Institut Le Rosey
A school for life
Students can take the International or French Baccalaureate; 23 per cent score 40–45.
Known as ‘the school of kings’, Le Rosey’s students are members of the global elite.
One of the world’s most expensive schools, Le Rosey has two campuses for different seasons. Facilities in both are, as would be expected, extremely high quality. The summer site near Lake Geneva is geared towards summer sports such as tennis and swimming, while the winter months are spent in Gstaad, skiing in the afternoons.
Upon graduating, Le Rosey’s students are given access to the contact details of Le Rosey’s illustrious alumni, a roll call which reads like a guest list for the most exclusive ambassadorial reception ever held.
General director Christophe Gudin was a McKinsey consultant before joining Institut Le Rosey. Academic heads are Kim Kovacevic and Laetitia Peynon.
Geneva Airport; 25 minutes
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