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  • EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING IN CULINARY SCIENCES

    French for Culinary Purposes: a 1-week intensive language course Up to 3 weeks of culinary workshops

    Followed by a 2-month internship in a French restaurant

  • The LaSalle Beauvais Food & Health Research Center:

    Current public health research emphasises

    the need to bring together complementary

    skills from culinary arts, food

    technology, and medical sciences to

    optimise the results of R&D efforts. Keeping

    abreast of this evolution, LASALLE

    BEAUVAIS has developped a Research

    Center where consummers and patient

    organizations test innovative technical

    benefits and products. We proudly partner

    with: SEB-TEFAL to innovate in the area of

    cooking appliances & cookware for

    healthy food preparation; George PRALUS,

    inventor of Sous Vide cooking, to evaluate

    the nutritional benefits of the

    Vaposaveur® bell jar; ROQUETTE FRERES

    to elaborate new ingredient solutions;

    Nadia SAMMUT, founder of the WITH LOVE

    Allergen Free ® movement, on eating habits.

    ACADEMIC FOCUS LaSalle Beauvais and Ducasse Education join forces to offer a unique interdisciplinary program. Students will have the opportunity to work alongside talented chefs and internationally recognized scientists. Combine the creativity of the culinary arts with the expertise of a food and health scientist: find out about the French Paradox, discover the nutritional potential of food or cook for health with appropriate techniques (see overleaf for details).

    ELIGIBILITY(1)

    • College juniors or seniors in culinary arts, hospitality management, nutrition, agriculture, food sciences, food marketing, public health, and medical sciences • GPA: 2.7 (B-) • Culinary skills : the Ducasse Education workshop requires the command of basic cooking techniques • English: upper intermediate level (750 TOEIC; TOEFL: 580 PBT, 213 CBT or 80 iBT; 6.5 IELTS) • Limited to 20 participants

    PROGRAM • The 1-week language course (week 1) is recommended for all participants. It is mandatory for the 2-month internship. Previous completion of French 101 or equivalent is encouraged. • Choose either one or both of the following workshops: - “Cooking for Health” (weeks 2+3) and/or - “The Ducasse Gastronomic Approach” (week 4) • At the end of the full 4-week package, we offer the opportunity to do a 2-month internship in a French restaurant selected by our school. Students who wish to do the 2-month internship must complete the 4 weeks of experiential learning.

    DATES Week 1: French May 12-16, 2014 Week 2-3: Cooking for Health May 19-30, 2014 Week 4: The Ducasse Gastronomic Approach June 2-6, 2014 Restaurant Internship: Tue June 9 – Wed July 30, 2014

    TUITION Week 1-3: 2100 € (waived for exchange students: Erasmus or partner universities) Week 4: 1500 € No tuition waived for this Ducasse Education workshop

    FEES Study trip to Champagne: approximately 350 € - 400 € (all inclusive – bus, overnight, meals, admissions and tours of vineyeards) Internship administration and match fee: 600 € (board included; free housing cannot be guaranteed in all internship locations)

    (1) For practicing cooks or professional retraining: contact us for information about

    our advanced Ducasse Education & LaSalle program.

  • THE DUCASSE GASTRONOMIC

    APPROACH

    LECTURE WITH A LASALLE SCIENTIST: Learn about the scientific approach

    EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING WITH A DUCASSE CHEF: Prepare a full menu using local Picardy products. Experiment with different cooking techniques

    EXCURSION: Visit local producers and a local Farmers’ market

    EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING WITH DUCASSE EDUCATION CHEF: 3 original recipes

    EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING WITH A DUCASSE CHEF: Cook 3 recipes

    CULINARY EXAM: Cook and present 1 recipe

    LECTURE WITH A LASALLE SCIENTIST: Learn about the scientific approach

    LECTURE WITH A LASALLE SCIENTIST: Visit local food suppliers and organic food growers to understand the nutritional links

    LECTURE WITH A LASALLE SCIENTIST: Learn about the scientific approach

    DEBRIEFING: Final program review and evaluation

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    EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING: Prepare desserts with low-glycemic index suggars

    EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING: Learn to cook to prevent cancer and therapy induced side effects during treatement of chronic forms of cancer

    EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING: Allergen and gluten-free: learn to cook to support immune disorders

    3-DAY EXCURSION: celllars and vineyards of the Champagne region

    Intensive interdisciplinary program • 2 US credits (4 ECTS credits) per week; 6 US credits (12 ECTS credits) in 3 weeks • Certificate delivered by LaSalle Beauvais and Ducasse Education for the workshop « The Ducasse Education Gastronomic Approach » • Credits earned from LaSalle Beauvais for the workshop « Cooking for Health ».

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    FRENCH FOR CULINARY PURPOSES: REQUIRED FOR 2-MONTH INTERNSHIP:

    4 hours/day of language classes: 2 hours in the morning and 2 hours in the afternoon. Previous completion of French 101 or equivalent recommended

    FINAL EXAM

    EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING: «French paradox» of the southwest Cuisine

    SEMINAR: TEXT IN FOOD AND IMAGE: Explore the ways food is represented in a variety of texts and visuals

    EXCURSION: Visit a sturgeon fish farm in Villette

    EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING: Prepare a full medieval banquet at the medieval hospital and garden Maladrerie Saint Lazare in Beauvais

    EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING: Mediterranean cuisine

    EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING: Japanese cuisine

    LECTURE: French medieval cooking as medical concept

    REPORT DUE

    EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING: Attend a wine session

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    Farmers Market Bounty A proud chef cooking a French dish

    EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING EXCURSION LECTURE EXAM

    TRADITIONAL CUISINES AND PUBLIC HEALTH: FROM

    HISTORIC CONCEPTS TO MODERN MESSAGE

    INTENSIVE FRENCH LANGUAGE

    FOR CULINARY PURPOSES

    Week 2: May 19 - 23Week 1: May 12 - 16 Week 3: May 26 - 30 Week 4: June 2 - 6

    COOKING FOR HEALTHFRENCH

    COOKING FOR HEALTH WITH APROPRIATE

    TECHNIQUES

    Concentration

    THE DUCASSE EDUCATION GASTRONOMIC APPROACH

  • Beauvais is located 50 miles N of Paris.

    Trains to Paris depart every hour. Beauvais is

    an ideal base for exploring Europe: from

    Paris-Beauvais International airport

    (5’ from our campus) low cost companies

    offer at least 40 regular flights to destinations

    such as Rome, Barcelona, Glasgow, Dublin,

    Warsaw, Prague, Budapest.

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    3Contacts us : —

    Program information:

    Dr. Philippe POUILLART

    Tel: + 33 3 44 06 38 69

    philippe.pouillart@lasalle-beauvais.fr

    Admissions:

    incoming@lasalle-beauvais.fr

    Tel. : +33 3 44 06 38 14

    Ducasse Education

    41 rue l’Abbé Ruellan

    F - 95100 Argenteuil

    Tel: + 33 1 34 34 19 10

    adf@ad-formation.com

    www.centreformation-alainducasse.com

    Institut Polytechnique

    LaSalle Beauvais

    19 rue Pierre Waguet

    BP 30313

    F - 60026 Beauvais Cedex

    www.lasalle-beauvais.fr

    Practical information

    How to get to Beauvais

    Located a 45-minute drive from

    Paris Charles De Gaulle Airport.

    From Paris Charles De Gaulle

    Airport: Direct train RER B to

    Paris Gare du Nord train station

    (30 minutes).

    From Paris Gare du Nord:

    direct train to Beauvais

    (1 hour 15 minutes).

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    CDG Airport

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