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Glion Institute of Higher Education, is among the top 3 hospitality management schools in the world for an international career and provides undergraduate, graduate and post graduate studies in the fields of hospitality, hotel and tourism to students from all over the world. Our academic programs are accredited at university level by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges in the USA.

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  1. 1. acadeMicProGraMsUndergraduate and GraduateHospitality | event, Sport and entertainmentwww.glion.edu
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  3. 3. Table of ConTenTSGLiON iNSTiTuTE OF HiGHEr EduCATiON 4FOr AN iNTErNATiONAL & SuCCESSFuL CArEEr 5-6A widE rANGE OF CArEEr OppOrTuNiTiES 7iNTErNSHip & FirST EmpLOymENT STATiSTiCS 8UnDeRGRaDUaTe PRoGRamSA widE CHOiCE OF SpECiALizATiONS 10HOSpiTALiTy prOGrAmS 11-13EvENT, SpOrT & ENTErTAiNmENT 14-16PoSTGRaDUaTe PRoGRamSpOSTGrAduATE prOGrAmS 18-19GRaDUaTe PRoGRamSmASTEr OF BuSiNESS AdmiNiSTrATiON 22mASTEr OF EduCATiON 23ONLiNE mBA iN iNTErNATiONAL HOSpiTALiTy mANAGEmENT 24AppLiEd rESEArCH 25AdmiSSiON rEquirEmENTS 26-27 | TABLE OF CONTENTS Glion - academic proGrams | 3
  4. 4. Glion institute of HiGHer education Vision Glion Graduate through its challenging academic programs, structured living scHool Mission environment, craft-based learning, and the “Glion spirit”, spearheading the institutional mission, the Graduate school Glion institute of Higher education develops innovative provides an exciting and innovative synergy between academic leaders for a broad array of service industries. rigor and global service practice. the Master programs aim to develop reflective individuals, empowered to meet the challenges of ambitious and wide-ranging career aspirations. Mission Glion institute of Higher education (GiHe) offers our internationally experienced faculty provides a rich management focused programs for the hospitality and other spectrum of courses tailored to the needs of future leaders service industries. With an emphasis on both didactic and in the rapidly evolving global, technological business and craftbased learning, Glion is european in its outlook, swiss education environment. We achieve this by reinforcing both in its work ethos, american in its educational approach, and subject competence and transferable skills, enabling our multinational in its student body. all programs emphasize participants to make flexible, thoughtful contributions to| ABOuT GLiON the development of generic thinking skills, the understanding their chosen field. our student-centered approach to teaching of contemporary management theory, and the integration of and learning is inspired by the swiss work ethos, striving for theory and practice. the “Glion spirit“ and Glion academic perfection and diligence, as well as service-mindedness and programs prepare graduates for rapid progress to international customer focus. We encourage participants to explore topics in managerial positions. depth, developing their intellectual skills and a habit of life-long learning. We serve those who have an undergraduate degree, may be in mid-career, or seeking an important career change. THE vALuES THAT GuidE GLiON iNSTiTuTE OF HiGHEr they will leave us to become leaders or educators within the EduCATiON AS wE wOrk TOwArd Our viSiON ArE : world of services. • To operate a sustainable business model and reflect this in our curriculum • To provide educational breadth coupled with optional specialization • To work as reflective practitioners • To develop leadership, enterprise and entrepreneurial skills • To respect differences of culture • To act with integrity • To practice and teach the Swiss work ethos • To foster an international perspective • To mentor our students • To guide students to increasing responsibility • To provide students with American style Student Services| miSSiON 4 | Glion - academic proGrams
  5. 5. for an international& successful careerWith an increase in business travel, leisure time and disposable income,opportunities in hotel, tourism, event, sport and entertainment are developinglike never before. these dynamic sectors are among the largest employers inthe world with growth forecasted to continue over the coming decades.Glion institute of liBrarY resources – researcHHiGHer education each campus has its own library offering over 12,000 bookslocated in switzerland, GiHe welcomes each year over 1,500 and more than 40,000 online publications. our professionalstudents from more than 90 different countries. Glion offers librarians assist students in their academic research and inundergraduate, postgraduate and graduate programs that finding information. adjacent to each library is a study room that | ABOuT GLiONcombine current industry knowledge with managerial skills and offers the perfect setting to undertake research and group study.personal development. through its wide choice of curricula,students can choose the program that best answers theirprofessional goals and individual aspiration. inforMation tecHnoloGY Both campuses benefit from a wireless environment whichaccreditation - recoGnition offers convenience and ease of access to students. this isGlion is accredited at university level by the commission on why students are required to have a laptop so they can workinstitutions of Higher education (ciHe) of the new england and access the institution’s intranet, internet or their e-mailsassociation of schools and colleges (neasc), www.neasc.org, regardless of their location. they may bring their own laptopin the united states. it is one of the six associations recognized provided it meets the required specifications or they canby the american department of education. Glion is also purchase it through the school.recognized by the swiss cantonal authorities of fribourg.facultY intaKes85 full-time and part-time faculty members of various intakes for the undergraduate programs are twice a year, innationalities convey their passion and experience to our January / february and in July / august. the Master programsstudents. all have relevant academic credentials and / or have only one intake in July (apart from the online MBa options).extensive professional experience. they are encouraged to beactive members of professional associations and are requiredto regularly update their subject knowledge through scholarlyresearch. We also select faculty members who have professionalexperience in the field they teach, thus maintaining a strongrelationship between practice and theory. | uNiquE EduCATiONAL SETTiNGcareer deVeloPMentdePartMentour career development department is very active in helpingstudents secure employment upon graduation. each semester,key recruiters from over 30 international companies come oncampus to recruit future graduates. they include hotel chainssuch as accor, four seasons, Hyatt international, financialinstitutions such as JP Morgan as well as event, sport andentertainment organizations. Glion - academic proGrams | 5
