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Universidad líder en formación relacionada con le hostelería y la gestión de empresas deportivas y de ocio

Universidad líder en formación relacionada con le hostelería y la gestión de empresas deportivas y de ocio

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  • GLION INTRODUCTION SLIDE
  • THE FASTEST GROWING INDUSTRY This slide consists of a sequence of 3 images illustrating the most common career possibilities that the industry can offer. The images come and go alone. The slide finishes with the sentence ‘ THE WORLD OF HOSPITALITY IS CHANGING RAPIDILY ACROSS THE WORLD ’. After this you can CLICK to go to slide the next slide
  • THE FASTEST GROWING INDUSTRY This slide consists of a sequence of 3 images illustrating the most common career possibilities that the industry can offer. The images come and go alone. The slide finishes with the sentence ‘ THE WORLD OF HOSPITALITY IS CHANGING RAPIDILY ACROSS THE WORLD ’. After this you can CLICK to go to slide the next slide
  • WHY HOSPITALITY ? This slide contains some interesting industry key facts and forecast presented by the World Travel & Tourism Council in March 2006. Why the hospitality industry? It gives you solid, strong arguments to explain why choosing the hospitality industry for a professional career.
  • Multipurpose Entertainment Room – The room is designed for: - Teaching - Craft Based Learning (CBL) or practice - Delivery of entertainment events including a small back stage area for the storage of entertainment equipment and the running of entertainment events. New Entertainment Equipment – Mobile lighting and sound for Fashion Shows, Talent Shows, Cultural Nights, Ceremonies, etc Field trips : Geneva Stadium World Sports Forum Nidecker Snowboard Factory Olympic Museum
  • Here is a list of the industry advisors specific to the ESE programme. This group will come on campus once a semester to check the academic content as well as speak to students about their goals and aspirations
  • MAKING THE RIGHT DECISION In the next slide we are going to present what are the most important things to consider while choosing a University and programme right for you.
  • GLION SPORT MANAGEMENT SCHOOL ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES This SLIDE is hidden, it’s a very brief map out of the Academic Programmes, in case you don’t have time to go into details with each programme you can show this SLIDE instead of one SLIDE per each programme. To UNHIDE a SLIDE : 1. Right-click any slide during a slide show, point to Go, and click Slide Navigator. Numbers in parentheses indicate hidden slides. 2. Double-click the slide you want to view. First programme (Associate degree) appears alone. When finish explanation CLICK and next programme appears. Repeat until end of programmes. Last programme PGC/PGD/PGHD CLICK to go to next SLIDE
  • GLION SPORT MANAGEMENT SCHOOL ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES First programme (Associate degree). A Glance at the Curriculum: This part shows the 3 different strands separated by a thin line. The first part is the professional development, the second part the entrepreneurship and the 3rd one the general education pathway Most courses of this 3rd pathway are . Courses indicated are some examples and do not include all the courses. Each of these individual programmes slides should not take you more than 30 sec each. You don’t have to read the subjects or the requirements. These are for people to read if interested, You just give a short description of how the programme works. CLICK to go to next SLIDE
  • GLION SPORT MANAGEMENT SCHOOL ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES BA A Glance at the Curriculum: This part shows the 3 different strands separated by a thin line. The first part is the professional development, the second part the entrepreneurship and the 3rd one the general education pathway Most courses of this 3rd pathway are . Courses indicated are some examples and do not include all the courses. Each of these individual programmes slides should not take you more than 30 sec each. You don’t have to read the subjects or the requirements. These are for people to read if interested, You just give a short description of how the programme works. CLICK to go to next SLIDE
  • GLION SPORT MANAGEMENT SCHOOL ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES PGC/PGD/PGHD A Glance at the Curriculum: This part shows the 3 different strands separated by a thin line. The first part is the professional development, the second part the entrepreneurship and the 3rd one the general education pathway Most courses of this 3rd pathway are . Courses indicated are some examples and do not include all the courses. Each of these individual programmes slides should not take you more than 30 sec each. You don’t have to read the subjects or the requirements. These are for people to read if interested, You just give a short description of how the programme works. CLICK to go to next SLIDE
  • MAKING THE RIGHT DECISION In the next slide we are going to present what are the most important things to consider while choosing a University and programme right for you.
  • These are some general examples of what someone might be interested in doing after completing their degree in sport marketing. Brand Management…
  • These are some general examples of what someone might be interested in doing after completing their degree in sport marketing. Brand Management…
  • These are some general examples of what someone might be interested in doing after completing their degree in sport marketing. Brand Management…
  • These are some general examples of what someone might be interested in doing after completing their degree in sport marketing. Brand Management…
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  • THE MOST DIVERSE INDUSTRY N ot only... T he world of EVENT SPORT ENTERTAINMENT is changing rapidly across the world… E ntertainment S ports E vent
  • THE MOST DIVERSE INDUSTRY B ut also... H ealth & W ellness T heatre & L eisure
  • WHY EVENT, SPORT & ENTERTAINMENT ? INDUSTRY KEY FACTS / FORECAST Event & Entertainment T he MICE Sector (Meetings, Incentives, Conventions and Exhibitions) is one of the fastest growing sectors in the tourism industry. W orldwide Entertainment & Media Industry will increase by 38% between 2005 and 2010 S ports alone in USA represents a revenue between U$ 375 to 425 billions Sports T remendous market boost with: the Euro Football Cup (Switzerland & Austria) - 2008 the Summer Olympics (Beijing) - 2008 the FIFA World Cup (South Africa) - 2010 the Winter Olympics (Canada) - 2010
  • WHAT IS UNIQUE ABOUT THIS PROGRAM?
