This year, for the first time, Glion’s Event, Sport and Entertainment management students are doing applied learning (hands-on courses) in food & beverage service. This was my experience in the restaurants, and I have to admit, it was worth it. It’s not what you expect Are you excited? Where will you be living? Have you ever been to Switzerland before? These are some of the questions that you are asked
Who would have thought a graduate from Glion’s Sport and Event Management School would go on to produce up-scale F&B events? Jacqueline Chelliah ’05, aka Jackie Wonder, co-founded the Funky Brunch company in 2013. As the popularity of the Funky Brunch events grows, Jackie is looking at taking it to a global level. Here’s a little look at her journey from Glion to entrepreneurship and her plans for what’s next.
Name: Evalynn Yiwen ENG Nationality: Singaporean Age: 26 Program: Post Graduate Higher Diploma in Events, Sports and Entertainment Management Applied Learning: Project Factory & Restaurant and Kitchen Background before Glion: Bachelor Degree in National University of Singapore, Management Associate in Super Bean Pte Ltd, Singapore Internship: Events Intern, The Working Capitol (Keong Saik) Pte Ltd, Singapore, Jul – Dec 2015 (6 months) 1. What was your experience like at
International sports events and federations present excellent career opportunities for people who have the right skills. But these highly sought-after positions don’t just require skills in sports management or event management, they require both. The students of the Event Sport and Entertainment (ESE) management programs at Glion Institute of Higher Education have experienced this overlapping area of demands first-hand. From their experiences, we learn that their “hard skills” in sports
On Friday May 8th our ESE4 teams presented their Integrated Projects (IP) at the Olympic Museum in Lausanne. The IP objective was to create a new event program focused on Culture, Education and the spirit of the Olympic Movement for the 2016 Olympic Games in Brazil. These projects were developed with a long term perspective “format” so they may be repeated annually or on occasion for the future Olympic Games.