  6. 6. OUR CAMPUSES GiHe is comprised of two campuses – Glion and Bulle. Both offer beautiful outdoor surroundings with nearby activities such as skiing, golfing, horseback riding, paragliding, cycling and many more. students will typically live on or close to the Glion and/or Bulle campus depending on the program chosen. GLiON overlooking the tourist resort of Montreux, the campus of Glion offers a panoramic and breathtaking view of the riviera vaudoise as well as the french and swiss alps. through its excellent facilities, friendly atmosphere and multicultural environment, students develop their hands-on and administrative proficiency. BuLLE Bulle is a young and dynamic town located in the canton of fribourg, a beautiful tourist region. students study| ABOuT GLiON in a purpose built university style campus and focus on managerial studies. the campus offers a comfortable living atmosphere as well as modern educational facilities. A FEw FACTS Total student population 1547 Students on Glion campus 418 Students on Bulle campus 601 Students on internships 378 BrEAkdOwN OF STudENTS pEr prOGrAm undergraduate students 1395 postgraduate students 152 master students 64 Number of faculty members 85 Average number of internship opportunities per student 4.65 Average number of interviews for first employment 3.5 Student male / female ratio 48/52 Number of nationalities represented 92 percentage of international students 94 % percentage of Swiss students 6%| kEy FACTS NATiONALiTy miX Europe 59 % Americas 7% Asia 25 % middle East, Africa & Sub Continent 9% Based on 2010 data 6 | Glion - academic proGrams
  7. 7. a Wide ranGe ofcareer oPPortunitiesan education in the growing industry of hospitality, tourism, event, sport andentertainment offers a wide choice of career opportunities to young graduates.students may therefore choose to work in one of the following sectors. HOSPITALITY & TOURISMHOTELS & FOOd SErviCES TOuriSm EduCATiON - TrAiNiNG• national and international hotel chains • tourist offices • Hotel and tourism management schools• corporate offices • Ministries of tourism • Professional and vocational establishments• Hotels • travel agencies • research institutions• Holiday and sports clubs • tour operators• time sharing accommodation • tourism planning and development sector JOurNALiSm & mEdiA• restaurants • railway, maritime, airline companies • Professional and specialized media | CArEEr• Bars • convention and congress facilities • Publishing houses• night clubs HEALTH & wELLNESS OTHEr SECTOrS ANd SErviCES• catering • clinics and hospitals • finance - banksFOOd iNduSTry • specialized establishments • insurance companies• Production facilities (retirement homes and spas) • equipment supplier companies• distribution and trade companies • real estate• Processing plants HumAN rESOurCES • information technology and it services • Human resources department • international business relations • training department • diplomacy mArkETiNG & COmmuNiCATiON • sales and/or marketing department • Public relations department EVENT, SPORT & ENTERTAINMENTSpOrT & EvENT FACiLiTy HEALTH & wELLNESS EduCATiON -TrAiNiNG• sport centers • clinics and hospitals • sports management schools | A wOrLd OF OppOrTuNiTiES• Health and fitness clubs • specialized establishments • Professional and vocational establishments• Golf clubs (retirement homes and spas) • Youth centers• sport stadiums• training facilities SpOrT AdmiNiSTrATiON JOurNALiSm & mEdiA• Professional sport franchises • sporting goods manufacturing companies • Professional and specialized media • sport federations • Publishing housesENTErTAiNmENT & LEiSurE • Professional team franchises• casinos • local government departments• theme parks • sport development institutions• amusement and attraction parks• Private clubs mArkETiNG & COmmuNiCATiON• resorts • Marketing companies• concert, music, theaters venues • sales departments• Museums • Public relations firms• film production houses • communication agencies • event management companies • Product marketing, distribution and retailing companies Glion - academic proGrams | 7
  8. 8. internsHiP & first eMPloYMent statistics A BRIGHT FUTURE LIES AHEAD | 3.5 interviews per student in 2010, each graduating student FirST EmpLOymENT STATuS ON GrAduATiON dAy averaged 3.5 interviews with key recruiters from international companies. Employed or with employment offer 88.4% Many of those interviews resulted in Continuing studies or other 11.6%| iNTErSHipS ANd CArEEr offers of employment upon graduation. FirST EmpLOymENT SECTOr FirST EmpLOymENT dESTiNATiON corporate training is in high demand, as it allows graduates to quickly access Europe 62% managerial positions. trainees typically Americas 2% work for 12 to 18 months, rotating Asia / pacific 31% through the various departments of middle East and Africa 5% a hotel, resort or other international organization before choosing a specialty. FirST EmpLOymENT STATuS ON GrAduATiON dAy this exposure to many aspects of the hospitality industry allows for rapid advancement to senior level positions. Corporate or management Training 30% Master program graduates are supported rooms division 11% to find their next career step mainly Sales & marketing 9% through our alumni contacts. Finance 9% Food & Beverage 9% Other (tourism sports, entertainment etc.) 28% Human resources 4% Note : The above figures are based on 2010 graduating students INTERNSHIP FACTS | 4.65 internship opportunities per student GiHe students are in high demand. for the hospitality management section, there are on average 4.65 internship students typically do their internship(s) opportunities per student in in one or several of the following switzerland and abroad in our database. departments : front office, service, kitchen, the first internship is for students rooms division and administration. to experience what working in the Historically, students in the event, industry is like. students are supported sport and entertainment program have with finding this placement but have obtained administrative internships in to commit time to find their placement hotels, resorts, sports federations, event with our help. the second internship organizations, health and sports clubs, as is designed as an administrative or well as the olympic Museum and other junior management level placement companies related to the olympic Games. and is the responsibility of the student to find. students are supported in their COuNTriES / CONTiNENT wHErE STudENTS dO THEir iNTErNSHip(S) search by the internship department. (BASEd ON BA & BBA prOGrAmS - 2010) internships offer an ideal environment for students to showcase their talents,| STATiSTiCS Europe 49% which can often lead to an employment Switzerland 25% offer upon graduation. Asia pacific 17% Americas 2% middle East and Africa 7% 8 | Glion - academic proGrams
