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Le Cordon Bleu Australia's diverse student journey

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Le Cordon Bleu, with its illustrious history spanning back to 1895, is long known as the top education provider in cuisine, patisserie, hospitality management, and gastronomy. But today, it is far more than just a culinary school. Through bachelor’s and master’s degrees in business, it is nurturing students to thrive in an even wider range of globally-focused, multi-skilled careers in the hospitality sector and beyond.

It’s the perfect place for students looking to explore the limitless potential of their culinary visions and gain the business acumen to thrive in today's competitive industries. It’s an equally apt choice for aspiring leaders. 

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Anything is possible with the right guidance. Led by a faculty of accomplished experts, Le Cordon Bleu Australia’s academic programs are delivered across four state-of-the-art campuses in Adelaide, Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. Each is filled with cutting-edge facilities to help students refine their skills, harness their creativity and strengthen their confidence. 

Hence why, with a Le Cordon Bleu education, doors swing open to a world of extraordinary opportunities and limitless prospects. An impressive 95% of graduates secure employment within six months of completing their studies. International students who wish to study the Advanced Diploma of Hospitality Management Programs (Cuisine or Patisserie) at its sunny Brisbane campus can apply for scholarships worth up to AU$10,000 to start charting their paths like the successful graduates before them. Find more information here.

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Read on to take a peek into the lives of three students following in their footsteps.

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A day in the life of an EHL student

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Tassilo’s days are structured. Every morning, the air conditioning in his bedroom shuts off an hour before his alarm rings — this way, he is able to resist the temptation of comfort to squeeze in a 30 to 45-minute jog before getting ready for class and making it just in time for the 7:30 a.m. bus, which gets him and his peers to campus in just 10 minutes.


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For Tassilo, most days kick off with lessons in Legal Challenges, which is introduced to third-year students to stress just how interdisciplinary his degree programme can be.

“Last year, we even studied computer science and hospitality economics,” says Tassilo. “Another subject I really enjoyed was Room Division Management, which taught us the structure of a hotel and how different departments work together.”

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At EHL, shorter breaks are reserved for revision and extra time with educators. Since the university’s Singapore campus only houses around 150 students, faculty members here have plenty of time to provide personalised attention to curious learners.

9.30 A.M

Tassilo heads to Revenue Management class, which teaches the ins and outs of setting prices, developing rate fences and managing finances. These sessions are followed by lessons in Talent Management Systems, which teach students to evaluate different systems and explain how they can improve business performance at both individual and organisational levels.

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Back-to-back classes are followed by a much-needed break, which this time around Tassilo uses to practise his collaboration skills. The Bachelor in International Hospitality Management programme enables third-year students to take on a Student Business Project, which sees them solving a real-world business challenge from one of EHL’s many industry partners. Tassilo and his multinational group typically use this mid-day break to discuss new ideas and finalise their strategies.

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After two hours of influential conversations, Tassilo heads home to unwind — which could sometimes either mean working out again or reading the latest articles by The Economist. Then, after a wholesome dinner, he catches up with his family in Germany.

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After lunch, Tassilo and his classmates are fueled for another round of the Legal Challenges class. The course helps them raise awareness of the legal constraints they will encounter in their career.

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Tassilo’s last class of the day covers Customer Information and Distribution Channel Management. This course was built on two foundational marketing courses to develop competencies in managing relevant information for customers, and optimising information and distribution channels for hotels.

At EHL Campus (Singapore) , Thursdays and Fridays end with great opportunities for students to network. “For example, we’ve had panel discussions with thriving alumni and various professionals,” says Tassilo.

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Evidently, a typical EHL day can be just as hectic as it is fruitful, which is precisely why Tassilo prioritises hitting the sheets before midnight every day. This way, he’ll be rested enough for another long day of productive enrichment.

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An enriching education awaits at
Le Cordon Bleu Australia.

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