Le Cordon Bleu Sydney or Sydney institute Tafe? AUSTRALIA

Discussion in 'Choosing A Culinary School' started by sydlivin, Dec 9, 2013.

  1. sydlivin

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    Hello everyone so this is my first post, just wondering which culinary school would be more beneficial for modern Australian cuisine. Cheers 
     
  2. parisjordan

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    I think the Le Cordon Bleu Sydney is a good choice among both the schools because it is a very well-reputed school. Rest all depends on your particular requirements as well, like the specific culinary program you want to join and its speciality in those particular schools, and many other factors.
     
  3. culinarybr

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    Dear

    @SYDlivin

    I appreciate your post because I want to change my carrer from business to culinary and I have to chose between two culinary schools in Australia. The fisrt option is Le Cordon Bleu, which I am sure that I will have a great experience. The second option is Sydney Institute, a TAFE school (government owned). The price difference between then is $20,000 and in my budget it is a considerable amount.

    Finally my question for you is: 

    Which school did you chose? Can you describe your experience (pros and cons)?

    Does it woth pay much more to study in Le Cordon Bleu?

    What is the reputation of TAFE among Australian chefs?

    Thank you
     
  4. culinarybr

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    Dear @parisjordan

    I appreciate your answert on this post (http://www.cheftalk.com/t/78638/le-cordon-bleu-sydney-or-sydney-institute-tafe-australia) and tou look like to have a good knowledge of the Australian culinary institutes. I want to change my carrer from business to culinary and I have to chose between two culinary schools in Australia. The fisrt option is Le Cordon Bleu, which I am sure that I will have a great experience. The second option is Sydney Institute, a TAFE school (government owned). The price difference between then is $20,000 and in my budget it is a considerable amount.

    Finally my question for you is: Does it woth pay much more to study in Le Cordon Bleu?

    What is the reputation of TAFE among Australian chefs?

    Thank you