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Geneva Business School

Geneva Business School

Geneva Business School

Campus Features


Our flagship campus is located in the heart of Geneva's International Organizations quarter – one of the largest centres of diplomatic, financial, and business activity in the world. Our students enjoy state-of-the-art facilities and exclusive access to the United Nations Library for a truly international environment.

The city consistently ranks in the world’s top ten for quality of living, so studying in Geneva offers much more than an excellent business education and networking opportunities.


Barcelona is synonymous with sun, sea, and sports, but it is also a top destination for tech startups, multinationals, and innovation. The city is perfect for young entrepreneurs with non-stop events and an immense pool of talent to exchange ideas with.

Our Barcelona campus is located right in the middle of the action, just off Plaça Catalunya. It was designed to be an ideal working environment, with quiet study zones, collaboration areas, and state-of-the-art technology.

The modern Auditorium, in the centre of the building, is the ideal location for our Industry Insights sessions, where guest speakers discuss the latest trends, give advice, and take questions. These sessions cover a vast range of topics, from how to make it as an entrepreneur to top tips for personal growth.


Madrid is a bustling capital, and is Spain’s geographical, cultural, and economic center. By studying in Madrid, you will be inspired by our professors and attend world-class networking events – all in one of Europe’s sunniest cities.

The city is home to top multinationals such as KPMG, PwC, and Deloitte, but maintains its Spanish soul. Studying at Geneva Business School, Madrid, you’ll gain a great understanding of the city’s corporate and entrepreneurial world through our dynamic faculty.

Geneva Business School offers three housing options in all three host cities, Geneva, Barcelona and Madrid. You have the flexibility to choose the housing option that you think will work best for your lifestyle.

Apartment Rental

You can choose to rent alone or share an apartment/studio with other Geneva Business School students. This option gives you a lot of flexibility and is a great way to experience living independently in your new city. Advance notice is highly recommended.

Student Residency

You can choose between a number of our student residencies partners in you new city. Student residencies are a great place to meet and connect with other students from Geneva Business School.

Host Family Stay

With this option, you will stay with a local family, sometimes with room and food included. Staying with a host family is an excellent option as a newcomer interested in learning the language quickly and would like the security and ease of a family environment.

Students are required to find their own accommodation, but Student Services are ready and willing to help you out!

    Scholarships and Funding

    At Geneva Business School we want to extend our hand to those who want to study and make our programs accessible regardless of background or financial status. As a private institution, we do not offer full scholarships however we do provide a set of financial support solutions for qualified and motivated students.

    We offer two competitive scholarships:

    • Academic
    • Community

    For more information, please visit the institute website.

    Why study at Geneva Business School

    Geneva Business School has a vision to provide Swiss-quality education to responsible future leaders who will contribute to a sustainable society. The Geneva Business School Community strives for quality and innovation in everything that they do. They are committed to providing practical education for their students and a collaborative and enriching work environment for their faculty and students. Through their modern facilities, a pool of expert talent, and a global campus network the school empowers their students to pursue a career in the field of their choice with the best possible foundation.

    Geneva Business School is proud of their faculty, all professionally active in their fields, and who share their vast years of experience with the students. The school is also proud of their students who create innovative business ideas during their time studying in Geneva Business School and then go on to make those businesses a reality, under the mentorship of the faculty.

    Geneva Business School believes that the school is an incubator for the next generation of innovators, entrepreneurs, and business leaders. As a boutique and intimate private institution, we give each student unrivaled opportunities to grow their ideas, develop their strengths, and learn from industry experts in a supportive and mentored environment. The school develops the soft and hard skills required to succeed in the world of global business by placing the students in a 360º learning environment.

    Their professional faculty come from all over the world, their students represent over 85 nationalities, and with academic partners on all continents, they truly embody the 21st-century global business ecosystem. Geneva Business School is agile and equipped to meet new and emerging challenges and is confident that its programs can make a positive difference in the lives of its students and a positive impact on society.

    Awards & Accreditations


    Asian Association of Schools of Business International


    The International Accreditation Council for Business Education


    The Council for Higher Education Accreditation



    Eduniversal - 3 Ranking

    Palmes of Excellence (2021)


    CEOWORLD Magazine Top 100 Business Schools (2021)

    Campus Life & Facilities

    Geneva Business School offers services to students, welcome week, induction days, and plenty of fun events to help students successfully integrate into the school and adapt to the culture of their new home city.

    Each campus provides relocation services, including guidance on accommodation, insurance, and bank accounts;legal guidance regarding migration requirements;legal guardianship for underage students;transport to/from the airport, among other services. Some of these services may incur additional fees.

    Geneva Business School has career counseling services for students to help them find internships and job opportunities. Our Career Service collaborates with companies and organizations in the region and follows industry trends, HR events, and conferences to offer our students the best professional opportunities. Geneva Business School also hosts two Career Days per year on each campus where students can also meet prospective employers and network with companies who are looking for talent in a wide array of sectors.

    The Career Service actively supports all current students and alumni in finding internships and jobs both locally and internationally. Newsletters presenting the latest job offers are sent on a regular basis. In addition, the Career Service helps students write their CVs and cover letters, create a LinkedIn profile, provides training for mastering job interviews, and supports students with the job search and application process.

    Internships with Student Services

    Our Student Service Department hires new students every year for 3 to 12 months paid internships to assist with administration and marketing tasks.

    Life as an international student

    There are over 85 nationalities represented at Geneva Business School. Moving to a new country can be tough, which is why each campus has a dedicated support team for its students. Student Services and the Academics Team will guide you on your journey from your application to your graduation, and even as you become a Geneva Business School Alumnus/a.

    With help from the Student Council, the school organizes extracurricular sports, cultural, and social activities. As part of your course, you’ll also attend local, regional, national, and international industry events – unique opportunities to network and widen your social circle.

    Geneva Business School prides itself on its diverse and powerful network of successful alumni, meaning students can benefit from real-world business contacts across the globe.

    Program Admission Requirements

    Demonstrate your commitment and readiness to succeed in business school by taking the GMAT exam – the most widely used exam for admissions that measures your critical thinking and reasoning skills.

    Download the GMAT mini quiz to get a flavour of the questions you’ll find in the exam.


    • Geneva

      La Voie-Creuse 16, 1202 Geneva (Switzerland), 1202, Geneva

    • Barcelona

      Carrer de Rivadeneyra, 4, 08002 Barcelona (Spain), 08002, Barcelona

    • Madrid

      Calle del Conde de Peñalver, 45, 28006 Madrid (Spain), 28006, Madrid

    • Lisbon

      Lisbon, Portugal