Glion provides a limited number of scholarships for new students. Each scholarship is defined by specific criteria and once a student has submitted a completed application, eligibility is then decided on a case-by-case basis. Scholarships cover Glion tuition fees only and do not include room and board charges.*
Financial aid in the form of government assistance, loans, grants or bursaries are available in some countries, our educational counselors can help you find out if you are eligible for financial aid and how to request it. Please fill in the contact form to speak with an educational counselor for more details about our scholarships.
Glion offers significant scholarships for Swiss nationals and resident B or C permit holders. Download the flyer.
Luxembourgish passport holders and students living in Luxembourg can benefit from a special scholarship on tuition fees per academic semester on the bachelor and graduate programs. Fill in the contact form to get in touch with an education counselor who will send you more detailed information. *
*based on CEDIES requirements
French students have the opportunity to obtain a student loan to finance their studies at Glion, for more information, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
STUDENTS LOANS FOR CANADIAN STUDENTS
In Canada, government students assistance, which can include loans, bursaries and grants, is available for Canadian citizens, permanent residents, and refugees or protected persons with assessed financial need. The federal and provincial/territorial assistance programs are jointly administered through the student's province/territory of residence under the Canada Student Loan Program.
To apply please go to the website : www.canlearn.ca
Glion Institute of Higher Education is approved by the U.S. Department of Veteran's Affairs for the bachelor degrees in hospitality management and event, sport and entertainment management, and the graduate programs. Interested candidates who are veterans or eligible dependents should fill in our contact form and ask to speak with the USA Regional Admissions Director for instructions on how to apply.