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Glion students discuss working together on an exciting project

Our Applied Business Projects (ABPs) are a great way for students to gain hands-on skills, work in teams and deliver exciting results. Elin Persson, Ambre Cazaux, Alice Levy and Laura Chauffat have teamed up to work on a project for Swiss four-star Hotel Victoria, part of Relais & Chateau hotel group. They spoke to us about teamwork and what their plans are for the future. Sharing the tasks The foursome

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Why do we do internships?

During your time at Glion, you are quickly immersed into the real world of hospitality. This is done through hands-on learning and professional internships with some of the industry’s finest organisations. Calum, our Student Ambassador, is on hand to tell us more about the importance of internships. Securing an internship Shortly after completing Practical Arts courses in Semester One on the Glion campus, we then start our first internship. It

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Glion prepares for MasterChef competition

Glion has always advocated a friendly atmosphere, where students have the opportunity to leave their stamp on campus life. One way is through events, with the latest being the Glion MasterChef competition. For those who do not know, MasterChef is an international television series in which talented chefs compete against one another, with a contestant being eliminated each episode. Our students got inspired by this TV show and organized their

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What is the Glion Student Government Association?

At Glion Institute of Higher Education, there are many different ways for you to get your voice heard. You could join a club, a committee or a society, and if they don’t have one that fits your particular interests, you can create your own. One of our most successful organisations is our Student Government Association (SGA), which sees an elected group of our students oversee a variety of our clubs,

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Students attend Glion Nutrition Awareness Day

Glion Nutrition Awareness Day, which took place on Tuesday 27 March, saw our students engage in exciting workshops and activities, as well as hearing from industry specialists. Our student ambassador Calum tells us more. Organising the event The planning of the day began all the way back in March 2017, after Swiss university HES Fribourg conducted a survey among Glion students. They asked us what we feel are the most

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