Year by year, Geneva is consistently ranked among the top cities in the world for standard of living. As such, EU Geneva students enjoy the benefits that come with studying in one of the world’s greatest and most beautiful cities.
The city campus is located in the center of town, on the banks of the great Lake Geneva. The location is convenient; the campus is a short five-minute walk away from the Geneva financial center and the main shopping area.
EU Business School Geneva leverages this central location and proximity to some of the world’s leading businesses and international organizations by offering its students frequent industrial visits to company headquarters. This focus on practical education gives EU Business School Geneva students a unique insight into the complex world of international business.
The city campus is fitted with contemporary instructional tools which lecturers use to their full advantage. SMARTboards and campus-wide Wi-Fi enables access to the award-winning online learning resource ProQuest, which is also available remotely via the EU intranet.
We use a combination of classroom theory and hands-on experiential learning that draws on both the American business education model and European learning methodologies. EU’s pragmatic approach to business education prepares students for careers in today’s rapidly evolving and globalized business world.
EU Business School Geneva is situated on the right bank of the lake, just a five-minute walk away from Rive, the main shopping district in Geneva. Here, there are many places to eat and drink; cafes such as Café-Leo, Willie’s Cafe and the Riverside Café, and an eclectic mixture of restaurants. The Bibliothèque de Genève is just a ten-minute walk away from campus, and is one of the biggest libraries in Geneva.
Geneva is occasionally referred to as the ‘city of parks’, because over one quarter of the city space is dedicated to providing public parks for its citizens. These parks provide the perfect venue for a stroll or a sun-splashed picnic with new friends. As well as parks, the city offers Bains des Pâquis, a great place to relax outside in the warmer months or eat fondue during the winter.
Transport to the various places that EU students want to visit within Geneva is quick, simple and cheap thanks to the excellent local transport. All of the trains, buses, boats and trams throughout the city are operated by TPG.
Local residents generally have an expansive knowledge of English, and as students at an English-speaking business school in Geneva, our students do not have to worry about communication issues.
GETTING TO CAMPUS
EU Business School Geneva
Quai du Seujet 18
Tel: +41 22 779 2671
Public Transportation in Geneva
There are transport links very close to the campus, which are connected to the rest of Geneva’s comprehensive transport network. To check the times and prices of buses, trams and trains, you can visit the TPG website, which is easy to navigate and provides accurate, up-to-date information.
Remember to find out which transport membership is best for you – the TPG sell monthly and annual passes.
By Bus and Tram
The campus is a ten-minute walk away from Gare Cornavin, which has transport links to the rest of Geneva, and provides trains to destinations throughout Europe.
Isaac Mercier, Stand and Bel-Air are the three closest public transportation stops. Tram 15 and bus 1 stop at both Isaac Mercier and Stand, while Bel-Air offers a variety of options including tram 12 and buses 3, 5 and 10. From here it is just a few minutes’ walk to the EU Business School Geneva city campus.
Parking near campus
There are underground parking facilities close to campus.
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION CONNECTIONS FROM GENÈVE AIRPORT
It’s worth remembering that before leaving the airport, you should take a free bus/train/tram ticket just before leaving arrivals. This ticket lasts for one hour and works on buses, trains and trams.
The airport is just four kilometers away from downtown, one of the shortest distances among all European cities. The airport is easy to navigate, and all of the signs are written in both French and English.
The train from Geneva airport to Gare Cornavin is very frequent, and takes around seven minutes. All trains leaving the airport terminal will pass through Gare Cornavin.
The 5, 10 and F buses go from the airport to Gare Cornavin. The 5 is the quickest and most direct, while the 10 and F take a little longer.
There is a taxi rank just outside Geneva airport. It will take approximately 15 minutes to get to campus and will cost around CHF 30.
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