Collège du Léman is nestled just outside of Geneva, in a town called Versoix, on the edge of Lake Geneva. Geneva is a city of unparalleled diversity; the home of the Red Cross, the United Nations and countless multinational organisations. Originally founded to serve the children of staff from such institutions, College du Leman has always had an exceptionally diverse community, and we have more than 40 nationalities among our boarders.
The Old City, the Cathedral of St. Peter, Museums, Concert Halls and Botanical gardens ensure that the city is a place where culture is embraced, without of course forgetting the importance that engineering plays in this region. The city hosts the world-famous Jet d’Eau, countless watch museums, and CERN. This is a forward-thinking city, steeped in rich heritage.
Lake Geneva is one of the largest and certainly the cleanest in Western Europe. It is a place where students can learn to paddleboard, to waterski, and to sail in Collège du Léman’s boats. We are lucky to be surrounded by verdant countryside, where our students enjoy biking or horse-riding. Within an hour, we reach the mountains with all the winter-sports fun. Taken as a whole, we offer a breathtaking array of activities and opportunities for our students.
With Geneva airport 15 minutes away from the school, travel to and from the campus is very easy.
Our school is an international hub of learning, with students coming from all over the world to learn in a stimulating environment. Being together allows us to learn from each other, to understand and appreciate each other’s’ cultures, and to celebrate diversity.