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Create “Intellectual Capital”• Engage with Le Cordon Bleu’s world class faculty around the world and learn from the best in the trade.
• Learn from a diverse set of peers who come from different countries, cultures, industries and experiences.
• Learn and upskill your self through the 360 feedback and coaching
Create “Social Capital”• Lifelong connections with the Le Cordon Bleu community of learners across 100 nationalities - for business opportunities, career advice, investments etc.
Create “Brand Capital”• Earn a prestigious internationally recognised Le Cordon Bleu qualification that you can share on your resume or social profile as a testament of your passion and interest in the subject.
COURSE & CURRICULUM
• 3-4 hours of self study per week which includes recommended reading, recorded lectures, interviews, blog/wiki activities);
• 2-6 hours of assignments per week, depending on the course
• 1-1½ hours per week of online live lecture with your instructor.
The main reasons to connect with the Online Learning community are:• Career Transition: Community members can connect you to the hiring manager or the decision maker in companies that are hiring.
• Fund raising: The community has among its members many successful entrepreneurs who invest themselves or can introduce you to the right people to invest.
• Business Relationship: Knowing a study colleague or an alumnus in another company that can use your company’s product can help reach that company faster.
• Lifelong Learning: Being connected to this community keeps you intellectually updated, especially during meet ups, get together, the online platform, etc.
ADMISSION & FEES
These courses rest on an assumption of your interest and/or expertise in a professional domain, with a view to increasing specialist subject knowledge in the relevant practice. This interest may be motivated by your desire to work in the sector, develop new opportunities, report on or market to them, or evaluate growth or change. Subject curiosity may alternatively be the motivating factor among participants who do not currently, and do not plan to, work in the sector or one related to it – you may identify as a life-long learner wanting to increase your knowledge in a topic of interest to you.
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