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The University of Geneva
(French: Université de Genève) is a public research university located in Geneva, Switzerland. It was founded in 1559 by John Calvin
John Calvin
as a theological seminary and law school.[1] It remained focused on theology until the 17th century, when it became a center for Enlightenment scholarship. In 1873, it dropped its religious affiliations and became officially secular.[2] Today, the university is the third largest university in Switzerland by number of students.[3] In 2009, the University of Geneva
celebrated the 450th anniversary of its founding.[4] Almost 40% of the students come from foreign countries The university holds and actively pursues teaching, research, and community service as its primary objectives. In 2016, it was ranked 53rd worldwide by the Shanghai Academic Ranking of World Universities,[5] 89th by the QS World University Rankings,[6] and 131st in the TIMES Higher Education World University Ranking.[7] UNIGE is a member of the League of European Research Universities (including academic institutions such as Amsterdam, Cambridge, Heidelberg, Helsinki and Milan) the Coimbra Group
Coimbra Group
and the European University Association.[8]


1 History 2 Location

2.1 Uni Bastions 2.2 Uni Dufour 2.3 Uni Mail

3 Organisation

3.1 Faculties

3.1.1 Interfaculty centers 3.1.2 Associated institutions

3.2 Finances

4 Libraries and press

4.1 Libraries 4.2 Press

5 Academics

5.1 Admission and fees 5.2 Academic year 5.3 Teaching and degrees 5.4 International partnerships 5.5 Research 5.6 Rankings

5.6.1 Global rankings 5.6.2 Subject rankings 5.6.3 Other rankings

6 Student body 7 Student life

7.1 Sports 7.2 Associations

8 Alumni

8.1 Notable scholars 8.2 Notable alumni

9 In fiction 10 See also 11 References 12 External links


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Location[edit] The University of Geneva
is located in several districts in the eastern part of the city and in the nearby city of Carouge
(on the left bank of the Lake Léman and the Rhône), and the different buildings are sometimes very distant from each other (the Battelle buildings are for instance more than three kilometers away from the Bastions). The oldest building (1559) is the Collège Calvin, and is not anymore a university building. Lectures are given in six different main locations, Les Bastions, Uni Dufour, Sciences I, II and III, Uni Mail and Uni Pignon, Centre Médical Universitaire (CMU), and Battelle;[9] as well as in other less important locations (for instance part of the Mathematics Section is located at the second and (partly) third and sixth storeys rented by the university in an office building in Carouge).[10] Uni Bastions[edit] Built between 1868 and 1871, Uni Bastions is the symbol of Geneva's academic life. It is located in the middle of a park and is host to the faculty of Protestant Theology
and to the Faculty of Arts.[11] Uni Dufour[edit] Its architecture was inspired by Le Corbusier. It hosts the Rectorat and the administration of the University.[12]

Uni Dufour

Uni Mail[edit] It is Switzerland's biggest building dedicated to social sciences. It currently hosts the Faculty of Law, of Economics and Management,[13] of Psychology and Education and the Faculty of Translation and Interpreting.[14]

Uni Mail

Organisation[edit] The University of Geneva
is structured in various faculties and interfaculty centers which are representing teaching, research and service to society in the various disciplines. Faculties[edit]

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The University is composed of nine faculties:[15]

Faculty of Sciences Faculty of Medicine Faculty of Humanities Faculty Geneva
School of Economics and Management (GSEM) Faculty Geneva
School of Social Sciences (G3S) Faculty of Law ( Geneva
Law School) Faculty of Theology Faculty of Psychology and School of Education Faculty of Translation and Interpreting

Interfaculty centers[edit] The university is composed of fourteen interfacultary centers. Amongst others:

Institute for Reformation History (the Reformation) Computer Science Department (computer science) Institute for Environmental Sciences (energy policy) The Global Studies Institute Interfaculty Center of Gerontology
(gerontology) Swiss Center for Affective Sciences (affective science)

Associated institutions[edit] The university has also several partnerships with the nearby institutions, where students at the university may take courses.

Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies
Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies
(IHEID) Bossey Ecumenical Institute (of the World Council of Churches) Wyss Center for Bio- and Neuro-engineering Swiss National Supercomputing Centre Art-Law Centre[16] Center for Biomedical Imaging(CIBM) University Centre of Legal Medicine (CURML)[17] The Institute for Work and Health (IST)

