Glion Connect

Bachelor’s Blended Learning Option

October 2020 Intake

We know that today’s circumstances might make it difficult for you to join us on campus and start your Practical Arts semester when our next Bachelor’s degree begins in October 2020.

This is why we have developed a unique solution, which will deliver the complete semester 1 curriculum through a blend of learning at home and on campus.

Download tuition fees

A sure start to your Bachelor program

 

 

Your first, Practical Arts semester lays the foundations for your Bachelor studies with Glion.

Our Glion Connect option takes the complete semester 1 curriculum and splits it into two teaching blocks of 10 weeks each – the first taught remotely; the second taught face-to-face on campus.

While the teaching methods will be different, the learning outcomes are the same as you’d experience with a full semester on campus.

 

A sure start to your Bachelor program

Your first, Practical Arts semester lays the foundations for your Bachelor studies with Glion.

Our Glion Connect option takes the complete semester 1 curriculum and splits it into two teaching blocks of 10 weeks each – the first taught remotely; the second taught face-to-face on campus.

While the teaching methods will be different, the learning outcomes are the same as you’d experience with a full semester on campus.

How we teach remotely

The Glion Connect program is a state-of-the-art approach to ‘virtual’ study; one that makes use of technology to ensure each student feels part of both the Bachelor program and student life at Glion. We mix live online tutorials and demonstrations, videos, one-to-one coaching and mentoring, plus interactive games and challenges. Our own ‘TV studio’ will allow us to broadcast live culinary demonstrations during every teaching day of the Art of Gastronomy module.

Through our Student Affairs team, we will also enable everyone studying remotely to connect with each other, as well as with their fellow students on campus. This includes the opportunity to join our popular clubs and committees, as well as to apply for our Student Ambassador program.

How we teach remotely

The Glion Connect program is a state-of-the-art approach to ‘virtual’ study; one that makes use of technology to ensure each student feels part of both the Bachelor program and student life at Glion.

We mix live online tutorials and demonstrations, videos, one-to-one coaching and mentoring, plus interactive games and challenges. Our own ‘TV studio’ will allow us to broadcast live culinary demonstrations during every teaching day of the Art of Gastronomy module.

Through our Student Affairs team, we will also enable everyone studying remotely to connect with each other, as well as with their fellow students on campus. This includes the opportunity to join our popular clubs and committees, as well as to apply for our Student Ambassador program.

 

Learn from our experts

To lead this module we have gathered our foremost experts in all areas of hotel operations. You will experience a wine masterclass with Paolo Basso, former World’s Best Sommelier, you’ll get to grips with the Property Management Systems that are the backbone of the hotel business with our experienced lecturers, you will be given an introduction to modern pastry by a true master of his craft, Luc Debove, Executive Pastry Chef at our sister institution, École Ducasse, and much more!

 

Why choose this option?

Why choose this option?

Download a brochure