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The school in Switzerland is ranked among the top three such establishments in the world.For more than a century, hotel management schools in the wealthy Alpine nation have been considered the best and draw students from around the globe.The soaring value of the Swiss franc, meanwhile, has made already sky-high tuition at the Swiss schools around 20 percent pricier for students writing their checks in euros.EHL, the world's first hotel management school which opened in 1893 and still tops international rankings, charges around 150,000 Swiss francs ($157,000) for its three-year bachelor program for international students.Lee says she aims to manage hotels for a large chain so she can travel the world.Lucile Falguieres, who graduated from Glion in 2005 and is currently associate sales and marketing director at the five-star Fairmont Montreux Palace hotel, said she was hired right out of school to manage a team of 30 people at a luxury hotel in Dubai.And she says she has since hired her share of graduates from Glion and other Swiss schools.
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