Institut Paul Bocuse
A showcase for French know-how and etiquette, Institut Paul Bocuse is presided by two exceptional men: Paul Bocuse, founder of the school in 1990, and Gérard Pélisson, co-founder of the Accor group.
The mission of Institut Paul Bocuse is to transmit technical and managerial knowledge with the highest standards in order to prepare its students for the best careers in the world. The administrators also have a shared goal: leading young adults through their example, passion, competence, who have chosen the Institut to become, in turn, remarked and remarkable professionals.
Guided by the inspiration and tireless energy of Paul Bocuse and Gérard Pélisson, two world famous figures, Institut Paul Bocuse welcomes 450 students from 40 nationalities each year. Student from all over the world, who come here to prepare their careers and receive the values from teaching that will accompany them all throughout their lives.
For more than 20 years, Institut Paul Bocuse has been resolutely positioned on the cutting edge of trends. It actively participates in evolutions in culinary practices and hotel and restaurant management. In the framework of its Research Center, it also welcomes PhD students to analyze the practices, behaviors and values of these professions.
Each student benefits from the internationally renowned expertise that makes Institut Paul Bocuse, the School of Excellence for the professions in hospitality, restaurant and culinary arts.
Join our network of more than 1,700 graduates present on all continents and become, just like them, the Ambassadors of this know-how "à la française" recognized the world over as part of the Intangible Heritage of Humanity.
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