Hotel Management School: Glion Institute of Higher Education
55 Years of Excellence – Glion, a Swiss hotel management school, has been at the forefront of excellence in hospitality education for over 50 years. Since its founding in 1962. Glion has retained a sense of traditional Swiss hospitality while adapting its programs and courses to an ever-changing industry.
- EUROPEAN HOTEL MANAGERS ASSOCIATION (16 February, 2017)
- BEST INNOVATION IN AN EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM (14 November, 2016)
- BEST HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT SCHOOL (5 November, 2015)
Accreditation –Glion is one of only 3 Swiss hotel management school to be accredited at university level by NEASC the New England Association of Schools and Colleges. With this accreditation, Glion delivers its own undergraduate and graduate awards.
Unique curriculum-Glion’s unique business degree curriculum was developed to merge the Swiss hospitality education tradition of hands-on learning methods with contemporary industry knowledge and university academics in 4 academic pillars: Professional Development, Applied Learning, Entrepreneurship and General Education.
Wide range of programs –Glion offers a diverse range of campus-based and online programs and more specializations than any other business hotel management school.
International campuses –Glion has two different campuses of hotel management school in Switzerland, one in Glion – above the famous resort of Montreux on the shores of Lake Geneva – one campus in Bulle – in the heart of the Gruyere region famous for its culinary specialties and another campus in London, a leading international business and finance center. With these three campuses, Glion provides students with a choice of international study locations.
Diversity – Students gain a multicultural life experience and have fun with classmates from around 100 different countries.
Company visits– More than 100 leading international companies per year come to recruit students for internships and graduate positions on campus.
A powerful international network – Glion’s graduates become members of the AAG Glion Alumni Association which is an academic community that fosters valuable personal and professional connections through a global network of students and alumni. At the moment, Glion has 13,500 members worldwide in over 150 countries and 63% of Glion alumni are in management or executive-level positions.