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
On Friday, April 25th, Glion Institute of Higher Education will host the “Generation Y and Lifecycle Planning” forum. As many of our students are part of “Generation Y”, this forum will address the specific issues that Gen-Yers face as they enter the labor market of the global economy. Additionally, key speakers will present traditional and alternative investment opportunities that could be of interest to Gen-Yers. The goal of the forum
Last week Glion welcomed Thomas Junod, Education and Universities Manager, and Damaris Papoutsakis VIP Services Manager of UEFA onto the Bulle campus to discuss collaboration on academic projects in a gradual run up to EURO 2016. The projects will be carried out by post-graduate ESE students with the focus initially being on exploring the E-guest experience and VIP cultural programs at tournament locations. Michelle Wells, ESE Program Manager said “Having
The second semester of Glion London is following its course, in our dear Roehampton campus, just right next to the centre of this wonderful and teeming city. We are now about half way through, and I can guarantee you that our little lives have been pretty busy. New students arrived, semester one and postgraduates, and they became rapidly part of our little community, as we are filled with so much