  9. 9. | uNdErGrAduATE prOGrAmSunderGraduateProGraMsHospitality management | event, Sport & entertainment management Glion - academic proGrams | 9
  10. 10. a Wide cHoice of sPecializations Glion has developed two undergraduate programs : • Hospitality Management • event, sport and entertainment Management| uNdErGrAduATE prOGrAmS HOSPITALITY EVENT, SPORT & MANAGEMENT ENTERTAINMENT Semester 1 Semester 1 GLION GLION students are allowed to change Semester 2 Semester 2 pathway at the end of INTERNSHIP GLION the first semester Semester 3 Semester 3 DIPLOMA GLION INTERNSHIP IN HOTEL & RESTAURANT OPERATIONS Semester 4 Semester 4 BULLE BULLE ASSOCIATE DEGREE ASSOCIATE DEGREE IN EVENT, SPORT & IN HOSPITALITY ENTERTAINMENT MANAGEMENT ADMINISTRATION Semester 5 INTERSHIP Event, Sport & Entertainment Hospitality Management Management Semester 6 Hospitality & Tourism BULLE Event Management Management Semester 7 Hospitality Finance & BULLE Entertainment Revenue Management Management Hospitality & Human Sport & Entertainment Resources BACHELOR Marketing DEGREE| ACAdEmiC pATHwAyS Sport & Entertainment Hospitality Marketing Facility Management Hospitality and Event Management Hospitality & Environmental ASSOCiATE / BACHELOr dEGrEES Management While students must choose a path when they enter GiHe, they have the opportunity to change academic pathways at the end of semester 1. pOSTGrAduATE prOGrAmS Glion offers postgraduate programs from 1 to 2 years in Hospitality (page 18) or in event, sport and entertainment (page 19). 10 | Glion - academic proGrams
  11. 11. HosPitalitYProGraMs DIPLOMA IN HOTEL AND RESTAURANT OPERATIONS | 1.5 yearsthis one and a half year program is open Semester 1 Semester 2 Semester 3to students from 17 years old or older and GLION GLION INTERNSHIPis designed to provide fast-track accessto first employment. Please refer tosemester 1 and 3 of the associate degree | HOSpiTALiTy prOGrAmSfor course guidelines. However, pleasenote that the diploma program has fewercourses than the associate degree. ASSOCIATE DEGREE IN HOSPITALITY ADMINISTRATION | 2 yearsthe associate degree in Hospitality Semester 1 Semester 2 Semester 3 Semester 4administration is a 2 year program GLION INTERNSHIP GLION BULLEthat prepares students for the Bachelordegree. students acquire a solid baseto better understand the businessenvironment while developing their While most students choose to continue Potential entry career positions: supervisor,personal and cultural awareness. towards the Bachelor degree, career Middle Management, administration,emphasis is on professional skills to help opportunities exist for those who wish to assistant to department Head.students appreciate the complexity of start working at this point.working in revenue driven surroundings. SEmESTEr 1 SEmESTEr 3 SEmESTEr 4 • craft-based learning • craft-based learning in food • food & Beverage in service & Kitchen & Beverage or in rooms Management • Housekeeping operations division • Managing rooms revenue prOFESSiONAL Management • food & Beverage dEvELOpmENT • introduction to food administration | dipLOmA ANd ASSOCiATE dEGrEE and Beverage • Hospitality operations Management • introduction to Hospitality • Basic financial accounting • Management finance ENTrEprENEurSHip Management • Principles of tourism • entrepreneurial Management • academic english • foreign language or • academic english or • spanish or french academic english or critical reading of english • intensive oral english advanced it* literature • information technology • Psychology of leadership* or • architecture and design • Health & recreation* Principles of Geopolitics* or orienteering and the GENErAL • Personal development & • advanced academic support interpretation of the natural EduCATiON*** academic skills (including • internship research and or Music in Historical, Maths support and intensive Preparation** cultural and social contexts oral english) • transactional analysis and experiential art therapy or Words and image or role PlayNote : all students will do a six months internship during semester 2. * Not for Diploma studentsThese course titles are guidelines and subject to change at any time. ** Only for second semester of the Diploma track *** Course list is not exhaustive, refer to the Academic Catalog for the complete list Glion - academic proGrams | 11
  12. 12. BACHELOR DEGREE | 3.5 years Semester 1 Semester 2 Semester 3 Semester 4 Semester 5 Semester 6 Semester 7 GLION INTERNSHIP GLION BULLE INTERNSHIP BULLE BULLE this program provides students with one of the degree specializations. specialization courses of the pathway strong foundations to start an exciting each path offers courses that meet they choose. international career. after having today’s industry requirements and allows successfully completed the four semesters students to follow their area of interest. Potential entry career positions: Manager of the associate degree, students go on students enrolled on this program will or entrepreneur, Middle Management, their second internship before choosing follow the common courses plus the corporate and Management training.| HOSpiTALiTy prOGrAmS COmmON COurSES SEmESTEr 6 SEmESTEr 7 • Human resources in the Hospitality industry • dissertation (honors students only) prOFESSiONAL or independent research study dEvELOpmENT • industrial employment culture • assessment center • legislation and contractual law • see courses in specialization ENTrEprENEurSHip tracks a through e MandatorY courses • Philosophy and ethics • statistics • research Methods and report Writing or Business research Methods • organizational Behavior (on some pathways) electiVe courses • transactional analysis and experiential art therapy • Media and arts GENErAL • art History and appreciation EduCATiON • theater & Music in everyday life • drama & Performance| BACHELOr dEGrEE • text and Visual arts • Media and society • Photographs : People and Place • orienteering and interpretation of the natural landscape • Microbes and Men : Health and disease through the ages • environmental Management • science and society • Wellbeing and Health Note : all students will do a six months internship during semester 5. 12 | Glion - academic proGrams
