This semester’s cultural fair was held in the Hotel des Alpes, and with the picturesque backdrop of the Swiss alps, looked promising for an exiting evening of entertainment accompanied with some international delicacies. This time we had representations from the following countries, Algeria, Sweden, Belgium, China, Egypt, France, Indonesia, Italy, Lebanon, Morocco, South Korea, Spain, Thailand, United Kingdom and Ukraine. This evidently demonstrates the true diversity of the Glion body.
Last month, two of our Glion Campus Life Leaders (CLL), Anna Ahlmann (Swedish) and Aicha Hugelshofer (Swiss-Moroccan), organized a gala dinner in the restaurant of the Hotel the Alpes. With ladies in long dresses and gentlemen in suits and bowties, the ambiance was truly one of high society! The students in Kitchen Applied Learning also gave their best to provide us with delicious fine food. After this fun and successful event,
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
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.
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