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Glion student testimonial – Susana Oliveri

Susana Oliveri’s family have no hospitality history, so it may seem surprising it is the industry Susana wants to work in. However, she was determined to experience it and after falling in love with Glion, she is now Student Government Association (SGA) President. “If you really want to be successful in hospitality, Glion is the place to be,” Susana said. “It has given me the opportunity to experience soft skills

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Hospitality legend John Wood shares experiences with Glion London

Industry visits and talks from guest speakers are an integral part of Glion education. We ensure you meet and hear from leading figures from the world of hospitality. These include John Wood, a Michelin-starred chef with over 35 years of experience at some of the world’s biggest restaurants and hotels. John spoke to our students at the London Hub on Thursday 23rd November, and offered key insight and advice. A

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Guoman Hotels provide insight and internships at presentation

Industry visits are a key feature of Glion education. Our connections with hospitality businesses means we often have presentations, conferences and recruitment opportunities from leading hospitality organizations. One such business is Guoman Hotels, who visited our Glion London campus on Tuesday 21st November. Guoman discussed their ever-growing range of hotels, their plans for the future and the internship opportunities they have for our students. What Guoman offer Guoman Hotels are

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What is hotel management all about?

A hotel manager is confident, approachable and adventurous. They aren’t afraid to try new things. Excited to experience new cultures. And they know the importance of teamwork. If you want a career that’s full of challenges, interesting people and exciting developments, hotel management could be just what you’re looking for. Here’s all you wanted to know about hotel management. What is hotel management? Managing a hotel comes with a range of responsibilities.

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Students Given Key Advice on Campus Health and Safety Day

On Wednesday 18 October, students at our Bulle campus were given valuable advice and information on safety. With the rise in car accidents in Switzerland, the increase in sexually transmitted diseases and various difficulties in health insurance abroad, students need to be aware of the threats and how to avoid them. The importance of striking a good work / life balance was also discussed, as well as ways to stay

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