Geneva campus

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As the crossroads of Europe, Switzerland offers its students opportunities for international employment, in large groups or within NGOs. CREA, EBS Geneva and EU Business School are located in Geneva.

Focus on CREA Geneva

Geneva is the UN and diplomatic capital and home to international organizations and the headquarters of major multinational companies. Our campus offers 3,000 m² of ultra-modern premises and equipment, designed to unleash students’ creativity and encourage collective work. Ranked in the world’s top 10 most liveable cities, Geneva offers a diversified cultural network and supports artistic creation in all its forms.

The city has 40 museums, numerous concert and theatre halls and major events. Geneva also occupies a place of choice in the world of luxury, with unparalleled expertise in haute-horlogerie and numerous high-end establishments and companies.


Geneva is the second largest city in Switzerland and is ideally located on the shores of Lake Geneva, close to the French border.

Meeting the CREA students

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Focus on the EU Business School campus

TheEU Business School offers a wide range of innovative foundation, bachelor, master and MBA programs (all taught in English) at its central campus in Geneva. Opening in 2020, the 1,000m2 campus features state-of-the-art facilities designed to support student learning and well-being. The multicultural community of over 350 students enjoys spacious classrooms, relaxing study rooms, a library and a well-equipped lounge.

Just a stone’s throw from the Mont Blanc Bridge, Lake Geneva and the main train station, the new campus is surrounded by thriving businesses, world-renowned banking and luxury watch industry giants, and charming cafes and restaurants. Students at theEU Business School in Geneva make exclusive company visits to the headquarters of leading companies and financial institutions, and are also invited to global organizations such as the United Nations Office and the World Trade Organization.

Updated 25 February 2022