Category Life on campus

Ten things to enjoy on a one-day visit to Glion London

Clearly, one day is not enough to experience all that London has to offer, or even to enjoy all that Glion London, the University of Roehampton, and the Putney neighborhood have to offer. But in 24 hours, I learned some interesting things and had some fun moments on my one-day trip to London and I’m happy to share them. Here are the ten things I really enjoyed about my one-day

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Single or double? The roommate experience

Before starting my bachelor degree in hospitality at Glion, I didn’t know if I should choose a single room or a double room. Since I was used to living with other people, having a single room without knowing anyone on campus seemed like an absurd idea. So I chose the double room with an unknown roommate because it was my first time living outside my country and I didn’t know

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Memories of the old times: first day in Glion

I would like to write about something that all Glion students surely remember: their arrival at Glion upon the first semester. I will never forget that day and the apprehension I felt as I arrived. Although I already knew Switzerland, and was coming from a border country, France, it was a great change for me and from my former life. I remember that more than anything else I was freaking out

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Glion Cultural Fair 2013

For the first time on Bulle Campus we hosted the so well-known Cultural Fair that has always taken place on Glion Campus. Once again we had the opportunity to do a quick travel around the world in one evening, visiting all the country-stands presented with lots of love and passion by the students, who presented to others their cultures, their food delicacies and some of the traditional drinks. They truly

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Internship Placement and Visas

The best thing we from the internship office can hear from a student is “I have found an internship”. This is what we work towards, this is why we put in the long hours for the company visits, and this is what makes us smile while we do our job. As my colleagues have already described in the previous articles, we have the pleasure of working with over 500 students

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