  13. 13. SPECIALIzATIONS EXAmpLES OF SpECiALizATiON COurSESA. BACHELOr OF BuSiNESS AdmiNiSTrATiON iN HOSpiTALiTy mANAGEmENT • leadership • integrative Business Gamethis degree opens the doors to a wide range of career opportunities. • entrepreneurial financeit is the best choice for those students who have career aspirations asexecutives in large companies or step into the entrepreneurial world.B. BACHELOr OF ArTS iN HOSpiTALiTy • international tourism Planning and development ANd TOuriSm mANAGEmENT • system analysis for the Hospitality and tourism industry | HOSpiTALiTy prOGrAmScountries and regions increasingly depend on tourism as a • Managing Visitor spaces for tourism & leisuresubstantial element of their economy. this degree prepares • transport Planningstudents for employment in managerial jobs where they will play • conference and exhibition Managementkey roles in planning, developing and promoting tourism.C. BACHELOr OF ArTS iN HOSpiTALiTy • Hospitality real estate finance FiNANCE ANd rEvENuE mANAGEmENT • financial analysis • law and corporate Governancefinancial institutions, hospitality organizations and chartered • entrepreneurial finance or cost, Priceaccountants recruit our graduates as they have broad based hospitality and revenue Managementbackgrounds coupled with high levels of financial acumen.d. BACHELOr OF ArTS iN HOSpiTALiTy ANd HumAN rESOurCES • training & development • change Managementservice industries are “people” businesses. our graduates who are • Human resources in the Hospitality industryprepared within the broad field of hospitality and specialized in • services Marketinghuman resource management and development present companieswith a desirable set of skills.E. BACHELOr OF ArTS iN HOSpiTALiTy • contemporary issues in Marketing mArkETiNG • services MarketingMarketing is a core business competency which assists in the • essentials of Brand Managementdevelopment and implementation of corporate strategies. • sales Management: the creation of customerstudents choosing this specialization will bring innovation and Value or international Marketingcontemporary marketing ideas to their first employers.F. BACHELOr OF ArTS iN HOSpiTALiTy ANd EvENT mANAGEmENT • Managing Hospitality in events • conference and exhibition Managementevent management and organisation is one of the fastest growing | SpECiALizATiON COurSES • Managing Visitor spaces for tourism and leisuresegments of the Hospitality industry. the student will develop • operations Management in tourism and leisureskills in event planning and operations within the broader contextof their business and management competence development.G. BACHELOr OF ArTS iN HOSpiTALiTy ANd ENvirONmENTAL mANAGEmENT • environmental science and design • community and sustainable developmentenvironmental management and sustainable systems are a • systems analysis for the Hospitality and tourism industrymajor challenge that industry faces. students will gain strategic • international tourism Planning and developmentknowledge and competencies in environmental management withinthe context of tourism and Hospitality business management. Glion - academic proGrams | 13
  14. 14. eVent, sPort & entertainMent ASSOCIATE DEGREE IN EVENT, SPORT AND ENTERTAINMENT ADMINISTRATION | 2 years| EvENT, SpOrT ANd ENTErTAiNmENT this 2 year program prepares students Semester 1 Semester 2 Semester 3 Semester 4 for the Bachelor degree. combining GLION GLION INTERNSHIP BULLE educational courses with hands-on learning, students will be fully prepared to enter with confidence the event, although most students choose to pursue sport and entertainment industry and their Bachelor degree studies, they have will develop their personal and cultural the possibility to enter the professional competences. world at this point. SEmESTErS 1 & 2 (foundation year) SEmESTEr 4 • the leisure industries • Managing events 2 • safe Working Practices • sport and entertainment facility • operational event Planning and Venue Management prOFESSiONAL • Management of Psychology of Participation dEvELOpmENT and Performance in leisure • Preparation for internship • craft-based learning in event sport and entertainment • Basic accounting • financial Management i ENTrEprENEurSHip • advanced accounting • Marketing • Management Principles • english (various levels) or foreign language • Principles of Geopolitics GENErAL • learning skills • english (various levels) EduCATiON • information technology • orienteering and the interpretation • it in Business and society of the natural landscape Note : all students will complete a 3-6 months internship during semester 3. These course titles are guidelines and subject to change at any time.| ASSOCiATE dEGrEE 14 | Glion - academic proGrams
  15. 15. BACHELOR DEGREE | 3.5 years Semester 1 Semester 2 Semester 3 Semester 4 Semester 5 Semester 6 Semester 7 GLION GLION INTERNSHIP BULLE INTERNSHIP BULLE BULLEthis program provides students internship before choosing one of the students enrolled on this program willwith strong foundations to start an specializations. each path offers courses follow the common courses plus theinternational and exciting career. that meet today’s industry requirements specialization courses of the pathwayafter having successfully completed and allows students to follow their area they have chosen. | EvENT, SpOrT ANd ENTErTAiNmENTthe four semesters of the associate of interest.degree, students will go on their second COmmON COurSES SEmESTErS 6 & 7 • dissertation (honors students only) or independent research study • assessment center • systems analysis for the Hospitality and tourism industry (except track d) prOFESSiONAL • Managing Visitor spaces for tourism & leisure or spa Management or dEvELOpmENT casino Management (except track d) • industrial employment culture • operations management in tourism & leisure (except track d) • legislation and contractual law ENTrEprENEurSHip • Macro/Micro economics • entrepreneurial finance MandatorY courses • Philosophy and ethics • statistics • research Methods and report Writing • organizational Behavior (on some pathways) electiVe courses GENErAL • transactional analysis and experiential art therapy EduCATiON • Media and arts • art History and appreciation • theater & Music in everyday life • drama & Voice • text and Visual arts • Microbes and Men • environmental Management • science and societyNote : all students will complete a 3-6 months internship during semester 3.These course titles are guidelines and subject to change at any time. | BACHELOr dEGrEE Glion - academic proGrams | 15
