Montreux is located along the shores of Lake Geneva, at the foot of the Swiss Alps. It is a vibrant town full of fun and culture, with a huge international student population. With numerous attractions, restaurants, bars and parks within walking distance of the central EU campus, Montreux is the perfect venue for both studying and socializing in a postcard setting.
The campus is found in the center of town, just a few minutes’ walk from a number of cafes, restaurants and the main shopping center. The campus offers a fantastic learning environment which caters to all the needs of EU Business School Montreux students: a computer lounge which is complemented by a speedy, campus-wide Wi-Fi connection, spacious classrooms, state-of-the-art teaching equipment and a library.
The library features key textbooks and periodicals for students’ reference, and the Wi-Fi enables access to the award-winning online learning resource ProQuest, which is also available remotely via the intranet. As well as the EU library, there is a comprehensive public library, the Bibliothèque Municipal de Montreux, on the same street as the campus.
We combine the American university model with top European management practices to offer students the necessary tools to be successful in their professional lifes. Check here the different program levels taught in English at EU Montreux campus: (links will drive you to montreux.euruni.edu website)
- Business Foundation programs in Montreux
- Bachelor's degrees Montreux
- MBA programs in Montreux
- Doctorate degree program in Montreux
- Executive MBA program in Montreux
The EU Business School Montreux campus is found conveniently in the town center, just a few minutes’ walk from the main shopping center and an eclectic variety of cafes and restaurants. Some of those restaurants and bars include: Harry’s Bar, Mayfair Bar, Barrel Oak, La Rouvenaz, Au Parc, Palais Oriental, Beijing Town and Restaurant Fuji.
For students that like to keep on top of their fitness, it’s easy to walk around the stunning city itself, and surrounding countryside trails are never far away. For those training seriously, there are two fitness clubs just a short walk away from the university: Forum and Let’s Go.
Montreux is also much known for its rich cultural environment, showcasing events such as the Montreux Jazz Festival and famous Christmas Markets. Another landmark of the city includes the Freddy Mercury Statue, a tribute to the Queen front man who spent the last years of his life in Montreux.
GETTING TO CAMPUS
EU Business School Montreux
Villa Ormond - Rue du Lac 18
1815 Clarens-Montreux, Switzerland
Tel: +41 21 964 84 64
Public Transportation in Montreux
The public services in Montreux are effective and reliable, and provide great coverage. While navigating Montreux itself, it is possible to walk on foot and reach everywhere.
Offered on the same street as the campus, the bus service 201 connects Montreux to the other towns in the Riviera, such as: Vevey, Clarens, Territet and Villeneuve. For those interested in exploring the mountains, the bus services 204 and 205 are available.
The train station is just a few minutes away from the EU Montreux campus and offers connections to the main cities in Switzerland, such as: Lausanne, Geneva, Bern and Zurich.
Students can also take advantage of a direct train service to Milan, Italy (a three-hour journey).
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION CONNECTIONS FROM GENEVA 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 in the canton of Geneva.
Montreux is served by different transports but the best and most comfortable way to get here from the airport is by train.
The train station in the Geneva Airport is situated in the underground floor and offers a direct train service to Montreux (every day – two trains travel to Montreux per hour).
The Montreux train station also provides two daily trains per hour every day, going to the airport (at 19 and 53 minutes past the hour).
Tickets can be bought at both train stations, either at the desk or by using the machines. It costs approximately CHF 34 (one way ticket). The journey takes roughly one hour and fifteen minutes.