Glion’s new bachelor degree with a Luxury Brand Management specialization is here. Your dream career is now within reach.
BECOME A LIMITED EDITION
Glion’s new bachelor degree with a Luxury Brand Management
specialization is here. Your dream career is now within reach.
SPECIALIZE IN LUXURY BRAND MANAGEMENT
Luxury hospitality has never been so relevant to the overall luxury sector as it is today, with its focus on delivering exceptional personal service and creating memorable experiences for its clients and guests.
Ranging from boutique hotels to palaces, luxury travel and cruises to spas, and gastronomy and fine foods to fine wines and spirits, experiences continue to be the growth area within the luxury industry. Understanding luxury and the management of luxury brands provides a foundation for a career not only in the luxury and hospitality industry, but far beyond.
in Luxury Brand Management?
- Brand or Marketing Manager
- Guest Relations or Concierge Manager ∙ Customer Service Manager
- Public Relations Executive
- Luxury Hotels and Resorts
- Fine Dining, Food and Wine
- Personal Luxury Goods
- Yachts, Private Jets, Automobiles
- Other Brand and Service Industries
The global luxury market exceeded USD 1 Trillion in 2014*.
The market for personal luxury goods has tripled in the past 20 years.
Luxury consumers want a 360° experience; they are buying a feeling, not an item.
*Euros converted to USD, based on 2014 currency values. All statistics were taken from Bain World Luxury Goods Report 2014.
Luxury Brand Management & Hospitality Skills
Based on 50 years of excellence in hospitality education, Glion’s programs will teach you a strong work ethic, attention to detail and a sense of impeccable customer service. By adding luxury brand management expertise to this strong foundation, you gain even more recognition.
An Accredited Degree
Glion is accredited at university level by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC).
Nearly 150 international companies recruit interns and students at Glion every year; and 89% of graduates have a job or multiple offers on graduation day.