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Things to do in Bulle (and beyond)

Now your semester is in full motion, you will have begun to enjoy everything our campus has to offer. But have you had chance to experience life outside of it yet? Have you taken the opportunity to explore Bulle and its surrounding areas? Whether you’re looking for a good restaurant, an afternoon activity or something to do for the weekend, Bulle offers a range of exciting events and locations. Calum,

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Fun in Switzerland: Winter Sports & Sledding

Switzerland is famous for its winter sports and one of the easiest and most accessible is sledding, or tobogganing. Its a great way to have some fun in Switzerland and it requires little skill. Our Glion Student Ambassador Zahra Madhar shared her experience in Leysin, on a ski and sledding day organized by the school. One of the best things about living in Switzerland “Living in Switzerland is a major

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Things to do in Switzerland in Winter

Switzerland offers an amazing array of winter activities for people of all ages.  We’ve put together this little guide of the things to do in Switzerland this winter, with many activities that are nearby the Glion or Bulle campus. Ski and Snow Activities Les Paccots, 20 minutes from Glion or Bulle “Les Paccots is a small holiday village in the Alpine foothills of Fribourg, it is an ideal place for

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Why Swiss hotel schools are ranked the best in the world

Ever wonder why there are so many hotel schools in Switzerland or why they are considered the best places to study hotel management? Here’s a brief history of Swiss hotel schools, including Glion Hotel School, and an explanation of why they are so highly reputed. Why is Switzerland a top location for hotel schools? According to a hotel schools ranking survey in 2013, Switzerland is the worldwide leader in international

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Glion cultural fair
Glion cultural fair
Glion cultural fair
Glion cultural fair
Glion cultural fair
Glion cultural fair

3 Reasons to Study in an International Environment (Part 2)

We continue our latest article about the benefits of studying in an international environment. Here is Part 1. Reason 2 – Become a better communicator while boosting your language skills Being introduced early on to working within multicultural teams helps to develop your emotional and social intelligence; you become an overall better communicator. Making friends with someone from another country, with a different view on life, opens you up to

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