CONTINUING THE TRADITION OF EXCELLENCE
Le Cordon Bleu Sydney, internationally acclaimed culinary arts educator, celebrates 21 years.
“Many of our alumni are prominent international achievers in the culinary arts and hospitality industry.
The Le Cordon Bleu alumni family includes acclaimed personalities such as Julia Child, JP Anglo, Janice Wong, Gastón Acurio, Giada De Laurentiis and Rachel Khoo.” Lyndsey Jones, Graduate and Alumni Development Manager.
Le Cordon Bleu’s tradition of excellence began in 1895 when its first school opened in Paris. A hundred years later, Le Cordon Bleu arrived on Australian shores.
This year Le Cordon Bleu Australia marks 21 years of delivering worldclass culinary arts and hospitality management education in Sydney. To celebrate this milestone, Le Cordon Bleu will hold a special event with alumni, industry figures, media and staff at the Art Gallery of New South Wales.
The Sydney Institute’s success story began in 1996 when the NSW government invited Le Cordon Bleu to train chefs for the 2000 Sydney Olympics. The Sydney Institute has since grown from six students to around a thousand annually, and its programs have expanded to include the acclaimed Le Cordon Bleu Grand Diplôme (with cuisine and pâtisserie specialisations) and Bachelor of Business degrees in hotel and restaurant management.
Le Cordon Bleu Australia now offers vocational, undergraduate and postgraduate programs across four campuses, in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth, with more than 2500 students enrolling annually.
International Alumni Network
Le Cordon Bleu’s global alumni network connects alumni with their peers and recognises their contribution. The finest in their fields, the alumni continue Le Cordon Bleu’s tradition of excellence.
Le Cordon Bleu stands for culinary excellence.