European Union

Europe - traditionally one of the seven continents in the world. Including the westernmost peninsula of Eurasia, Europe is generally divided from Asia to its east, water, divided the Ural Mountains, the Ural River, the Caspian Sea and the Caucasus in the south-east.

Education in Switzerland

Switzerland (German: Die Schweiz French: Suisse, Italian: Svizzera, Romansh: Svizra, officially the Helvetic Confederation) is a landlocked alpine country of roughly 7.7 million people (2009) in Western

Europe with an area of 41,285 km². Switzerland is a federal republic consisting of 26 states called cantons. Berne is the seat of the federal authorities, while the country's economic centres are its three global cities,
Geneva, Basel and especially Zürich. Switzerland is one of the richest countries in the world by per capita gross domestic product. Zürich and Geneva have respectively been ranked as having the first and second highest quality of life in the world.

Switzerland is bordered by Germany to the north, France to the west, Italy to the south and Austria and Liechtenstein to the east. The country has a long history of neutrality — it has not been at war since 1815 — and hosts many international organizations, including the Red Cross, the World Trade Organization and one of the U.N.'s two European offices. However, it is not a member of the European Union.

Switzerland is multilingual and has four national languages: German, French, Italian and Romansh. The country's formal name isSchweizerische Eidgenossenschaft in German, Confédération suisse in French, Confederazione Svizzera in Italian and Confederaziun svizra in Romansh. The establishment of Switzerland is traditionally dated to 1 August 1291; the first of August is the national holiday.

AKI INTER Represent -Institut Auf Dem Rosenberg

Founded in 1889, the Institut auf dem Rosenberg, is an international, co-educational school with boarding and day students. The four sections of the school (Anglo-American, German, Swiss and Italian), have altogether about 400 students who follow the curriculum of the respective country. Students in the Anglo-American Section, representing 30 nationalities, follow either a college-preparatory program leading to an American High School Diploma or prepare for British 'O' and 'A' level examinations. Additional classes in English, as well as an EFL program, are provided for students whose English is not up to standard. Approximately 90% of graduates attend four-year universities in North America, Europe or elsewhere. Teachers are qualified as having a BA, MA or equivalent credentials.

The academic year is divided into three trimesters between early September and late June. Supervised excursions and sports activities, including, winter ski-trips, are organized regularly. Various extra-curricular activity programs are available to all students, but participation is mandatory for students aged 16 and under.

Summer language courses are offered in July and August in Switzerland, Austria and England.

Situated in the hills above St Gallen, the Institut has a scenic view of the city below and the Alps to the south-west and of Lake Constance to the north. The school grounds, covering 25 acres, have twelve buildings encompassing administration, housing, dining hall, classrooms, laboratories, libraries, tennis courts, a soccer field and other sports areas.

Applicants for admission must submit copies of previous academic records and a personal recommendation from the head of their last school. A personal interview is desirable.

  1. Kalaidos University of Applies Sciences
  2. HTW University of Applied Sciences
  3. Swiss Hotel Management School
  4. European University
  5. BHMS Business and Hotel Management School
  6. Glion Institute of Higher Education
  7. Business School Chardonne
  8. HTMI Hotel & Tourism Management School Switzerland
  9. Ecole Hoteliere De Lausanne
  10. IMI – International Hotel Management Institute Switzerland
  11. AGSB- American Graduate School of Business 


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