Category Student Life

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

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My second family (part one)

I hope you all had a very nice week and today I will tell you something about a few new people in my life, which have already turned into my second family. I hope that the following introductions will give you a first impression of what the so called “Glion spirit” is all about. Unfortunately, I am not able to introduce you to all of the great people I am

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Insight into life on campus

Hello everyone! I hope you had a nice and enjoyable weekend. My last two weeks at Glion have been very interesting and exciting and I can honestly say that I feel more at home with every passing day. To give you all a little bit of an inside look into life here on campus, I thought I would tell you something about my courses and the activities, which the university

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My new home

After weeks of anticipation I  finally, along with over a hundred other new students, arrived at Glion Institute of Higher Education, which has already started to become and will continue becoming my new home. Even though the process of adjusting to this new environment, far away from my oldest friends and my family, is a little overwhelming given the large amount of new impressions and information you have to take

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Two weeks before take-off

Hello again to everyone, I hope all of you had lovely holidays and I also sincerely hope that a good year is waiting for us all. I myself just got back from a wonderful holiday in my beloved South Africa and now that I have returned home, it has definitely hit me that there are only a mere two weeks left before I (and all of my future colleagues for

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