  16. 16. SPECIALIzATIONS EXAmpLES OF SpECiALizATiON COurSES A. BACHELOr OF BuSiNESS AdmiNiSTrATiON iN EvENT, SpOrT ANd ENTErTAiNmmENT • contemporary issues in the entertainment industry mANAGEmENT| EvENT, SpOrT ANd ENTErTAiNmENT • sport, entertainment & the Media this track prepares students for a wide range of career opportunities • entrepreneurial finance in this dynamic industry. in particular it provides students with a • leadership variety of transferable business knowledge and skills, that are highly sought after in corporations and entrepreneurial environments. B. BACHELOr OF ArTS iN EvENT mANAGEmENT due to the recent commercial explosion of the event industry, • fundraising for not-for-Profit events & organizations graduates will gain a full understanding of this sector through skills • conference and exhibition Management they will have acquired such as critical analysis, communication, • Macro/Micro economics leadership and the development of project management. C. BACHELOr OF ArTS iN ENTErTAiNmENT mANAGEmENT • essentials of Brand Management the massive global growth of leisure time and disposable income • casino & Gaming Management has led to a new, more aggressive approach to entertainment • legislation and contract law management. this track will prepare students to take an active role in the music, media, film, gaming, sport, visitor attraction or arts sectors of the industry. • Knowledge Management d. BACHELOr OF ArTS iN SpOrT • contemporary issues in Marketing ANd ENTErTAiNmENT mArkETiNG • essentials of Brand Management this specialization will be of particular interest to students with • sport retail and Merchandising an entrepreneurial spirit and who wish to discover the fascinating • service Marketing world of marketing linked to the sport and entertainment industry. • sales Management : the creation of customer Value E. BACHELOr OF ArT iN SpOrT ANd • introduction in spa Management ENTErTAiNmENT FACiLiTy mANAGEmENT • casino & Gaming Management this option will allow students to acquire the necessary • Managing Hospitality in events competencies to manage sport and entertainment facilities and • sales Management: the creation of customer Value related venues. COMPETE AND STUDY PROGRAM this unique program is designed for Please note that GiHe does not offer athletes who want to prepare for their post athletic scholarship and students do competition career. athletes can obtain an not receive credits for their training or| SpECiALizATiONS associate or Bachelor degree while still competition. focusing on training and competition. they can delay semesters and/or reduce the number of courses per semester. However, this program requires that students meet academic criteria to successfully earn their degree. 16 | Glion - academic proGrams
  17. 17. | pOSTGrAduATE prOGrAmSPostGraduateProGraMsDiploma | Higher Diploma Glion - academic proGrams | 17
  18. 18. PostGraduate ProGraMs HOSPITALITY | 1 to 2 years the postgraduate programs offer Semester students who are looking for a career Semester 1 Semester 2 Semester 3 INTERNSHIP change, the opportunity to learn the fundamental skills and knowledge of the hospitality industry. the various specializations will allow the students to better tailor his/her program according A* B* to the student’s previous experience and the objective he/she wishes to achieve. employers particularly appreciate the Postgraduate diPloma/higher diPloma in : diverse background and experience of • Hospitality Management postgraduate students. • rooms division Management| HOSpiTALiTy • food and Beverage Management Note: students with work experience and no Bachelor Degree will be awarded a Professional Development Diploma or Higher Diploma A* Postgraduate diPloma depending on the program chosen in place of 2 taught semesters (12 courses) plus 1 internship in the industry the Postgraduate Diploma or Higher Diploma. **Depending on entry date, students will begin their semester either on Glion or Bulle campuses B* Postgraduate higher diPloma (Winter intake: Glion campus, summer intake: 3 taught semesters (18 courses) plus 1 internship in the industry Bulle campus) EXAmpLE OF SEmESTErS 1 & 2 COurSE CHOiCES HosPitalitY ManaGeMent food and BeVeraGe ManaGeMent • Mandatory courses • Mandatory courses • contemporary issues in Hospitality • craft-based learning – Kitchen and restaurant • craft-based learning restaurant and Kitchen • contemporary issues in Hospitality • operations Management • introduction to food and Beverage • food and Beverage administration Practices prOFESSiONAL rooMs diVision ManaGeMent • food & Beverage Management and entrepreneurship dEvELOpmENT • Mandatory courses • contemporary issues in Hospitality • craft-based learning – rooms division • rooms division • operations Management • rooms division Management • Principles of strategic Management • services Marketing • Managing events • Basic finance ENTrEprENEurSHip • Business Planning • cost, Price & revenue Management (Common to all specializations) • Marketing • Management finance • People Management • operational event Planning| pOSTGrAduATE • customer service • information technology GENErAL • foreign language EduCATiON • english • communication Note : for semester 3 of the Postgraduate Higher Diploma, students are required to choose a total of 6 courses from semesters 4, 6 and 7 of the hospitality pathway. Internships will be taken after the final semester on campus. These course titles are guidelines and subject to change at any time. 18 | Glion - academic proGrams
  19. 19. EVENT, SPORT AND ENTERTAINMENT | 1 to 2 yearsthe postgraduate programs offer students Semesterwho are looking for a career change, the Semester 1 Semester 2 Semester 3 INTERNSHIPopportunity to learn the fundamentalskills and knowledge of the event, sportand entertainment industry.Note: students with work experience and noBachelor Degree will be awarded a Professional A* B*Development Diploma or Higher Diplomadepending on the program they choose in place | EvENT, SpOrT ANd ENTErTAiNmENTof the Postgraduate Diploma or Higher Diploma. A* Postgraduate diPloma in eVent, sPort & entertainment administration or in sPort administration 2 taught semesters (12 courses) plus 1 internship in the industry B* Postgraduate higher diPloma in eVent, sPort & entertainment management or in sPort management 3 taught semesters (18 courses) plus 1 internship in the industry SEmESTErS 1 & 2 • ese craft-based learning 2 (cBl 2)* • Managing Performance and Participation** prOFESSiONAL • operational event Planning* dEvELOpmENT • Managing events • safe Working Practices** • Business Planning • Marketing • services Marketing • customer services ENTrEprENEurSHip • Principles of strategic Management • People Management • cost, Price and revenue Management • Basic finance • Management finance | pOSTGrAduATE • english GENErAL • foreign language EduCATiON • Basic it • communicationNote : all students will complete a 3-6 months internship after final semester on campus.These course titles are guidelines and subject to change at any time.* on Glion campus only** on Bulle campus only Glion - academic proGrams | 19
