The finals, taking place on 16th September at the institute in Bloomsbury Square, London will see a total of 16 aspiring pastry chefs and food entrepreneurs battle it out for the prize worth over £40,000. The prize will be presented by esteemed Le Cordon Bleu alumna, Mary Berry.
For the first time ever, the 16th finalist spot will be chosen by the general public, who will vote for their favourite candidate of the remaining 16 semi-finalists on YouTube, by liking their 1 minute video pitch. The person with the most votes at 12:00pm on 31st July 2019 will secure the last position in the final 16.
Our future successful entrepreneur might be one of these 14 dedicated women making it through to the finals:
• Dora Popova from London
• Daniela Glattfelder from London
• Bianca Tia Mesuria from London
• Anna Jia from London
• Katharina Bergerhoff from London
• Katie-Poppy Inskip from Kent
• Renuka Lassalle from Kent
• Kirsty Massa from Kent
• Elizabeth Melia from Liverpool
• Melissa Oum from Birmingham
• Michelle Hiller from Devon
• Tiffany Hall from Hampshire
• Andrea Banados from Staffordshire
• Stephanie Lobo from Cheshire
The scholarship starts in January 2020, lasting 12 months, includes a place on Le Cordon Bleu’s Diplôme de Pâtisserie and the Diploma in Culinary Management, an internship at the Savoy Hotel with a 12-month accommodation curtesy of Londonist. Business-related advice will be given by The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) and Le Cordon Bleu’s successful alumni Luiz Hara, Georgia Green, Dhruv Mittal and Evelina Ogorzalek. Prizes will also be awarded by Churchill and ZWILLING and tickets to The Business Show.
To see the remaining semi-finalists video pitches, please visit our Le Cordon Bleu YouTube Page
For more information, please visit Le Cordon Bleu Scholarship website
"I am especially thrilled to be presenting the Award to the winner of this years Julia Child Scholarship. I know whoever the winner is, will be embarking on a life changing journey!"
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