Geneva belongs to a select group of truly “international” cities of the world, making it an ideal place to study international management
The city is host to numerous international organizations such as the United Nations, the World Trade Organization, the World Health Organization, the World Intellectual Property Organization, the International Committee for the Red Cross and many others. It is often referred to as the capital of peace and diplomacy.
Geneva is also home to global multinationals, which have chosen the city for their global headquarters due to the excellent logistical network and the central location, one hour by air from London, Paris, Brussels and Milan.
Geneva is a window on the world of technology and is home to the major world leaders such as Hewlett-Packard, Richemont, Procter & Gamble, Caterpillar, Oracle, Givaudan and Du Pont de Nemours. The International Telecommunication Union and Reuters’ European communication centre have chosen Geneva as their headquarters. The CERN, located outside Geneva, is where the World Wide Web was invented. Geneva is also known as one of the world’s major international financial centres, particularly for the management of private capital assets.
The quality and variety of Geneva’s cultural life, with its numerous theatres, museums and international conferences, makes it the right place to obtain a global education.
The city is a showcase for the most celebrated names in fashion, jewellery and watch-making, and is home to Rolex and Patek Philippe, among many others.
Ideally situated on the shores of Lake Leman at the foot of the Alps, Geneva also offers excellent outdoor sporting activities.
Finally, the city’s cosmopolitan character, with nearly 150 nationalities from all around the world, makes everyone feel at home.