Rock your food world by study­ing the Le Cor­don Bleu Mas­ter of Gas­tro­nomic Tourism.

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Food and wine ed­u­ca­tion is be­ing trans­formed by the in­ter­est and de­sire of con­sumers ev­ery­where. Peo­ple who want to en­joy the bounty of spe­cific regions and lo­cales ap­pre­ci­ate that plea­sure taken in eat­ing and drink­ing qual­ity prod­ucts is in­creased with the knowl­edge of where it comes from, who makes it and how it is made. Tak­ing an in­ter­est in food has re­placed tak­ing food for granted.

In col­lab­o­ra­tion with South­ern Cross Uni­ver­sity, leg­endary leader in gas­tron­omy Le Cor­don Bleu of­fers an ex­cep­tional en­trée into the world of food and tourism ed­u­ca­tion with its on­line Le Cor­don Bleu Mas­ter of Gas­tro­nomic Tourism, a mul­ti­dis­ci­plinary pro­gram aimed at pro­vid­ing a holis­tic ap­proach to gas­tro­nomic tourism.

With its strong em­pha­sis on un­der­stand­ing gas­tro­nomic his­tory and prin­ci­ples and var­i­ous busi­ness skills, it’s “the quin­tes­sen­tial life­style de­gree com­bin­ing ap­peal­ing flex­i­bil­ity for busy pro­fes­sion­als with depth of in­ter­est for pas­sion­ate food­ies”, says Le Cor­don Bleu pro­gram ini­tia­tor Dr Roger Haden.

With its flour­ish­ing gas­tro­nomic tourism in­dus­try, Aus­tralia is uniquely placed to of­fer this pro­gram, which is at­tract­ing stu­dents from around the world.

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