The Institut Paul Bocuse welcome more than 1000 students from 55 nationalities, across 10 international campuses. Its courses, from bachelor’s degrees to doctorates, picture a unique educational philosophy based on learning approaches that focus on practical experience to encourage the development of leadership skills, managerial agility, creativity and an entrepreneurial mindset. This innovative teaching approach has been rewarded at the 2017 Worldwide Hospitality Awards.
The quality of its teaching is recognised worldwide as illustrated by national and international league tables, but above all by the employability and careers of our alumni.
The Institut Paul Bocuse is also a member of the Conférence des Formations d’Excellence du Tourisme. For 28 years, the Institut Paul Bocuse has sought to share its expertise and know-how all around the world. For over 10 years, it has played a key role in the development projects of numerous countries, working with both public and private institutions.
In 2018, The Institut Paul Bocuse becomes the first private school of higher education in Hospitality, Food Service and Culinary Arts Management to be both recognised by the Ministry of Higher Education and registered in the RNCP