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3 Reasons to Study in an International Environment (Part 2)

We continue our latest article about the benefits of studying in an international environment. Here is Part 1. Reason 2 – Become a better communicator while boosting your language skills Being introduced early on to working within multicultural teams helps to develop your emotional and social intelligence; you become an overall better communicator. Making friends with someone from another country, with a different view on life, opens you up to

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3 Reasons to Study in an International Environment (Part 1)

At Glion, an extensive range of nations are represented on campus including China, France, Iceland, India, Italy, South Africa, Vietnam and the UK among many others. This fall, we expect an average of more than 50 different student nationalities at each of our three campuses! In an age of advancing global communication alongside travel becoming more accessible – among other international developments – the business world is further opening up

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Glion London Now Accepting International Student Applications

Here at Glion Institute of Higher Education, one of the world’s top three institutions of higher education for an international career in hospitality management, we have announced that as of summer 2015 we are accepting applications for our London campus from all nationalities. The Glion London campus, hosted by the University of Roehampton in the western part of the city, was opened in summer 2013 to students from the European

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GIHE students watch and learn at UEFA Youth League Finals

As a result of the academic collaboration that UEFA has with Glion, Glion students and Faculty were invited to attend the semi-finals and finals of the UEFA Youth League involving the youth teams (Under 19) of the most prestigious European clubs. Glion has recently joined forces with UEFA in that PG ESE students will work next semester with UEFA representatives on academic projects prior to EURO 2016. Initially the projects

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Choosing a corporate position

When working at a hotel, resort or restaurant, people often think that the holy grail of positions is a position in the corporate office.  The following pointers will help you assess the plusses and minuses of a corporate position, and suggest some strategies to maximize the experience and minimize the risks. These recommendations are based on my career where I spent approximately 2/3 of my time on property and 1/3

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