For over 30 years, Le Cordon Bleu Adelaide has been inspiring hospitality dreams with its world-class programs, from culinary arts certificates in cuisine and patisserie, to bachelor's and master's degrees in gastronomy, restaurant management, hotel management and international hospitality management.

An internationally recognised culinary arts qualification from Le Cordon Bleu Adelaide can open doors to exciting careers such as head chef, pâtissier or food and beverage supervisor. A prestigious business degree from Le Cordon Bleu prepares students for leadership roles such as hotel general manager, events supervisor or even a business owner.

All Le Cordon Bleu programs are delivered at Regency International Centre for Hospitality at Regency Park, except the Master of International Hospitality Management which is offered at the University of South Australia, located in the CBD.

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  • Regency Park
Le Cordon Bleu Adelaide is located in Regency Park, just a 25-minute drive from Adelaide’s city centre. With plenty of accommodation, cafés and shopping centres nearby, there is never a dull moment on and off campus. Being a smaller Australian city allows students to easily get around to enjoy all that South Australia has to offer on weekends – from pristine beaches and rolling hills, to globally-renowned wine regions such as the Barossa Valley, Clare Valley and McLaren Vale. Adelaide is well and truly the food and wine capital of Australia – the perfect place to inspire and ignite your hospitality dream.

  • Adelaide City
Le Cordon Bleu Adelaide’s Master of International Hospitality Management is delivered on campus at the University of South Australia. The campus, located on North Terrace in the city, is close to public transport, Adelaide’s Rundle Mall shopping precinct, as well as an abundance of cafés and eateries on-site.

Key Highlights

  • Le Cordon Bleu International
For almost 130 years, Le Cordon Bleu has built an international reputation as the world’s leading culinary arts and hospitality management institution, with a global network of more than 30 schools in 20 countries, including Australia.

If you are inspired by culinary greats such as Julia Child, Rachel Khoo and Yotam Ottolenghi, a Le Cordon Bleu education is your entry into an exciting and fulfilling career, anywhere in the world.

  • Le Cordon Bleu Australia
In Australia, Le Cordon Bleu delivers world-class culinary arts and hospitality programs in Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney. Its internationally recognised qualifications mean graduates are industry-ready and armed with all the skills and knowledge to achieve success.

Our award-winning chefs, lecturers and industry specialists are recruited from the most prestigious hotels and restaurants around the world, bringing international experience and knowledge to benefit every student.

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Le Cordon Bleu Student Stories

Hear from international students about living and studying in Adelaide

Ram Bharadwaj

As a young boy growing up in Bengaluru, India, Ram Bharadwaj had big dreams to make a difference. Seeing hotel staff wearing a particular striped uniform was mesmerising for the then seven-year-old, and at that moment he knew he wanted to work in hospitality.

But in order to pursue his dreams, he knew he had to leave his home country and look further afield, which led him to Le Cordon Bleu’s Adelaide campus. He says choosing Le Cordon Bleu as a study destination was an easy choice and Australia ticked all the boxes in terms of job prospects and a strong tourism industry.

So, without second guessing himself, he trekked half-way across the globe and began studying the Master of International Hospitality Management (MIHM) program. It’s been 13 years since Ram graduated, and he is now living his childhood dream as Hotel General Manager at The Savoy Hotel on Little Collins.

Read the full story here.

Joachim Lim

Asia/Pacific Region
Joachim Lim knew that in order to truly succeed in the culinary world, he had to arm himself with all the knowledge and power of both cuisine and patisserie. The Grand Diplôme® graduate, who is now the head chef at Melbourne's acclaimed Society Restaurant, says he made the right decision to study at Le Cordon Bleu Australia, as it opened his world to endless possibilities.

“It’s one of the most prestigious schools you can go to if you’re interested in culinary arts,” he says.

“As a student you don’t usually get to work with premium products, but I remember in one class I was able to work with a lobster that weighed 2kg which was incredible.”

As a lover of both savoury and sweet, Joachim decided to take charge of his career with Le Cordon Bleu’s Grand Diplôme® – internationally recognised as the most prestigious certificate in the culinary world. It is awarded to students after having completed their studies in both cuisine and patisserie.

Read the full story here.

Course Guide for International Students