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How to combine travel with study

There are times when all you want to do is pack your bags and go travel. Have you ever done this? My friend and I did this at least twice per month. We did not spend weeks planning – we decided, we packed and we went. As easy as it sounds. Throughout this one year, while studying the MBA in International Hospitality and Service Industries Management, we have visited over

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From Glion to Lyon – students visit France’s food capital

Glion’s ideal location means students always have the opportunity to visit neighboring countries. Our students often take trips to France, especially the beautiful city of Lyon. Glion’s student ambassadors, Ainura and Farida, wrote about the recent trip and what they got up to. Choosing Lyon Switzerland is ideally located in the heart of Europe, which allows Glion students to travel easily to the nearest counties. These include France, Italy, Germany and many others. France,

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Glion students race for charity at Lausanne Marathon

Organized twice a year, the Lausanne 10K marathon is a public race which sees thousands of people from across Switzerland take part. Thus, the Glion Charity Committee encouraged some of our Glion students to take part and run for a good cause. Our student ambassador, Master’s student Nicholas Angelo Di Matteo, wrote this blog detailing the event. Marathon preparation The road ahead for the marathon is tough. Therefore, our students ensure they’re

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13 of my favorite things to do in New York

NYC has so much to offer a young student on internship in hospitality! Astried Arini (Bachelor Degree in Hospitality Management 2016 ) shares her favorite things to do in NYC  during her internship in the rooms division department at The Chatwal, in New York City. Life on internship in New York City New York is my dream place to visit and work, so I had some places on my list that I really wanted to

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How An Internship Can Turn A Dream Into A Goal

I am walking through the streets of Ginza, Tokyo, amongst tall buildings filled with colorful signs and exclusive shops on my way to work. Outside every store there are sales associates welcoming customers, always smiling and expressing friendly greetings in Japanese. The streets are crowded, yet not many are pushing their way through the crowd as I walk around the corner to see The Peninsula, built to resemble a beautiful

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