10 must know facts about United Arab Emirates (specifically Dubai)
Our partner campus in UAE offers a fantastic MBA program, especially for anyone interested in international management.
5 ways technology has made us lazy
Has technology has made us complacent, or simply relieved us of our chores? Let's look at five ways technology is making us lazy.
How do the ECTS credits work, exactly?
The European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS credit) is used in our Admissions process at Geneva Business School. Read more here.
5 Brands That Changed Their Business Model Entirely
As a way for businesses to continue to expand and generate money, introducing products or shifting an entire business plan may be the key.
Switzerland has the best education system in the world
Switzerland has the best education system in the world. Have your chance at receiving an education in the country ranked as the best in the world.
A Meeting Of The Minds: Fair Value Vs. Historical Cost Accounting
Geneva Business School is proud to say that the United Arab Emirates is home to one of our newest partner…
Eduki Foundation “Take Action for Peace!” Competition
Geneva Business School donated 100 trees to the Eduki Foundation in Switzerland for its seventh annual competition. Find out which projects won!
Geneva Business School Celebrates 25 Years
This year we celebrate our 25th year of Swiss quality innovative business education and our global network of campuses, students and alumni.
International Women’s Day 2020
On Sunday 8 March 2020, Geneva Business School and the United Nation’s International Women's Day will celebrate the equality of women worldwide. Read about three influential female leaders from our school.
The Two Sides Of Tourism: The Positive And Negative Impacts On An Economy
Tourism can be a great revenue stream, and can boost positive impacts on an economy if a community is able to effectively manage it.
5 things successful people don’t waste their time on
While the key to success isn’t always clear-cut, patterns emerge when you start to consider what truly makes successful people. Cutting out social media, workplace drama, and self-pity are easy first steps toward a better work life.