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What else can you do with a hospitality degree?

Martina started her own communications agency.  Years after her hospitality degree, armed with a passion for food & travel and valuable experience, she created her own ideal job. After working in the hospitality and events industries, Martina Peters (2000, BSc in Hospitality and Tourism Management) was looking for a better work-life balance. As a young mother, she wanted the flexibility to be available to her family, and still have a challenging,

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Can a hotel school really prepare students for the future?

The hospitality industry is changing quickly led by new technology and evolving consumer behaviors, and the same is true for practically every other industry. Hotel schools, on the other hand, are often seen as remaining very much the same as they were 50 years ago, an outdated perception that needs to change. More than a traditional university environment, hospitality management schools – which used to be known as simply “hotel

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Faculty spotlight: Mr. Gilbert, F&B instructor for hospitality management courses

A quick Q&A session with Mathieu Gilbert, service instructor for Glion’s hospitality management courses. By the Glion Gazette Editorial Team Mathieu Gilbert, or better known as  Mr. Gilbert, is one of the most respected  and admired instructors of our school. His work and dedication in the different restaurants of the school creates a true love for the industry of Food and Beverage. By all, he is known for his love for

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Internship at the Boston Consulting Group

Alexander ten Hoedt (BBA Hospitality 2016) is currently completing his 5th semester internship at the Boston Consulting Group in Zurich. This experience in an international consulting firm has allowed Alexander to go outside of the hospitality industry for a closer look at the medical technology sector, and it has given him some ideas for future career opportunities where hospitality and healthcare meet. About Alexander: Nationality: Dutch Age: 22 Program: BBA

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3 Reasons to Study in an International Environment (Part 1)

At Glion, an extensive range of nations are represented on campus including China, France, Iceland, India, Italy, South Africa, Vietnam and the UK among many others. This fall, we expect an average of more than 50 different student nationalities at each of our three campuses! In an age of advancing global communication alongside travel becoming more accessible – among other international developments – the business world is further opening up

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