Created in 2009, the Geneva School of Journalism and Communication defends the need for a critical academic grounding, while taking into account the demands and constraints of a constantly changing professional environment.
The University of Geneva is a public research university located in Geneva, Switzerland. It was founded in 1559 by John Calvin as a theological seminary. It remained focused on theology until the 17th century, when it became a center for Enlightenment scholarship.
Switzerland Tourism is the national marketing and sales organization for Switzerland. ST positions Switzerland as a tourism brand standing for quality, naturalness, authenticity, sustainability and modernity, under the overall concept of “Swissness”. To do so, ST develops a systematic marketing programme that it implements creatively with its partners through a full range of promotional and sales techniques. Headquartered in Zurich, ST is present in 26 countries, employing 239 staff.
Founded by the Swiss Confederation and the Republic and Canton of Geneva, the International Geneva Welcome Centre (CAGI) is the one-stop shop for living in Geneva. It facilitates the settling-in and integration of newcomers and their families, NGOs and visiting delegates to International Geneva.
The Geneva School of Diplomacy and International Relations (GSD) is the specialized private, boutique university institute in Geneva for undergraduate, graduate and executive level education in the field of International Relations and Diplomacy. It was founded by Dr Murphy an experienced diplomat and Ms. Shahenaz Barragan an established entrepreneur, in 2003.
Established in Switzerland in 1978, Webster University Geneva is an accredited American university campus that offers high-quality programs in English at the undergraduate (bachelor level) and graduate (masters) level. Webster provides a broad Liberal Arts approach to teaching in the culturally-rich context of Switzerland, and the University has become an important member of the community and spirit that comprise “Genève Internationale”.
Geneva Solutions is a non-profit journalistic platform dedicated to International Geneva. The platform is centered around five core themes – Peace & Humanitarian, Climate, Global Health, Sustainable Business & Finance, and Technology – as well as opinion pieces and guest-edited newsletters.
The GeMLabs are a Do Tank that contributes to Geneva “walking the talk” when it comes to delivering the SDGs. As civil society entity, GeMLabs benefits from a unique position, bringing together stakeholders from different sectors, generating and analyzing reliable data from the grassroots and promoting evidence-based policy-making to engage stakeholders for the identified solutions.
Based near Geneva, The Leadership Speaking School specializes in transformational training in public speaking for leaders and change-makers who are hungry for they skills that they need to take their leadership and their careers to the highest levels. Hailed as “the most transformative public speaking training solution for leaders in Europe”, we empower students to show up as the best version of themselves every time they speak.
EU Business School (formerly European University) is a private business school with campuses in Geneva and Montreux (Switzerland), Barcelona (Spain) and Munich (Germany). EU Business School was established in 1973.
Association of Former International Civil Servants for Development – has been created in Geneva on 17 January 2008, with a view to putting this experience and expertise at the service of the community in general, and the international community in Geneva in particular.
Founded in 1972, the Clinique de Genolier is the flagship establishment of the Swiss Medical Network. With around 120 beds and 180 doctors, it is one of the largest private clinics in Switzerland. It offers specialised and adapted medical care, state-of-the-art technology, an experienced medical team and first-class hotel services.