Hospitality degrees are for people who want to see the world. Enter an industry that continues to grow and change. It is for people who love teamwork and face-to-face interaction. A hospitality management degree gives you the chance to follow your interests in limitless locations, making unforgettable experiences and giving you a highly rewarding career. Here’s five reasons why you should study hospitality management. A career without limits A hospitality
A hotel manager is confident, approachable and adventurous. They aren’t afraid to try new things. Excited to experience new cultures. And they know the importance of teamwork. If you want a career that’s full of challenges, interesting people and exciting developments, hotel management could be just what you’re looking for. Here’s all you wanted to know about hotel management. What is hotel management? Managing a hotel comes with a range of responsibilities.
Mikhail Arnoult and Grisha Davidoff share a long history together. They met at Glion, where they studied International Hotel Development and Finance. While there, they learnt to work with people from around the world, as well as embracing the Glion spirit. After graduating in 2015, they both secured roles with CBRE Group, the largest real estate firm in the world. All of these factors have led to Mikhail and Grisha
We are pleased to announce that Glion Institute of Higher Education is partnering with a leading online publisher and events organizer, International Hospitality Media (IHM) and guest feedback and online reputation management specialist GuestRevu to launch a set of awards that will be presented at an awards ceremony held at the 2017 Boutique and Lifestyle Hotel Summit in London on May 22/23. This event is usually attended by more than 250 key
When Florent de Serpos, BBA ’12, was offered the chance to become the hospitality manager for a new arts and music festival in his home town of Marseille, France, he accepted the challenge without hesitation. Organizing a major event like the BELIEVE IN Marseille Arts & Music Festival, where they expect to see 20,000 visitors over one weekend, is a complicated task. We caught up with Florent to get some