University of Geneva (UNIGE) / ジュネーブ大学 / Université de Genève

Geneve

 

Geneve

Number of students To be updated. ※Please also refer to ”交換留学最新情報” page.
Eligibility Students enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program
Period of study September - June
Location CH-1211 Genève 4, Switzerland
map&address for the buildings :http://unige.ch/presse/plans/
University profile Founded in 1559 by French theologian Jean Calvin, the University of Geneva (UNIGE)
is currently the second largest university in Switzerland. The University has a strong
international influence and strives to cultivate an open international outlook.
UNIGE is distinguished for its intellectual heritage, quality education covering not only the main areas of the sciences, arts and letters but also advanced research.
The University offers a wide spectrum of courses, at the bachelor, masters and
doctorate level, as well as Continuing Education programmes.
There are also many fields of research, and every year UNIGE hosts many foreign
PhD students and researchers at its faculties and laboratories.
Undergraduate programs open to exchange students The main language of instruction is French; however, a wide range of courses are given in English: www.unige.ch/progcours
A full academic year as a full time student represents an average of 60 ECTS and
one semester 30 ECTS ( 1 ECTS = roughly 25-30 hours of work to include independent study).
• You are advised to restrict your choice of courses to 2 faculty areas.
• Interpretation : students registered in this field of study only.
• Classes at the Medical School are not available.
• Prerequisites can apply to certain courses

https://www.unige.ch/exchange/en/incoming/why-geneva/students/international-non-erasmus-students/2-admission-conditions/restrictions/
https://www.unige.ch/exchange/files/2216/0132/5647/GUIDE_Study_PlanCourses_Restrictions20-21.pdf

Undergraduate programs NOT open to exchange students Please refer to our website for restrictions:
https://www.unige.ch/exchange/en/incoming/why-geneva/students/international-non-erasmus-students/2-admission-conditions/restrictions/
https://www.unige.ch/exchange/files/2216/0132/5647/GUIDE_Study_PlanCourses_Restrictions20-21.pdf
Graduate programs open to exchange students
The main language of instruction is French; however, a wide range of courses are given in English: www.unige.ch/progcours
 
Graduate programs NOT open to exchange students Please refer to our website for restrictions:
https://www.unige.ch/exchange/en/incoming/why-geneva/students/international-non-erasmus-students/2-admission-conditions/restrictions/
https://www.unige.ch/exchange/files/2216/0132/5647/GUIDE_Study_PlanCourses_Restrictions20-21.pdf
Minimum GPA (UG)
2.8
Minimum GPA (G) Same as above.
Minimum language proficiency  (UG) ・Students who wish to take classes in French: B2
(C1 is mandatoly for students in French Literature.)
・Students who wish to take classes in English: TOEFL iBT 70 or IELTS 5.5        

・English-taught courses are limited.    
Minimum language proficiency (G) Sufficient command of French or French & English to be able to do research and follow lectures without difficulty.
English-taught courses are limited.
Academic calendar FALL SEMESTER:
 Classes begin: September
 Exams end: February
SPRING SEMESTER:
 Classes begin: February
 Exams end: June
Important university website for exchange students https://www.unige.ch/exchange/en/incoming/why-geneva/
Scholarship information ------
Dormitory information Housing is not guaranteed by the University. Rooms are allocated on a first come first serve basis. We will contact the student as soon as we get nomination from home university. 
https://www.unige.ch/exchange/en/incoming/why-geneva/students/international-non-erasmus-students/4-preparing-your-exchange/housing/