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About Geneva


Geneva is an international center of business, culture and creativity located on the banks of Lake Geneva, at the gateway to the Swiss Alps. The city plays host to numerous international organizations, including the International Labor Organization, the World Health Organization and the World Economic Forum, as well as the European headquarters of both the United Nations and the Red Cross. Considered an important international location in the business world, Geneva is also home to companies such as Procter & Gamble, Rolex, IBM, Ernst & Young and JP Morgan also have major offices in Geneva.

Geneva is a friendly, welcoming city that embodies international diplomacy, security and stability and was listed eighth in Mercer’s 2012 Quality of Living Worldwide City Rankings. The city is lively and appealing; a cosmopolitan destination perfect for young people. There are numerous theaters, museums, music venues and galleries, with regular events organized by the city government. Art and architecture lovers will appreciate the iconic examples of al fresco modernist sculpture and historic architectural masterpieces, while epicureans will savor the variety of offerings in Switzerland’s capital of cuisine.

Geneva is known as the “city of parks”, due to the green areas that comprise 20 percent of its urban space, and is a haven for sports lovers keen to try mountaineering, trekking, cycling, ice skating and horse riding, among other activities. Geneva is also perfect for discovering the rest of Europe, as the city lies just an hour by air from most major European cities.

While there are four official languages in Switzerland (Swiss German, French, Italian and Romansch), Geneva is considered a French-speaking city. However, English is also widely spoken, due to the city’s diverse population, and used in day-to-day life.

EU Business School and Geneva combine culture and education against a beautiful backdrop.