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Glion students discuss successful group work

Recently, we have been chatting with students currently undertaking Applied Business Projects (ABPs). These projects involve our students forming teams and partnering with a local or international hospitality organisation, ready to face and solve a particular challenge within the business. Pier-Louis, Tran Hien Dat, Urangoo and Mazen have joined forces to assist Swiss-based Sporthotel Knobelboden. However, they are not the only Glion students involved – a second group consisting of

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What do Glion students get up to on their summer break?

Glion students have lots of fun and exciting activities, societies and hobbies to enjoy while studying. However, the summer break is a great way to make the most of having more free time. Our students have many opportunities during the summer months to keep their minds active while also enjoying the sunshine. Here are some examples: Go travelling  Discovering new places and engaging with different cultures is a crucial part

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Glion students cook up exciting MasterChef competition

Recently, we announced that Glion would be hosting its own international MasterChef competition. On Wednesday 6 June, the event took place at our Bulle campus, with students showing off their cultural heritage and culinary flair in front of an expert judging panel. An amazing event Our students come from all over the world, often representing multiple nationalities. So what better way to demonstrate this than with a cooking competition? For those

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Hotel Victoria – a hotel with amazing history and great tradition

When you study at Glion, you get to engage and collaborate with some of the world’s finest organisations. We do this through a variety of methods, including our Applied Business Projects (ABPs), in which our students work closely with a leading hotel, restaurant or brand on an exciting project. One fantastic establishment who have chosen to collaborate with us is the Hotel Victoria. Opened in 1869, the historic hotel has

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Le Bellevue hosts champagne event

Le Bellevue, one of Glion Institute of Higher Education’s new state-of-the-art restaurants, recently hosted an exclusive champagne event. With our experts and industry partners in attendance, the event demonstrated the expertise of our award-winning sommeliers and chefs. The right menu The event, which took place on Thursday 19 April, saw 50 esteemed guests fill Le Bellevue. In attendance was Julien Marietti, who represented La Maison Ruinart, the oldest established champagne

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