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Glion students discuss successful group work

Recently, we have been chatting with students currently undertaking Applied Business Projects (ABPs). These projects involve our students forming teams and partnering with a local or international hospitality organisation, ready to face and solve a particular challenge within the business. Pier-Louis, Tran Hien Dat, Urangoo and Mazen have joined forces to assist Swiss-based Sporthotel Knobelboden. However, they are not the only Glion students involved – a second group consisting of

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Glion students begin exciting hotel project

At Glion, we ensure our students get to experience the challenges and triumphs of the hospitality industry. We provide them with opportunities to gain hands-on learning and first-hand experience. One such method is through our Applied Business Projects (ABPs), where students work closely with a leading hospitality organisation. The ABP involves our students being tasked with a certain challenge or issue the organisation is facing. This could be anything from

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Students embark on challenging project with Swiss hotel

At Glion Institute of Higher Education, our students gain first-hand experience through a range of hands-on modules. One such example is the Applied Business Project (ABP), which sees students work closely with a leading hospitality organization. We spoke to Elin Persson, Ambre Cazaux, Alice Levy and Laura Chauffat, who are conducting their ABP with the four-star Hotel Victoria, situated in Glion village and part of the Relais & Chateaux hotel

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Lessons in event management from the Matterhorn Ultraks

On August 25th and 26th Glion students in the event management program worked as volunteers at the Matterhorn Ultraks event in Zermatt. They headed up to this famous mountain ski resort to lend a hand in the set-up and organization of the event, which attracted 2,400 participants this year. The Ultraks is a two-day trail running event with different races including a vertical race, kids race, and the 16, 32

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Student’s Networking Committee Hosts Industry Networking Event

On May 12, 2017, Glion Institute of Higher Education welcomed five leaders of their respective industries to share their success stories with students. The objective of this student-led event was to provide access to all Glion students to engage with accomplished and experienced leaders.  Speaker events are an integral part of Glion’s teaching model, which combines academic rigor with practical courses and direct exposure with experts in the luxury and service

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