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Le Cordon Bleu Australia - ISSCC - International Education & Study Abroad SpecialistSchool ID: 910
School Name: Le Cordon Bleu Australia
School Type: Co-Ed
City: Regency Park
Tuition fee: AUD$59,400 (5 stages)
Residential Type: Independent/ Private Rental , Homestay, Shared rental
Rental fee: Around AUD$12,500 - AUD$15,000 per year
Program offer: hospitality training to Degree level(International Hotel Management & Restaurant Management)
Other Information: International Beginnings

In 1933, one of Chef Pellaprat's students, Rosemary Hume, established L'Ecole du Petit Cordon Bleu in Victoria, London. This marked the expansion of Cordon Bleu from France. After World War II, the Paris school was taken over and re-located by Elizabeth Brassart, who reigned as the Grande Dame of Cordon Bleu, welcoming 2 generations of cooks from many different countries and revising the curriculum. The London school then re-opened after the war in 31 Marleybone lane. As the reputation grew, the London school relocated to its present site of 114 Marleybone Lane.
In 1945, after the liberation of Paris, Le Cordon Bleu was accredited by the Pentagon for professional training of young GI's after their tour of duty. As a former member of the OSS, Julia Child (Americas best known Chef) earned her Chef's toque at Le Cordon Bleu and proceeded to monitor the teaching of French cooking in the United States. She was also the first Chef to demonstrate French cooking on television in the US.
Twenty years after the opening of the London school, the success of the school was confirmed by its participation in preparing the Coronation luncheon for Queen Elizabeth, for this, the famous dish 'Coronation Chicken' was created. The Paris school was further immortalised in the legendary 1950's film 'Sabrina', staring Audrey Hepburn as a young d¨¦butante who came to Paris to study at Le Cordon Bleu.

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