University of Geneva Undergraduate

From the time of its creation in 1559 by Jean Calvin, right up to the recent discovery by University astrophysicists of extrasolar planets, the University of Geneva has continued to grow and develop while maintaining its longstanding tradition of excellence with an international angle.

The University of Geneva is the second largest university in Switzerland and is a public institution of the Republic and Canton of Geneva. It pursues three missions: Teaching (classes are, in general, taught in French), research, and service to the wider community.

Undergraduate Courses

Graduate School of Translation and Interpretation
European Institute of the University of Geneva
International Relations Office
Faculty of Social Science and Economics
Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences
Section of Educational Science
Section of Psychology
Faculty of Translation and Interpretation
Faculty of Law
Institute of Environmental Sciences
University of Geneva - Executive program (HEC)
Autonomous Faculty of Protestant Theology
Faculty of Medicine
Faculty of Arts
Faculty of Sciences

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Rank85
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World University Rankings 2014

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