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  21. 21. | GrAduATE prOGrAmSGraduateProGraMsmaster of business administration | master of education Glion - academic proGrams | 21
  22. 22. Master of Business adMinistration MBA IN INTERNATIONAL HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT wITH SERVICE INDUSTRIES LEADERSHIP OR wITH SERVICE INDUSTRIES MARkETING the objective of this program is to SEquENCE OF STudiES educate future leaders by developing this one full calendar year intensive program (42 credits) consists of 2 taught their managerial and business skills. semesters during which all courses are completed. the applied research project is students will acquire an integrated and completed during the months after the end of the second semester. during the first| GrAduATE prOGrAmS critical understanding of management and semester, students will take the core courses and during the second semester they organizations, thus allowing them to take will take the specialized courses in leadership or marketing and will commence their an effective role in their future job. applied research project. the Preparatory Knowledge Program (PKP) sets the scene this Master degree addresses all aspects of for future study and will help students get the most out of their Master courses. contemporary challenges companies face in a global and competitive environment. prEpArATOry kNOwLEdGE prOGrAm (pkp) (course titles subject to review) students will study organizations, their management and changing external • managerial Communication context in order to understand complex • Business Computing business issues and improve management • Tourism practice in a systematic and creative • Economics for Business manner. students are able to focus their • Fundamentals of Accounting studies in Marketing or leadership so they may enhance their employability by increasing their specialist skills in these COrE COurSES mOduLES (semester 1) two key aspects of global management. students will mature personally and • managing Service Operations in the Evolving Business Environment professionally and acquire lifelong learning • Human resources management skills which will contribute to their future • data driven decision making creativity and business success. • managerial Finance and Accounting • Hospitality and Services marketing Solutions SpECiALizEd mOduLES (predominantly semester 2) Marketing Specialization| mASTEr OF BuSiNESS AdmiNiSTrATiON • Applied Business project • Global Strategic management • marketing research • Consumer Behaviour • revenue management • integrated marketing Communications • Brand management • design management and New product development SpECiALizEd mOduLES (predominantly semester 3) Leadership Specialization • Applied Business project • Global Strategic management • managing Organizations, ideas and Growth • managing Technologies, Operations and processes • Challenges of Leadership • Cross-Cultural management of Teams and projects • Entrepreneurship and Business planning • Corporate Social responsibility, international Business Ethics and Corporate Governance 22 | Glion - academic proGrams
  23. 23. Master ofeducation MASTER OF EDUCATION IN HOSPITALITY ORGANIzATIONAL TRAINING AND MANAGEMENT | GrAduATE prOGrAmSthis program has been designed for prEpArATOry kNOwLEdGE prOGrAm (pkp)people who wish to work in tertiaryeducation or training departments • managerial Communicationswithin hospitality and service industries. • Tourismit addresses the performance and COrE COurSES mOduLES (semester 1)training of individuals and groupswithin organizations and also deals • Skills for Teaching and Training iwith the development of people and • distance and E Learningprocesses critical to high performance • Challenges of Leadershiporganizations. students develop andpractice transferable skills such as • Fundementals of Educational Thoughtcommunication, self-management and • Cross-cultural managementcritical thinking. this program is based • Business research methodson the belief that learning leads tochange and that those organizations with SpECiALizEd mOduLES (semester 2)the ability to learn continuously will besuccessful in uncertain and changing • Skills for Teaching and Training iienvironments. the program is delivered • workplace and Action learningthrough separate and integrated studies. • Education policy, philosophy and quality • Education and Ethics • Curriculum design | mASTEr OF EduCATiON • professional development and Training processes • Applied research project Glion - academic proGrams | 23
  24. 24. online MBa in international HosPitalitY ManaGeMent THE GLION ONLINE MBA IS ONLY DESTINED AT HIGH LEVEL HOSPITALITY PROFESSIONALS wITH ExTENSIVE MANAGERIAL ExPERIENCE e-learninG offers coMPletion tiMe unParalleled oPPortunities 2.5 years (10 courses of 8 weeks each) + dissertation to adVance Your career (16-20 weeks to complete)| GrAduATE prOGrAmS the demanding schedules of working professionals are no longer a barrier to enhancing qualifications. Glion institute intaKes of Higher education’s virtual classroom provides study 5 intakes per year in: January, april, June, august, october opportunities with a multi-national student community, and offers comprehensive support from enrollment to graduation. COrE COurSES Benefits of studYinG online • Success Strategies for the Hospitality and Services industry • managing Operations in the Evolving Business Environment • small virtual class sizes • Hospitality, Services and E-marketing • accessibility • interaction with international faculty • Human resources management and like-minded professionals • managerial Finance and Accounting • notable faculty who consist of industry experts, • data driven decision making university professors and managers • Global Strategic management • support from a personally appointed student • Applied research project support Manager who offers academic guidance throughout the period of study SpECiALizATiON COurSES • With no