The city of Geneva is a beautiful and interesting place to study, rich with history and culture. From luxury chocolatiers and jewelers to the charming Old Town and magical Jet d’Eau fountain, living in Geneva has plenty to offer. 


The size of Switzerland also presents unique opportunities for visiting students, who will find it easy to make the most of the country’s widespread transport system. When taking a break from life in Geneva, students can take a train for three hours and be in Milan, or take another train and be in neighboring Germany or France. 


Corresponding to the population that it serves, Geneva airport has the largest number of destinations of any European airport. Reasonably priced flights are easy to find, and Geneva can become a central point from which it is possible to explore the vibrant and varied countries of Europe. 

The second-largest city in Switzerland, Geneva is as diverse as it is international

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