Recognized as an authority in culinary arts and hospitality education for 120 years now, Le Cordon Bleu (LCB) has more than 35 schools in 20 countries, including France, Australia, Japan, Spain and New Zealand. Starting this April, you can include the Philippines in the roster of countries with LCB culinary schools, as LCB-Ateneo de Manila University Institute launches its four-year BS Restaurant Entrepreneurship Program.
Classes will be held on the ground floor of the George SK Ty Learning Innovation Wing of Areté, which has been equipped with four state-of-the-art kitchens, a culinary demonstration room and a classroom.
“Le Cordon Bleu will allow you to gain professional and organized knowledge of cooking skills through more than 100 years of teaching experience in culinary programs, from the classic French techniques and technologies to up-to-date menus provided during the classes,” says Liza Morales, institute director.
The grand launch of Le Cordon Bleu-Ateneo de Manila Institute is set on April 5. —CONTRIBUTED