geographic restrictions and flexible lecture times, dedicated working professionals from all over General Management for Service Industries the world will now have access to a level of higher • Challenges in Leadership education that is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week • risk management Systems in Hospitality • Sustainability in Hospitality and Tourism sPecializations aVailaBle • General Management for the service industries Marketing and Innovation • Marketing and innovation • Brand management • asset and revenue Management • integrated marketing Communications • self designed • innovation and product research WHY an online MBa WitH Glion ? Asset and Revenue Management the Glion online MBa offers students a management • revenue management curriculum that balances hospitality and tourism applied • property and Asset management knowledge with a core of management and leadership theory. • Financial Strategy and planning With the growing number of jobs in hospitality and tourism, and its increasingly competitive nature, working professionals Self Designed need to stand out from the crowd to climb the career ladder. • Choose any elective employers look for individuals who display the characteristics of leadership and management with real industry experience. the Glion online MBa has distinct advantages for working professionals. from the moment the program begins, our students will apply theory and knowledge to practice. Graduates| ONLiNE mBA of the Glion online MBa program will be well prepared to lead and manage. our graduates can expect to confidently advance into more senior positions within the hospitality and tourism industry as well as change career path and consider other services industry options. 24 | Glion - academic proGrams
  25. 25. aPPliedresearcHresearch is an important foundation stone of any academic program.at Glion, star (swiss tourism applied research) and the centerof Marketing excellence endeavour to underpin research withinstudent academic programs and staff development. STAR | Swiss Tourism Applied Research GLION CENTER OF MARkETING ExCELLENCE | GrAduATE prOGrAmSstudents are involved in the research process at a number of Visionstrategic points, including : the center brings together leading scholars and professionals totHrouGH aPPlied share industry marketing knowledge by providing opportunities that inspire, challenge, and empower individuals to create diverseresearcH ProJects and sophisticated content in a passionate and flexible environment.these are designed to give the student an empathy withthe industry’s research needs and enhance the employment Missionprofile of the student. it is possible for students to be offered the center of Marketing excellence mission’s is to become theemployment via the applied research project. at present we academic leader for developing international human capitalhave projects with Kempinski Hotels and arJo and others are in order to meet the global marketing needs of the hospitality,under development. tourism, and events industries. in addition to its undergraduate and graduate curriculum designtHrouGH tHe researcH and delivery, the center offers a variety of proprietary consultingunit staff services to the international hospitality, tourism and eventsMany of the staff members have previous research experience management industries.with prominent organisations such as: unesco, the British We specialize in market research, strategy development andcouncil, the British standards institute and national corporate training. our market research expertise includestourist Boards. in addition Glion’s research staff have been the analysis of consumer behavior to develop market profiles,acknowledged by the united nation conference for trade and customer experience models, and intelligence analytics. strategydevelopment and the World Bank, as well as contributing to the development services include the identification of marketoxford analytica and the state failure task force of nato’s. opportunities and the formation of business models.students also benefit via dissertation supervision, pedagogy We also offer a full range of integrated marketing communicationsand case studies; research staff transmit their expertise back strategy development that focuses on media channel strategy andinto the academic curriculum. for example, currently there creative and brand development.are projects investigating the Wine tourist, fribourg tourism our corporate training services are tailored to the needs of anindustry, sustainability and adventure tourism in national organization. on-site and off-site delivery of the curriculumParks, financial direct investment in emerging tourism is offered. these training programs are an excellent way foreconomies and the economic impacts of tourism in niche managers to fill knowledge gaps within their departments. BothMarket destinations; all of which will impact on students’ short and long programs are available.knowledge and understanding of research.in addition, star provides a rolling programme of colloquiumswhich are designed for both staff and students to attend andglean new ideas and concepts; these can then be used for theiracademic development or future careers. contributors havebeen eminent individuals from various tourism and hospitalityestablishments.overall, the aim of star is to augment the student experienceby developing sustainable research and consultancy, relevant to | rESEArCHthe tourism and Hospitality industry. it also enhances both thereputation of Glion and the students’ research ability, a necessaryskill for any future manager in this dynamic industry. Glion - academic proGrams | 25