    • A CADEMIC
      • Purpose built entertainment classroom with equipment
      • Small class sizes therefore increased participation
      • Craft Based Learning experience through running of events, fitness centre, social activities
      • Field trips and guest speakers
      • Specialised and dedicated faculty with industry experience
      • Developing business & professional skills as well as personal skill to become an effective manager
      • Program flexibility and possibility to change to hospitality
      • Industry panel advising on curriculum design
  • INDUSTRY PANEL
    • Kim Gaynor
      • Managing Director of the Verbier Festival & Academy
      • Events, Entertainment, Arts
    • André Gorgemans
      • General Secretary World Federation of the Sporting Goods Industry
      • Sport, Retail, Governance
    • Robert Jérôme
      • Vice President of Intrawest
      • Resort Management & Development, Sport, Tourism
    • Christian Savioz
      • Coordination Manager of Swissmate
      • Events, Sport, Marketing
    • Dieter Schellenberg
      • General Secretary of the UCI
      • Sport Governance
  • ADVISORY BOARD
    • New specialists from the World of Sport and Events:
    • Jakob Hlasek
      • Former pro tennis player and Davis Cup Captain
    • Claude Membrez
      • General Manager of Palexpo, Geneva’s world class
    • exhibition and convention facility)
    • Martin Engstoem
      • Founder of the Verbier Festival & Academy and former Vice
      • President of Artists and Repertoire at Deutsche Grammophon)
  • WHAT IS UNIQUE ABOUT THIS PROGRAM?
    • C AREER
      • Global employment opportunities in Event, Sport and Entertainment management are growing exponentially
      • Students are exposed to a range of industry professionals throughout their studies
      • Focus on what passions students through the 4 specialisations of the BA
      • program:
        • Event Management
        • Entertainment Management
        • Sport & Entertainment Marketing
        • Sport & Entertainment Facility Management
  • WHAT IS UNIQUE ABOUT THIS PROGRAMME?
    • L OCATION
      • Switzerland is an ideal location for this program
        • World renown events taking place nearby (ie. Montreux Jazz Festival)
        • Congresses, symposium, fairs (Geneva Palexpo)
        • Excellent winter and summer sport facilities
        • Many entertainment opportunities (casino, theme parks)
        • International Sports Federations & Headquarters
  • WHICH PROGRAM IS FOR ME?
  • Two Great Program Pathways S1 Glion S1 Glion Hospitality Management S2 Internship S3 Glion S2 Glion S3 Internship S4 Bulle Event, Sport & Entertainment Management Hospitality Administration Event, Sport & Entertainment Administration S6 Bulle S5 Internship S7 Bulle Students have option to transfer between pathways after Semester 1 Hospitality & Tourism Hospitality Marketing Hospitality Finance & Revenue Hospitality and HR S4 Bulle Hospitality and Event Hospitality and Entertainment Associate Degree Bachelor Degree Hospitality Management ESE Management Entertainment Mgt. Sport and Entertainment Mrk. Sport & Entertainment Facility Management Event Mgt.
  • ▼ ASSOCIATE DEGREE Event, Sport & Entertainment Administration (2 years) S1 & S2 GLION Foundation Year ▼ ▼ ▼ S4 BULLE
    • BACHELORS DEGREES:
    • Event Management
    • Entertainment Mgt.
    • Sport and Ent. Marketing
    • Sport & Entertainment
    • Facility Mgt.
