Bleu
Le Cordon Bleu’s tradition of excellence began in 1895 when our first school opened in Paris. Today we continue that proud tradition at 35 institutes in 20 countries across the world with a reputation built on delivering superior, industry-relevant programmes with a perfect mix of practical and theoretical training.
For over 120 years, Le Cordon Bleu has been a global leader in culinary, wine and hospitality education. By continuously evolving to meet the changing demands of the industry, our philosophy of achieving excellence remains the same.
Internationally recognised as one of the most prestigious and revered cooking schools in the world, our reputation has endured by maintaining industry-relevant programmes utilising innovative new technologies. Our academic programmes are adapted to the future needs of hospitality services, particularly through our privileged partnerships with governments universities, and specialist organisations.
Today, our international network comprises more than 35 institutes in 20 countries with over 20,000 students graduating each year. In Australia, our institutes are located in Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney.
Le Cordon Bleu students join an international network of the world’s finest practitioners, setting the highest standards in both the culinary arts and the hospitality industry.
Le Cordon Bleu has made a worldwide contribution to the conservation of the art of French living and French culture, by setting standards in both the culinary arts and the hospitality industry.