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The world’s five best restaurant views

When you go to a nice restaurant, you’re not just going for the food. You want to be wowed by the service, the ambience and, often, the view. Whether it be a restaurant with a stunning city backdrop or a luxury resort in a breathtaking location, enjoying gorgeous scenery is just as important as eating great food. At Glion, our new restaurant, Le Bellevue, blends gourmet cuisine with a panoramic

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Glion students make dreams come true for Sumba Hotel School and ShareADream

Throughout 2016, Glion students came out in force to support the efforts of the Glion Charity Committee (GCC), attending events and making donations to help the committee achieve their fund-raising goals. This semester, the GCC collected funds for the Sumba Hospitality Foundation, a non-profit organization founded by a Glion alumna that provides vocational hospitality courses for local children to support the growth of sustainable tourism, and for ShareADream, a foundation that connects NGOs

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From around the World

Do you ever find yourself dreaming about all the places in the world you would like to visit and know better? Do you ever wish to meet as many people from different countries as possible? If the answer is yes, then Glion Institute of Higher Education is the perfect place for you. Here, people from all around the world are reunited to study together, including students from 97 different nationalities.

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Glion London Magazine – February 2016

Discover the latest edition of the Glion London campus life magazine. This month, our students have been broadening their horizons, by learning all about the luxury industry at Glion’s exclusive seminar in central London. Find out more below!

Bulle campus cleans up

On Friday and Saturday, the 11th and 12th of September, it was Clean Up Day in Switzerland. More than a hundred “communes” (city districts) took part in it and Bulle was one of them. For the students on the Bulle campus if Glion Institute of Higher Education, it was an opportunity to act as members of the community and demonstrate our attachment and respect for this city that has been

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