The Geneva Business School organization is divided into three main committees with different roles and responsibilities: the Geneva Business School Executive Committee, Advisory Committee, and Sub-committees.
Our Organizational Chart
The Executive Committee is the highest Geneva Business School constituency for governance, leadership, strategic decisions, and quality assurance.
The Committee is chaired by the Steering Group and composed of Quality Assurance, Finance, Academic and Student Services representatives.
The Executive Committee’s main responsibilities are as follows:
- Reviewing Mission, Educational Pillars, and institutional strategies
- Endorsing informed strategic decisions on Geneva Business School’s direction and growth
- Developing and coordinating Geneva Business School Strategic Planning
- Validating budgets, institutional initiatives, and allocation of resources
- Reviewing Geneva Business School practices and services upon Sub-Committee’s Annual Reports
The Geneva Business School Advisory Committee, generally composed of academics, industry leaders, local authorities, and alumni meet with the Executive Committee on an annual basis.
It considers and provides guidance on Geneva Business School initiatives or on institutional strategic projects and it also supports Geneva Business School with recommendations, reflections, and proposals in new programs or academic offerings based on market and growing demand.
Sub-Committees report to the Executive Committee on an annual basis and are respectively accountable to a specific Geneva Business School area. These areas include:
- Quality Assurance
- Academic Excellence
- Communication & Public Disclosure
- Students Services
- Institutional Resources
Representatives from Geneva Business School campuses and program locations participate in these committees to guarantee a collegial and comprehensive reflection.
Geneva Business School Vision and Mission
A 21st-century Swiss education institution contributing to a sustainable society
- Ensuring student success along with academic excellence
- Managing the institution efficiently in terms of organization and allocation of resources
- Engaging with stakeholders through partnership, collaboration, company placements or membership activities
- Contributing to the academic and business body of knowledge, through research collaboration, teaching and the public dissemination of findings