Finances[edit] The University of Geneva
had a budget of roughly 760 million CHF for the year 2016.[18] It mostly comes from the cantonal subventions, the other notable contributors being the federal state and the tuition fees.[19] Libraries and press[edit] Libraries[edit] UNIGE's library facilities are spread across four sites. Uni Arve is host to seven libraries: the Bibliothèque Ernst & Lucie Schmidheiny, the Bibliothèque d'Anthropologie, the Bibliothèque du Centre universitaire d'informatique, the Bibliothèque Georges de Rham (Mathematics), the Bibliothèque de l'Institut des Sciences de l'environnement (ISE), Bibliothèque de l'Observatoire (Astronomy) and the Bibliothèque des Sciences de la Terre et de l'environnement.[20] Uni Bastions hosts the language libraries, as well as the university's libraries focused on history and musicology.[21] Uni CMU is home to an extensive collection of medical issues. Besides, it is also hosts the Centre de documentation en santé (CDS) and the Bibliothèque de l’Institut de la médecine et de la santé et de l’Institut d’éthique biomédicale (IHMS - IEB).[22] Uni Mail's collection is focused on the following themes: Economics and social sciences, Law, Psychology and Learning Sciences, Translation and Interpreting, European studies, French as a foreign language and Musicology. Besides, it also hosts UNIGE's multimedia library.[23] Press[edit] The journal de l'UNIGE is released biweekly. Its purpose is to ease communication inside the university, to inform the students about the research being carried at UNIGE, to convey new opinions and to inform students and teachers of upcoming university events via l'Agenda.[24] Campus is released monthly with the objective to ease communication between the scientific community and the citizens and to be a "bridge between science and city".[25] Academics[edit] Admission and fees[edit] To be enrolled in a bachelor programme, one must hold a Swiss maturity diploma or a secondary diploma considered by the University of Geneva to be equivalent.[26] If the degree was not pursued in French, applicants must pass an eliminatory French language
French language
test at the beginning of September, which consists of an oral and a written comprehension test and of a piece of argumentative writing.[27] Tuition fees are of CHF 500 per semester. Academic year[edit] UNIGE's academic year runs from mid-September to mid-June. It is divided in two semesters, each one being concluded by an examination session, held respectively at the beginning of January and at the beginning of June. An examination session is held at the end of August and beginning of September as a retake for students who failed their January or June examinations.[28] During the three days before the start of the new academic year, the Journées d'accueil (Welcome Days) are organized by the University to introduce the new students to the city and the facilities, tips are also given on how to succeed at university. A second chapter including city tours, outdoor concerts and animations is also organized by the student association UniAccueil (AUA) to celebrate the new academic year.[29] Teaching and degrees[edit] Before 2005, the University applied various very different models, depending on Faculties, and sometimes even on Departments (or "Sections"). Some Faculties applied the French education model of granting academic degrees, with some minor differences: demi-licence (two years), trois-quarts de licence (three years), licence (four years), diplôme d'études approfondies and diplôme d'études superieures spécialisées (DEA/DESS) (1–2 years), and doctorate (3–5 years). The University now follows the requirements of the Bologna process: bachelor's (three years), master's (1–2 years), in some departments or sections Master of Advanced Studies
Master of Advanced Studies
(1–2 years), doctorate (3–5 years).[30] UNIGE offers more than 240 types of diplomas: about 30 bachelor's degrees,[31] 70 masters and 78 doctorates. It also provides more than 200 programmes of continuing education in various sectors.[32] International partnerships[edit] Students at UNIGE have the possibility to study abroad for a semester or a year during their degree. Partner universities include Free University of Berlin, Harvard Law School, École Normale Supérieure, Trinity College Dublin, Erasmus University of Rotterdam, Université Libre de Bruxelles, King's College London, McGill University, HEC Montreal, University of Ottawa, University of Oxford, Uppsala University, Johns Hopkins University, University of Michigan, UCLA, University of Southampton, University of Sydney, University of Tokyo.[33] Research[edit] The key sectors of research at the University of Geneva
are sciences (molecular biology, bio-informatics, etc.), elementary physics, astrophysics, economics, social sociences, psychology, chemistry, biochemistry and biophysics. UNIGE is home to six national research centers: in genetics (Frontiers in Genetics), in material sciences (MaNEP), in study of emotions (Affective Sciences), in chemical biology (with EPFL), in study of mental illness (Synaptic, with EPFL and Unil), in study of life path (with Unil). UNIGE also carries research in international studies since the creation in 2013 of the Global Studies Institute, in finance with the Geneva
Finance Research Institute,[34] and in environmental studies, with the creation in 2009 of the Institut des sciences de l'environnement.[35] Famous discoveries have been made by researcher working at UNIGE including the discoveries of extrasolar planets by Michel Mayor, and of quantum teleportation by Nicolas Gisin. Rankings[edit] The University of Geneva
is consistently ranked one of the top universities in the world. Global rankings[edit] In 2016, the University of Geneva
is ranked 53rd overall in the world according to the Shanghai Ranking. In 2012, it was ranked 69th overall in the world according to the Shanghai Ranking, 74th overall according to the QS ranking and 133rd overall according to the THE ranking. In 2006, Newsweek
ranked the university 32nd in the world.[36] The QS World University Rankings[37] ranked the University of Geneva as follows:

