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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 student embraces the world of luxury on latest internship

Glion Institute of Higher Education isn’t all about hotels – we also enjoy close relationships with some of the world’s leading luxury brands. One example is Swiss watchmaker Hublot, who recently gave BBA International Hospitality Business student Shihao ‘George’ Xu the chance to embark on his second internship. George tells us about this fantastic experience below. A new challenge After completing his first internship at the Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo, George

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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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Top tips to beat exam stress

Exam season can be one of the most stressful times of your life. While it can feel like there is so much work to do, and lots of information to take in, it doesn’t have to be overwhelming. To help you, we’ve listed some top study tips to make sure you absorb what you need without getting too stressed out. And if you do feel anxious, our suggestions on tackling

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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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