Apply to University of Geneva for Fall semester of 23/24

Apply before March 20, 2023.
Year 2022-2023

USJ students can spend the Fall semester of 23/24 (Sept 18 2023 till Feb 9 2024) at the University of Geneva, one of the top ranked universities worldwide.

To do so, please refer to the outgoing mobility regulation and procedure on our webpage  and send your outgoing mobility form to before March 20, 2023.

You Relevant information are detailed in the information sheet enclosed.

- Rooms at the Cité Universitaire are allocated on a first-come first-served basis. So please send us your application as soon as possible.

- USJ student also benefit from a monthly scholarship of 1000 CHF.

- At the University of Geneva, students are welcome to choose courses taught in French, or in English, or a mix of the two.

- The School of Economics and Management-GSEM offers a bilingual program, in both French and English. They use stimulating innovations in teaching (games, classes focusing on sustainable development, opportunity to take part in an institutional projects, classes on responsible project management, web-learning and seminars on developing interpersonal skills, and inviting CEOs and managers of Geneva-based companies to give talks).

- Faculty of Law - the Certificate in Transnational Law (CTL)

This is a one- or two-semester programme that provides students with a chance to specialise, early in        their career, in international legal affairs. Students can combine courses taught in French or in English.                  This a collaboration with the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies.

- At the Global Studies Institute, an interdisciplinary approach to the study of international and regional relations is privileged in order to better investigate and understand the new complex challenges of the contemporary world as a whole. Courses are taught in French or in English.


A city located in the heart of Europe

Situated between the Alps and the Jura, at Switzerland’s and Lake Geneva’s southwestern most point, Geneva is ideally located in the heart of Western Europe. This cosmopolitan city, the population of which encompasses more than 180 nationalities, is known worldwide for its tolerance and its open mindset.

Geneva is home to more than thirty international organisation such as the UN, the WTO, the WHO and the ILO.   

This multicultural environment is reflected in the University of Geneva’s student body (approximately a third of its students are foreign), and its strong international relations policy.