Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts

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Originally established in Paris, Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts is a network of culinary schools with 35 campuses in 20 countries all across the globe. Le Cordon Bleu offers a grand diploma in 12 culinary arts specializations including Cheese, Pastry, and Gourmet. All academic programs at Le Cordon Bleu specialize in French culinary technique. To provide comprehensive training, classes at the college are taught by Le Cordon Bleu master chefs and industry professionals.


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3.67 Average Rating
the teachers at this school is really great. they have so much knowledge to share the students of the school.
Octavia from Decatur, GA
le cordon bleu is extremely inspiring.
it is creatively challenging.
lastly, it is positively life changing.
Danny from Mesquite, TX
this is a great school. the chefs are very knowledgeable & professional in the fields of culinary/patisserie.
Cathy from Robbins, IL
Le Cordon Bleu brings the most exciting fun into your life. Le Cordon Bleu represents a energetic and disciplined atmosphere that pushes you to be the best in the culinary world by showing a high expectation of excellence and integrity through our great diversity level of the (Greatest)Master Chefs at Le Cordon Bleu.
Angelo from Marietta, GA
If i had to rate this school on a scale to 1-5 I would give it a 5. This is because the Chefs are willing to work with you as long as you show your best and do everything you can do. Also the setting is like working in a real commercial kitchen it better prepares me what to expect.
Celina from Tollleson, AZ
On a scale of 1-10, I would give Le Cordon Bleu College for Culinary Arts in Atlanta, Georgia, a full 10. This vocational school has everything you could ever want in a school. The teachers know what they are doing, it's close to my hometown, and the curriculum is fun and intriguing!
Samantha from Columbus, GA
This school provides a world of experience , with the chefs instuctors you will learn how it really is to work in the industry. Each class is geared towards advancing your knowledge of how things work and they will guide you to the career of your choice. They make sure that you know as much information as possible to work towards your goal of becoming a CHEF.
Schiquida from Peoria, AZ

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