    • (3.5 years)
    ▼ S1 GLION/BULLE S2 GLION/BULLE ▼ S3 BULLE
    • POST GRADUATE
    • DIPLOMA /HIGHER DIPLOMA
    • Event, Sport & Entertainment
    • (1 to 2 years)
    EVENT, SPORT & ENTERTAINMENT (ESE) PROGRAMS S3 INTERNSHIP S5 INTERNSHIP S6 BULLE S7 BULLE INTERNSHIP INTERNSHIP
  • ASSOCIATE DEGREE Event, Sport & Entertainment Management (2 years) WHO? High school students looking for a fast track to first employment or wanting to continue their studies towards the BA with a focus on Sport, Event or Leisure management REQUIREMENTS? 18 or above / High School / English
    • A GLANCE AT THE CURRICULUM…
    • Craft Based Learning in Event, Sport & Entertainment
    • Sport & Entertainment Facility & Venue Management
    • Principles of Sport & Entertainment Tourism
    • Managing Events
    • Event Management Project
    • Managing People in Sport & Entertainment
    • Basic & Advanced Accounting
    • English or Foreign Language
    • Information Technology
    • Communication…
    Year 1 Year 2 ▼ S3 INTERNSHIP FOUNDATION YEAR (S1 & S2) ▼ S4 ESE ASSOCIATE DEGREE
  • WHO? High School graduates looking for a bachelor’s degree programme focusing on Sport, Event and Leisure management REQUIREMENTS? 18 or above / High School / English
    • A GLANCE AT THE CURRICULUM…
    • Management in the World of Sport and Entertainment
    • Sport, Entertainment and the Media
    • Financial Management
    • Legislation and Contractual law
    • Macro Micro Economics
    • Marketing in the Sport & Entertainment Industry
    • Venue Operations Management (all except Sport Mktg)
    • Conference & Event Management (Event)
    • Casino & Gaming Management (entertainment)
    • Essentials of Brand Management (Sport Marketing)
    • Spa Management (S&E Facility Management)
    ▼ S5 INTERNSHIP S6 ▼ S7
    • BACHELOR OF ARTS
    • Event Management
    • Entertainment Management
    • Sport & Entert. Marketing
    • Sport & Entert. Facility Mgt
    • (3.5 years)
    Year 3 Year 3 1/2 ESE BACHELOR DEGREE
    • POST GRADUATE
    • DIPLOMA/HIGHER DIPLOMA
    • Event, Sport & Entertainment
    • (1 to 2 years)
    WHO? Degree holders or those with significant work experience wishing to change career. Programme is tailor-made according to educational / work background and objective REQUIREMENTS? Bachelor Degree or significant work experience / English S1 Operation S2 Administration S3 Management INTERNSHIP Year 1 Year 2
    • A GLANCE AT THE CURRICULUM…
    • Craft Based Learning in Sport & Entertainment
    • Sport & Entertainment Facility & Venue Management
    • Principles of Sport & Entertainment Tourism
    • Managing Events in Sport & Entertainment
    • Event Management Project
    • Managing People in Sport & Entertainment
    • Basic & Advanced Accounting
    • English or Foreign Language
    • Information Technology
    • Communication…
    ESE POST GRADUATE PROGRAM
  • WHAT KIND OF POSITIONS?
  • SPORT & ENTERTAINMENT MARKETING
    • EXAMPLES
    • Athlete Management
    • Event Management
    • Marketing Agencies
    • Product Development
    • Product Marketing
    • Product Distribution & Retails
    • Sport Governance
    • Professional Sport –Event
    • Franchise Management
    • Sport Media
  • EVENT MANAGEMENT
    • EXAMPLES
    • Event Management
    • Sport & Event Tour Operating
    • Sport & Event Tourism
    • Planning / Development
    • Resort Management
    • MICE (Meetings/Incentives/ Conferences/Exhibitions) Management
    • Event Hospitality Management
    • Venue Management
    • Product Marketing
    • Professional Sport / Event Franchise Management
  • ENTERTAINMENT MANAGEMENT
    • EXAMPLES
    • Casino / Gambling Management
    • Film / TV Production
    • Film / Music Studio Management
    • Cinema Management
    • Resort Management
    • Cruise Entertainment Management
    • Visitor Attraction Park Management
    • Event Management
    • Venue Management
    • Theatre Management
    • Talent Management
    • Entertainment Complex
    • Management
  • SPORT & ENTERTAINMENT FACILITY MANAGEMENT
    • EXAMPLES
    • Sport facilities Management
    • Sports schools (e.g. ski, tennis…)
    • Sport & Event Tour Operating
    • Health & Fitness Clubs
    • Golf Clubs
    • Sport Stadiums
    • Sport Federations Governance
    • Public Sector Sport Administration
    • Resort Management
    • Venue Management
    • Event Management
    • MICE (Meetings / Incentives / Conferences / Exhibitions)
  • ALUMNI – A WORLDWIDE NETWORK
    • Wherever your career takes you around the world, you will be almost certain of finding yourself close to some fellow Alumni.
    • EXAMPLES
    • OF RECENT GRADUATES
    • Pamela Jonker
    • Event Coordinator - CHOPARD WATCHES
    • Jacqueline Cheliah
    • Development Manager - FIBA (International Basketball Federation)
    • Alex Vujisic
    • Athlete Manager - PEOPLEJOB
    • Lisa Tang
    • Managing Director - ENTEOS (Sport Marketing Company)
    • Lisa Tang as Master of Ceremony and with Roger Federer during the Tennis Masters Cup in Shangai - 2006
    ALUMNI – A WORLWIDE NETWORK
  • Glion Institute of Higher Education Admissions: Rue du Lac 118 • 1815 Clarens • Switzerland Tel: +41 021 989 26 77 Fax: +41 021 989 26 78 www.astex.es