When Glion students go to London, either for a semester or for the full-program, they are often surprised by how different the Glion London campus is from the Swiss campuses. Yvette Liu was in her 4th semester of the BA in Hospitality when she transferred to Glion London looking for a different experience, and she got it! In this interview, she shares the things she likes best about Glion London
“Its not about the mountain we conquer, but ourselves” – Sir Edmund Hillary Climbing has always been a sport that thrilled me. It is widely known as a team sport, but when you climb, it is truly between you and the mountain. Whatever happens when you are up there on the rocks of the mountain – from the calculated moves you take, to the mistakes you make – are between
I have always been interested in food, mostly in eating it. My culture, Italian, and my family played a very important role in this. A few years ago, I started living on my own and the necessity of feeding myself let me discover a great passion for cooking, especially cooking for others. Relaxing and exciting at the same time, cooking represents for me the beginning of a moment of communion.
What is the Event Sport and Entertainment Management program in Glion about nowadays? In my experience, people are often wondering what the key segments of this degree are and what we are actually doing. This article will answer all those questions. To start with, we ESE students also have to put our knowledge into practice and, as we all know, this period is called CBL (craft-based learning) or applied learning.
The Charity Club has been a successful part of our school for almost a year now. In the past two semesters, we’ve had the opportunity to organize a plethora of different events encompassing dinners, parties and other fundraisers. To date, the Charity Club has raised over a thousand francs for both the Swiss Red Cross and Pour un Sourire d’Enfant, charities which allow us to give back on a local