- 1987 Students
- Private Institution Type
Glion has been at the forefront of excellence in hospitality education for over 50 years. Since its founding in 1962 by Walter Hunziker and Frédéric Tissot, Glion has retained a sense of traditional Swiss hospitality while adapting its programs and courses to an ever-changing industry.
Glion is represented by 13,000 alumni in more than 150 countries who have forged its reputation for excellence as an international business school offering event management and hospitality degrees which nurture leadership skills.
In addition to top international hotel chains, our graduates are also valued in other service sectors where customer experience and loyalty are key to success.
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At graduation, 86% of Glion graduates have a job or multiple offers and nearly 100 top international companies come to our campuses every year to recruit our students for their professional skills, cultural insight, and business expertise.
Many organisations offer scholarships or grants. Some of these might help you to study for a Master at Glion Institute of Higher Education!
Our original residential campus in Glion remains a truly superb learning environment in all respects. Designed as a combined, simulated hotel and school, it features five restaurants for students to practice their hands on learning: Café Viennois, Bellevue dining room, Hotel des Alpes, The Club and La Residence.
An impressive, modern university facility, the Bulle campus was specifically designed for a rigorous academic focus
Here, your superb Glion education will be enriched in countless ways in one of the most dynamic capitals in the world.
Glion is accredited at university level by the US Commission on Institutions of Higher Education of the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC).
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