  26. 26. adMission requireMents diPloMa ProGraM the internet based test. the toefl testing code number for Glion institute of Higher education is 7337. 1. age of admission, typically, 17 years of age or older. 6.2 cambridge first certificate: Grade c. 2. a completed application form with all pertinent attachments 6.3 i.e.l.t.s. minimum of 5.0 in listening, reading, writing & and an application fee of cHf 100.- speaking in all components. 3. an essay explaining the student’s motivation (minimum of 6.4 all english certificates must have been issued in the last 12 250 words and maximum of 1,000 words). months prior to admission. 4. a copy of a High school diploma, or completed High school 7. a valid medical certificate. secondary education in a recognized institution or work experience. the document must show all courses completed and the grades received. PostGraduate ProGraMs 5. for those who have studied outside switzerland or the european union: 1. normally aged 24 or above. 5.1 complete information on the school or college with 2. a completed application form with all pertinent an explanation of the grading system in english or french. attachments and an application fee of cHf 100.- 5.2 letter of recommendation from a teacher or guidance 3. an essay explaining the student’s motivation (minimum of 250| AdmiSSiONS counselor. words and maximum of 1,000 words). 6. if english is not your mother tongue, or if you have 4. a degree or equivalent or three years of work experience not spent at least 3 years in an english speaking school, (not necessarily hospitality based). non degree holders will please enclose a copy of one of the following : receive a Professional diploma or Higher diploma. 6.1 toefl: minimum score of 500 for the written based test, 5. if english is not your mother tongue, or if you have not 173 points for computer based test or 61 points for the internet spent at least 3 years in an english speaking school or work based test. the toefl testing code number for Glion institute environment, please enclose a copy of one of the following: of Higher education is 7337. 5.1 toefl: minimum score of 550 points for the paper 6.2 cambridge first certificate : Grade c. based test, 213 points for the computer based test, 61 points for 6.3 i.e.l.t.s. minimum of 5.0 in listening, reading, writing the internet based test. the toefl testing code number for & speaking in all components. Glion institute of Higher education is 7337. 6.4 all english certificates must have been issued in the last 5.2 cambridge first certificate : Grade B. 12 months prior to admission. 5.3 i.e.l.t.s. minimum of 5.5 in listening, reading, writing 7. a valid medical certificate. & speaking in all components. 8 students achieving the diploma with an average of 7.5 may 5.4 all english certificates must have been issued in the last progress to the degree program. 12 months prior to admission. 6. a valid medical certificate. associate / BacHelor deGree Master of Business 1. age 18 or above. 2. a completed application form with all pertinent attachments adMinistration and an application fee of cHf 100.- 1. a completed application form with all pertinent attachments 3. an essay explaining the student’s motivation (minimum of and an application fee of cHf 100.- 250 words and maximum of 1,000 words). 2. applicants must have a Bachelor degree preferably in 4. a copy of Baccalauréat, Maturité, abitur, a-levels, accredited Hospitality, tourism or event Management or a Business| AdmiSSiON rEquirEmENTS international High school diploma, university degree or degree or equivalent qualification equivalent. the above must show all courses completed and the 3. if english is not your mother tongue, or if you have not spent at grades received. least 3 years in an english speaking school or working 5. for those who have studied outside switzerland or the environment, please enclose a copy of one of the following : european union: 3.1 Minimum toefl score of 575 paper based or 230 for the 5.1 complete information on the school or college with computer scoring system or 90 for the internet based test an explanation of the grading system in english or french. 3.2 certificate in advanced english (cae) : Grade B 5.2 letter of recommendation from a teacher or guidance 3.3 i.e.l.t.s. minimum overall of 6.0. in all components counselor. all english certificates must have been issued in the last 12 6. if english is not your mother tongue, or if you have not spent at months prior to admission. least 3 years in an english speaking school, please enclose a 4. candidates must submit a confidential reference form copy of one of the following : which the admissions department will send to the 6.1 toefl: minimum score of 500 points for the paper based candidate upon receipt of his/her application. test, 173 points for the computer based test, 61 points for 5. a valid medical certificate. 26 | Glion - academic proGrams
  27. 27. Master of education1. a completed application form with all pertinent attachments and an application fee of cHf 100.-2. applicants must have a Bachelor degree or equivalent or over five years of documented work experience at an appropriate level. | AdmiSSiON rEquirEmENTS3. if english is not your mother tongue, or if you have not spent at least 3 years in an english speaking school or work environment, please enclose a copy of one of the following : 3.1 toefl : minimum score of 575 for the paper based test or 220 for the computer based test or 90 for the internet based test. the code number for Glion institute of Higher education is 7337. 3.2 cambridge advanced certificate: Grade B. 3.3 i.e.l.t.s minimum overall band of 6.0 in listening, reading, writing and speaking.4. candidates must submit a confidential reference form which the admissions department will send to the candidate upon receipt of his / her application.5. a valid medical certificate.online Master of BusinessadMinistration1. Bachelor degree preferably in Hospitality, tourism or event Management, or a Business degree or equivalent qualification .2. significant relevant work experience.3. english 3.1 Minimum toefl score of 575 paper based or 230 for the computer scoring system or 90 for the internet based test. 3.2 cambridge advanced certificate: Grade B. 3.3 i.e.l.t.s. minimum overall of 6.0. in all components.4. all english certificates must have been issued in the last 12 months prior to admission.5. candidates must submit two confidential professional reference forms which the admissions team will send to the candidate upon receipt of application.reGistration Procedurethe administration of the registration process is handled by theadmissions department of Glion institute of Higher education.certified academic transcripts, certified copies of degrees aswell as letters of recommendation from employers and personalportfolios have to be sent with the application form. a finalregistration occurs on payment of the deposit and satisfactorycompletion of all admissions records and requirements. | AdmiSSiONS Glion - academic proGrams | 27
  28. 28. enrollMent ManaGeMent dePartMent Rue du Lac 118, 1815 Clarens Tel : +41 (0)21 989 26 77, Fax : +41 (0)21 989 26 78 Email : in fo@glion.edu Glion caMPus Glion Institute of Higher Education Route de Glion 111, 1823 Glion sur Montreux, Switzerland Tel : +41 (0)21 966 35 35, Fax : +41 (0)21 966 35 36 Bulle caMPus Glion Institute of Higher Education Rue de l’Ondine 20, 1630 Bulle, Switzerland Ga22 / 11.10 / 20K Tel : +41 (0)26 919 78 78, Fax : +41 (0)26 919 78 79 www.glion.edu28 | Glion - academic proGrams

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