Hello guys? How are you doing? I interviewed some of my friends to ask them how they feel about Glion. These are all students from semester 4, all from different countries. Meet my friends: Max from Switzerland, Matilda from Sweden and Champagne from Thailand. Maximilien von Stadelhofen, Switzerland, Bachelor Hospitality Management Why did you choose Glion? I chose Glion because I was accepted in both EHL and G.I.H.E and I
The cultural fair was a perfect opportunity to showcase Glion’s diverse student body. With over ten countries being represented, the faculty, staff, and students had the pleasure of savoring a delicious variety of typical cuisine and cocktails. This event would not have been successful if it were not for the students volunteering to promote their countries, staff helping with set-up, and student affairs coordinating the event. I take this opportunity
The Student Government Association conducted the first mid-term break photo competition as an effort to liven-up the Bulle campus HUB restaurant. During the week of the spring mid-term break, students were asked to submit 2 photos from their vacations. In the end, the SGA received 36 submissions which were voted on by the students and staff. Congratulations to Andrea, Paul and Sheila for the following photos which won first, second
Being a member of the Student Government Association (SGA) is, in my opinion, the highest non-academic rank a student can achieve at Glion. Every semester, the Executive Committee (EC) members are elected by the Glion student body to represent their best interests. The SGA has an international heritage with members of different nationalities. Although cultural traits may appear, we all have a common goal: to evoke the famous “Glion Spirit”.
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