University of Geneva Information
The University of Geneva (Université de Geneve) is the second largest university in Switzerland and can trace it’s roots back to 1559 when it was founded by John Calvin. Nowadays the rector is Professor Jean-Dominique Vassalli and is particularly strong in the studies of genetics, planetary science, and law and allows for the study of over 100 different disciplines. The University of Geneva ranking is 36th in Europe.
These disciplines are spread across 9 faculties, many of which have inter-faculty relations for the allowance of multidisciplinary courses. The 9 main faculties cover the following subjects: Architecture; Arts; Economics and Social Sciences; Law; Medicine; Protestant Theology; Psychology and Educational Sciences; Sciences; and Translation and Interpretation studies.
The university of Geneva is a very prestigious university and has many affiliations chief amongst these are its membership of the league of European research universities, and of Coimbra.
University of Geneva Address
Université de Geneve
24, rue du Général-Dufour
1211 Geneve 4
Ranking and Quick Facts
|University world Ranking – Times 200 (UK)||
|University world Ranking – Jiaotong 500 (China)||
102 to 150
|University world Ranking – Newsweek 100 (USA)||
|European University ranking (Jiaotong)||
35 to 56
|Students (Undergraduates / PG/ Total)||
Coimbra, League of European Research Universities