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Institut de Formation de Gestionnaire de Patrimoine (IFGP) was founded in 1995 to provide instruction to private bankers in Switzerland. It became Geneva Business School in 2010, to highlight its purpose of teaching business administration and finance. Geneva Business School started a global expansion opening campuses in Barcelona (2012), in Madrid (2018) and has numerous partnerships around the globe.
Geneva Business School offers bachelor´s, master´s, and doctoral degrees in Finance and Business Administration with seven different majors focusing, among other specializations, on the international, geopolitical and digital aspects of management, marketing, entrepreneurship, finance and Oil & Gas.
The International Research Centre is the hub for all Geneva Business School-related research activity and specifically programs looking at sports management, technology in business education and on leadership and work in the 21st century, encouraging projects that involve international collaboration primarily on:
Each Geneva Business School campus has a dedicated support services team and take pride in ensuring that every student is catered for. This starts from the point of application to Geneva Business School leading through to their graduation day and beyond, as a proud Geneva Business School Alumni.
Geneva Business School has key partners who assist students for no cost or a small fee in:
With the help and assistance of the Student Council, Geneva Business School organizes and supports sports tournaments, cultural and social activities throughout the academic year, such as BBQs, International Days, and other events.
As a Business School, it is paramount to maintain strong ties between students, encourage team spirit and personal development.
Every campus has its own way of organizing these activities, often through the Student Council, which also offer an alternative way to meet new people and network with organizations.
Geneva Business School has received specialized accreditation for its business programs through the International Accreditation Council for Business Education (IACBE), the Association of Accredited Schools of Business International (AASBI) and EDUQUA. Geneva Business School has also strong ties with partner universities, enabling exchange programs