Year In Switzerland In Europe In the World

2016 - - 89th

2015 - - 85th

2012 - - 74th

2011 - - 69th

The Times Higher Education World University Rankings[38] ranked the University of Geneva
as follows:

Year In Switzerland In Europe In the World

2015-2016 6th


2012-2013 5th 52nd 133rd

2011-2012 7th 46th 116th

2010-2011 5th 34th 118th

Subject rankings[edit] In molecular biology, the impact of the research carried in Geneva
was ranked 4th in Europe by Times Higher Education for the period 1999-2009, directly behind the University of Oxford.[39] In physics, UNIGE was ranked sixth.[citation needed] The QS 2013 subject ranking placed the University of Geneva
at the 21st place in the field of Pharmacy and at the 49th place in Philosophy. In every subject, the University was ranked in the world's top 200.[40] Other rankings[edit] In the 2013 QS ranking, the University was ranked 24th in world for most international faculty and 20th in the world for most international student body.[41] Student body[edit] In 2016, 16,530 students were studying at UNIGE, of whom 61% were female. 37% of the students were non-Swiss, originating from 151 countries. 4,449 teachers and collaborators, of whom 49% are female, are working for UNIGE.[42] Student life[edit] Sports[edit] The Bureau des sports organizes all the sports related activity at UNIGE. Free sports lessons are given everyday and it suffices to show one's student card to access. Other lessons organization with the university's partners demand a small fee.[43] UNIGE is home to the Geneva
university championships in basketball, indoor football, rowing, badminton, outdoor football.[44] The university also sends teams to the Swiss university championship in badminton, indoor football, skiing, basketball, fencing, football, golf, ice-hockey, table tennis and volleyball.[45] UNIGE also provides special schedules for students wishing to pursue their high level sporting career and to study at the same time.[46] Associations[edit] Alumni UNIGE is the alumni association of the University of Geneva, it offers a network of several thousand people to its members, as well as other advantages, such as discount prizes, special events, access to the official networking platform.[47] Atout-lettres is the alumni association of the literature students of the University, founded in 1997. Its purpose is to prepare the professional insertion of the literature students, to establish links between literature student and the working world and to promote the formation given by the Faculté de Lettres.[48] Alumni[edit]

Kofi Annan, UNIGE alumnus, Nobel Peace Prize in 2001

Over the course of its history, a sizeable number of UNIGE alumni have become notable in their fields, both academic, and in the wider world. Affiliates of the University of Geneva
have won 10 Nobel prizes. Graduate alumni ( Martin Hairer
Martin Hairer
and Vaughan Jones) have won 2 Fields Medals. The University has hosted several Nobel laureates as students, researchers and/or professors: Norman Angell
Norman Angell
(1872–1967), Nobel Peace Prize 1933; Karl Gunnar Myrdal
Karl Gunnar Myrdal
(1898–1987) Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences 1974; Daniel Bovet
Daniel Bovet
(1907–1992), Nobel Prize in Medicine 1957; Niels Kaj Jerne (1911–1994), Nobel Prize in Medicine 1984; Maurice Allais
Maurice Allais
(1911–2010), Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences 1988; Edmond H. Fischer
Edmond H. Fischer
(1920–), Nobel Prize in Medicine 1992; Martin Rodbell
Martin Rodbell
(1925–1998), Nobel Prize in Medicine 1994; Alan Jay Heeger (1936- ), Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2000; Werner Arber
Werner Arber
(1929– ), Nobel Prize in Medicine 1978; Kofi Annan
Kofi Annan
(1938– ), Nobel Peace Prize 2001. It has also hosted or graduated three Fields medal laureates: Vaughan Jones (1952– ), Fields Medal
Fields Medal
laureate in 1990, Stanislav Smirnov (1970– ), Fields Medal
Fields Medal
laureate in 2010 and Martin Hairer
Martin Hairer
(1975- ), Fields Medal
Fields Medal
laureate in 2014. Notable scholars[edit]

