Ecole Ber – A well-known and recognized school, founded in 1952
- FIDE evaluation center, French test for Permit B, C, naturalization
- FIDE test preparation course
- Accredited by the FCA (annual training cheque) for the majority of courses
- A qualified, experienced and certified teaching team
- Official partner of the Alliance Française de Genève
- Centre approved by the Paris Chamber of Commerce and Industry, various TEF tests
- Degree programs in Business Management, IT and Computing, Hotel and Hospitality, Accounting, and Finance.
- Master in Business Administration.
- Students will be doing 15 hours of French class per week during studies.
€11’500 * Fees per year
€5750 * French Course Fees
Intakes in 2021
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LOC Campus at Ecole Ber
Address: 64, rue de Monthoux , 1201 Geneva , Switzerland
Switzerland is a small country located in the heart of Western Europe, and sharing borders with neighboring Germany, Austria, the Principality of Liechtenstein, Italy and France. There are now approximately 7.7 million people living in Switzerland, speaking four official languages: German, French, Italian and Romansh. A mountainous landscape: 60% of the Swiss territory is occupied by the Alps, a great mountain range stretching circa one thousand kilometers from Austria to France, that offer more than 80 peaks above 4000 meters. A prosperous economy: nowadays Switzerland enjoys the most competitive economies in the world (1st on the WEF Global Competitiveness Report 2011-2012), which relies mainly on the third sector. Large multinational corporations such as Nestlé, Novartis and ABB have their headquarters in Switzerland. High-quality performance and well-trained, reliable employees, as well as the concentration of high-quality niche products are at the heart of the Swiss economy. The key areas for Swiss exports are high-technology in general including pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, micro and nanotechnology, environmental technologies, as well as finance, design, luxury and hospitality. Environment and quality of life: a well-preserved environment easily accessible by public transport, safe cities, and excellent infrastructures make living in Switzerland very pleasant, and explain why the Global Ranking of Cities with a High Quality of Life ranks three Swiss cities among the top ten (Mercer’s 2011 Quality of Living Survey).
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