If you have your eyes set on pursuing French culinary or been adventurous enough to attend pastry classes hoping to turn your ambitions into reality, you would want to do it with one of the industry’s most internationally recognised qualifications in culinary arts, at none other than the legendary Le Cordon Bleu. Providing the ultimate training in contemporary hospitality within the education sector, it is dedicated to preserve and pass on the mastery and appreciation of the culinary arts and restaurant management through its 35 schools in 20 countries (and growing).
Sunway Le Cordon Bleu opens a new era for culinary and hospitality education and training in Malaysia by bringing the expertise of a world famous culinary institution to Sunway City which is known for its “Resort Living within the City” concept. Providing a comfortable and conducive learning and living environment for the students, as an Asean culinary academy it has been set to provide the highest level of culinary and hospitality instruction through its globally recognised culinary arts programme. While Sunway Le Cordon Bleu students come from various academic disciplines and professional backgrounds, they have one thing in common, which is not being afraid to get their hands dirty for the love of French culinary arts. Wouldn’t you like the opportunity to travel and build a world-class career of distinction?
French Culinary Techniques
There’s nothing quite like French culinary techniques. It is no secret that the French people have high regard for their food preparation and think of it as an integral part of their culture. We all know their dedication to cooking has made it a world standard and the bar has been set high. For that very reason, Le Cordon Bleu offers the most complete and comprehensive training in classic French culinary techniques available today, with many hands-on hours in teaching kitchens under the guidance of world-class chefs who are the finest in the industry. “Do it the French way” does have a nice ring to it, doesn’t it?
Le Cordon Bleu’s Kitchen
Enabling aspiring culinarians to embark on their gastronomical journey, Sunway Le Cordon Bleu campus boasts some of the most advanced facilities and state-of-the-art equipment to prepare you for tomorrow’s culinary world, located just a few stones away from the very heart of Kuala Lumpur city. Just like Le Cordon Bleu campuses all over the world, the distinguished Malaysian faculty provides students with up to date, well researched and practical knowledge – in line with what is required in today’s professional world, along with the same kitchen models. This sounds as irresistible as French cuisine’s exquisite taste, aroma and artistry!
When it comes to classroom, students and instructors at Sunway Le Cordon Bleu often work together one-on-one, which gives the instructors the opportunity to customise teaching and guidance, and students receive their instructors’ undivided attention. With a maximum of 16 students each class, our instructors are dedicated to cater to the needs and capabilities of each student, thus ensuring a tranquil learning environment.
Tradition of Excellence
As one of the most recognised credentials in culinary arts, Le Cordon Bleu has over 125 years of teaching experience and continues to provide a solid foundation in best practices in Gastronomy, Hospitality and Management. As its counterpart in Malaysia, Sunway Le Cordon Bleu undoubtedly lives up to the expectation by carrying on the high reputation since its inception in 2010. Keeping up with the demanding and changing environment is part of the tradition of excellence that sets the graduates apart from the competition. If you’re curious about what it’s like to attend baking class in KL or simply want to unleash your inner Anna Olson, taking up a programme in Sunway Le Cordon Bleu would be the proper way to go about it. This is what’s called pastry school done right.
Great Career in the Future
If you ever dreamt of sporting the legendary Blue Ribbon, you should know that being a Le Cordon Bleu graduate is not limited only to having a career in world class restaurants, hotels or resorts, but also as a connoisseur, journalist, author, instructor, consultant or even an entrepreneur. In the boundless world of food and dining, what better name could you think of when it comes to learning about the high art of French cooking?
The Alumni Network
With food industry gaining more and more popularity by the day, there’s an ever-increasing number of schools. Being part of Le Cordon Bleu family will set you up with an international network of contacts and friends. While hard work and passion are the key ingredients to culinary success, Le Cordon Bleu is unsurpassed at providing graduates with the best platform to launch an international career if you are really up for it.
How do you feel about being in the same pool of network with the likes of the amazing Dione Lucas, the one and only Julia Child, Nancy Silverton, Nathalie Dupree, Eric and Bruce Broomberg, and our very own Dato’ Fazley Yaakob, Darren Chin, Amelia Ng and Chua Toi Aik?
So what are you waiting for? Think blue and start enrolling in cooking classes in the most sought after culinary school in Malaysia and be exposed to the French way of life. “Joie de vivre” indeed.
July intake dates: 14 July 2022
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