Category Student Life

Festival of Cultures

As all of you know, some of the most important attributes and characteristics you need to possess, when emerging into the world of hospitality are to be open-minded, tolerant and respectful, as well as having a certain multicultural sensitivity. All of these traits are promoted on a daily basis due to being surrounded by such a wide array of nationalities and cultures, and everyone who is a student at Glion

Continue reading…

Ice-Skating Adventure

Hello everyone! I hope you all had a very nice weekend and are ready to go back to work. In Glion, there are a variety of different things and activities to do on weekends. It is obviously essential and necessary to do some academic work, be it on projects, studying for exams or simply doing homework, but the workload varies from week to week and for those times, where not

Continue reading…

Mid-term break

As I mentioned in my previous blog, the last few weeks have been very tiring and stressful, which is why everyone was very excited to be going on their first mid-term break and within hours the campus resembled an almost completely uninhabited area. At the same time, the train stations and the airport in Geneva became the new gathering spots for most of the students and you were certain to

Continue reading…

A day in the life of a Glion student

Hello everyone! The last few weeks have been packed with many exams, projects, presentations and various other assignments, but I have now gotten used to this rather busy and hectic schedule and I am able to update you on my past two weeks at Glion and my life as a student in general. As I promised in my last blog, I would like to give you a more thorough insight

Continue reading…

Life on campus

Before I tell you about the events of the past two weeks, I would like to take some time to express my deepest sympathy to all those affected by the catastrophic events in Japan. The magnitude of what has happened and of what is still going on is simply unbelievable and I urge everyone to help in any way they can. Getting back to more positive occurrences, I have a

Continue reading…