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지원방법

글리옹 호스피탈리티 경영대학교의 한국 사무소인 글리옹 코리아는 1995년에 설치되어 운영되고 있습니다. 글리옹 학사 그리고 석사과정 지원에 관한 제반 모든 사항을 다루고 있습니다.

과정별 지원 방법은 아래를 참고해 주시기 바랍니다.

1. SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION


BBA APPLICANTS

At least 12 weeks before the program starts.


Due to a high demand for places, we strongly recommend that you apply to Glion as early as possible before your intended start date.

Application items for SWITZERLAND

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS FOR THE ADMISSIONS ASSESSMENT


The Application Form

Start by filling in the online application form on following link:


The Application Fees

The application fee can be paid by clicking on the following link: APPLICATION FEE


CV or Resume

In a professional CV format, please provide a detailed record of your academic and/or professional background, including any relevant volunteer work/hobbies etc.


Academic Records

We will require a copy of your secondary education diploma or undergraduate degree and transcripts with courses completed and grades received. Provisional transcripts are acceptable for students who have not yet completed their studies and should show the last three years’ results. The transcripts should show all grades received, an explanation of the grading system in English or French and the estimated date of completion.


Passport(s) Copy

Please send a legible copy of your passport(s)


Reference letter (for MSc applicants only)

A recommendation of a professional or academic nature.


A Note About Proof of English

The admissions assessment interview allows us to assess a candidate’s English proficiency when the official certificate is not yet available. However, all candidates who require proof of English language level will be required to submit their certificate as it will often be required for the visa process.

Application items for LONDON

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS FOR THE ADMISSIONS ASSESSMENT


The Application Form

Start by filling in the online application form on following link:



The Application Fees

The application fee can be paid by clicking on the following link: APPLICATION FEE


CV or Resume

In a professional CV format, please provide a detailed record of your academic and/or professional background, including any relevant volunteer work/hobbies.


  • TEMPLATE for those without a CV / resume


Academic Records

We will require a copy of your secondary education diploma or undergraduate degree and transcripts with courses completed and grades received. If you have yet to complete your studies, provisional transcripts are acceptable. These transcripts should show the last three years’ results, all grades received, an explanation of the English or French grading system, and the estimated date of completion.


Passport(s) Copy

Please send a legible copy of your passport(s).


Reference letter (for MSc applicants only)

A recommendation of an academic or professional nature.



Proof of English Information

If your official certificate is not available, we will assess your English proficiency through an admissions assessment interview. However, you will be required to submit your certificate as it is often required for the visa process.


MASTER’S APPLICANTS


For Master’s programs, we strongly recommend applying early


To help move your application through the admissions process as efficiently as possible, we have fixed application deadlines. Priority is given to candidates who apply by these dates.


Application deadlines

– November 30

– January 11

– April 19

– June 14

– August 12


As an early applicant, you will have the best chance of being considered for scholarships, as well as more options for on-campus student accommodation and opportunities to engage with our student and alumni community before starting your program.

Application items for SWITZERLAND

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS FOR THE ADMISSIONS ASSESSMENT


The Application Form

Start by filling in the online application form on following link:


The Application Fees

The application fee can be paid by clicking on the following link: APPLICATION FEE


CV or Resume

In a professional CV format, please provide a detailed record of your academic and/or professional background, including any relevant volunteer work/hobbies etc.


Academic Records

We will require a copy of your secondary education diploma or undergraduate degree and transcripts with courses completed and grades received. Provisional transcripts are acceptable for students who have not yet completed their studies and should show the last three years’ results. The transcripts should show all grades received, an explanation of the grading system in English or French and the estimated date of completion.


Passport(s) Copy

Please send a legible copy of your passport(s)


Reference letter (for MSc applicants only)

A recommendation of a professional or academic nature.


A Note About Proof of English

The admissions assessment interview allows us to assess a candidate’s English proficiency when the official certificate is not yet available. However, all candidates who require proof of English language level will be required to submit their certificate as it will often be required for the visa process.

Application items for LONDON

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS FOR THE ADMISSIONS ASSESSMENT


The Application Form

Start by filling in the online application form on following link:


The Application Fees

The application fee can be paid by clicking on the following link: APPLICATION FEE


CV or Resume

In a professional CV format, please provide a detailed record of your academic and/or professional background, including any relevant volunteer work/hobbies.


  • TEMPLATE for those without a CV / resume

Academic Records

We will require a copy of your secondary education diploma or undergraduate degree and transcripts with courses completed and grades received. If you have yet to complete your studies, provisional transcripts are acceptable. These transcripts should show the last three years’ results, all grades received, an explanation of the English or French grading system, and the estimated date of completion.


Passport(s) Copy

Please send a legible copy of your passport(s).


Reference letter (for MSc applicants only)

A recommendation of an academic or professional nature.


Proof of English Information

If your official certificate is not available, we will assess your English proficiency through an admissions assessment interview. However, you will be required to submit your certificate as it is often required for the visa process.


2. PREPARE FOR ADMISSION ASSESSMENT

Within two days of submitting your documents.


You will be contacted to schedule your admissions assessment.

For BBA applicants, this two-step process may include a written exercise and interview.

If you interview is successful, your file will be moved to Admissions for final evaluation. You may, however, be required to submit some missing documents to your Educational Counselor that were not required for the interview but are needed now, such as:


  • Motivation letter (study plan)
  • Post study statement (Switzerland only)
  • Parental consent and declaration for applicants under 18
  • Financial sponsor letter


A list of templates can be found here.


3. RECEIVE A LETTER OF ACCEPTANCE

Within 1-3 weeks.


If your application is successful, you will receive:


  • Letter of Acceptance
  • Invoice for semester
  • Pre-arrival and campus guide booklet
  • Attestation for Visa request (if required)
  • List of any missing documents such as:

– Final transcripts

– Final Diplomas / Degrees

– Proof of English (if required)


4. CONFIRM YOUR ACCEPTANCE

Within 15 working days of receiving your letter of acceptance.


To confirm your place at Glion, you must make a pre-payment of your tuition fees as outlined in the invoice. This also confirms your acceptance with Glion Terms and Conditions.


5. PRE-ARRIVAL SUPPORT

Until your program starts.


To help you prepare for your program, we offer:


  • Visa support services
  • Arrival assistance
  • New student Facebook group

6. ARRIVAL ON CAMPUS

Your first week on campus.


On official arrival days, we will welcome you with:


  • Welcome booth at designated airport
  • Check-in and registration
  • Transportation services
  • Welcome events
  • Induction week