Werner Arber
Werner Arber
(1929-) Jonathan Barnes (1942-) Roland Barthes
Roland Barthes
(1915–1980) Samuel Baud-Bovy (1906–1986) Yves Bonnefoy
Yves Bonnefoy
(1923-2016) Raymond Boudon
Raymond Boudon
(1934-) Jacques Bouveresse
Jacques Bouveresse
(1940-) Bernard Bouvier (1861–1941) Bertrand Bouvier (1929-) François Bovon (1938-) Michel Butor
Michel Butor
(1926-) Edouard Claparède
Edouard Claparède
(1873–1940) Georges Cottier
Georges Cottier
(1922-2016) Gabriel Cramer Victoria Curzon-Price (1942-) Waldemar Deonna (1880–1959) Kuppamuthu Dharmalingam (1949-) Alfred Dufour (1933-) Jean-Pierre Eckmann
Jean-Pierre Eckmann
(1944-) Pascal Engel (1954-) Georges Favon (1843–1902) Øystein Fischer (1942-2013) Théodore Flournoy
Théodore Flournoy
(1854–1920) Bernard Gagnebin (1915–1998) Orio Giarini (1936-) Marcel Golay (1927-) Jeanne Hersch (1910–2000) Bärbel Inhelder (1913–1997) Albert Jacquard
Albert Jacquard
(1925-) Jean Kellerhals (1941-) Hans Kelsen
Hans Kelsen
(1881–1973) Stephan Klapproth (1958–) Ulrich K. Laemmli Jan-Erik Lane (1946-) Michel Léonard (1949-) Alain de Libera (1948-) Giorgio Malinverni (1941-) Michel Mayor
Michel Mayor
(1942-) Franklin Mendels (1943–1988) Hans Morgenthau
Hans Morgenthau
(1904–1980) Kevin Mulligan (1951-) Robert Mundell
Robert Mundell
(1932-) Joseph Nye
Joseph Nye
(1937-) Douglass North
Douglass North
(1920-) Carlo Ossola (1946-) Jean Piaget
Jean Piaget
(1896–1980) Jean Pictet (1914–2002) Olivier Reverdin (1913–2000) André Rey (1906–1965) Gonzague de Reynold
Gonzague de Reynold
(1880–1970) Georges de Rham (1903–1990) Anik de Ribaupierre (1946-) Denis de Rougemont (1906–1985) Jean Rousset (1910–2002) Ferdinand de Saussure
Ferdinand de Saussure
(1857–1913) Klaus Scherer (1943-) Klaus Schwab
Klaus Schwab
(1938-) Jean de Serres
Jean de Serres
(1540 - 1598) Stanislav Smirnov
Stanislav Smirnov
(1970-) Jean Starobinski (1920-) Maurice Stroun (1926-) George Steiner
George Steiner
(1929-) Ernst Stueckelberg
Ernst Stueckelberg
(1905-1984) Carsten Peter Thiede
Carsten Peter Thiede
(1952–2004) Pierre Weiss
Pierre Weiss
(1952-) Chaim Weizmann
Chaim Weizmann
(1874–1952) Éric Werner (1940-) Jean Ziegler
Jean Ziegler

Notable alumni[edit]

Henri of Luxembourg
Henri of Luxembourg
(HEI) Maria Teresa Mestre Astrid de Belgique (IUEE) Joséphine-Charlotte de Belgique Nora of Liechtenstein (HEI) Elias Farah Emanuele Filiberto di Savoia Bonaya Adhi Godana Hartley Shawcross, Baron Shawcross Sir Norman Angell Kofi Annan
Kofi Annan
(HEI) Natalia Aszkenazy José Manuel Durão Barroso
José Manuel Durão Barroso
(IUEE) Ferdinand P. Beer Manolo Blahnik Nicolas Bouvier Micheline Calmy-Rey
Micheline Calmy-Rey
(HEI) Antoine Alfred Désiré Carteret Corinne Chaponnière André Chavanne Henry Chrouet Ruth Dreifuss Jacques Dubochet Georges Favon Ian Fleming Claude Goretta Christian Grobet Martin Hairer Jean Hoerni Afet İnan Sandra Kalniete
Sandra Kalniete
(HEI) Sophie Kanza Lazare Kopelmanas Zygmunt Krasiński Dominique Lévy[49] Gilles Marchand Alain Morisod Serge Moscovici Placide Nicod Claude Nicollier Jean Pictet Emma Pieczynska-Reichenbach Claude Piron Hans-Gert Pöttering Darius Rochebin Nasser Mohammed Al-Ahmed Al-Sabah Marco Solari Manuel Tornare Claude Torracinta Gérard Zinsstag Jürgen Wöhler Ehsan Naraghi Georg Seelig Sigmund Widmer Tariq Ramadan Hani Ramadan Elena Aprile Françoise Buffat Paul Dubrule Anne Emery-Torracinta Alexis Keller Jean-Georges Lossier Jan Marejko Frank Martin Enrique Moles Ormella Pericle Patocchi Guy Roberty Riadh Sidaoui Alain Tanner

In fiction[edit]

James Bond
James Bond
briefly studied at the University of Geneva, as his creator, Ian Fleming
Ian Fleming

See also[edit]

List of early modern universities in Europe List of largest universities by enrollment in Switzerland International Academy of Sport Science and Technology (AISTS) myScience.ch


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