LaSalle College Vancouver’s Culinary program opened its doors to host prospective students and their families this week. It was an opportunity for those students interested in our programs to enjoy a relaxed evening with great food and company. Lead by Chef Claire Archibald and Front of House Manager Jiwon Kim, the dinner featured an amuse bouche followed by three courses. Students from the Hospitality & Restaurant Business Management program greeted the guests and provided information on the courses being served and the local ingredients involved in the dishes. A large team of Culinary Arts students worked diligently to prepare the courses and to get them out in a timely manner.
The Second Floor Bistro was full, the food was phenomenal, and the prospective students and their families were treated to a glimpse of what we do, the quality of the instruction, the caring nature of our faculty, and the expertise that they have the opportunity to learn from an education at our Culinary school.
About LaSalle College Vancouver
LaSalle College Vancouver is a boutique applied arts school located in beautiful Vancouver, which is situated between stunning mountains and the Pacific Ocean. With over 30 creative programs, pursuing your studies at LCV will put you ahead of the game and allow you to discover all the facets of the different career opportunities available in the world of design, media arts, and culinary arts. LCV’s objective is to offer high-quality education and to develop your creative potential. This institution not only offers creative career studies but also offers students opportunities to create, experiment, and grow every day.
About LCI Education
LCI Education traces its origins back to LaSalle College in Montreal, which was founded in 1959. Present today on five continents, the LCI Education network consists of 23 select higher education institutions, and some 2,500 employees offering instruction to over 15,000 students throughout the world each year. From one country to the next, LCI Education favours the harmonization of its programs, which makes for greater flexibility, better control over the quality of its services, and deeper respect towards the various cultures it works with.