Lemania Swiss Group of Schools' curricula attract students from Asia
Covering primary to university education, Lemania Swiss Group of Schools (LSGS) has consistently ranked as one of the top Swiss private school groups since its inception in 1908. Business School Lausanne (BSL), a member of LSGS, is ranked third in Switzerland in the 2013-2014 QS Global 200 Business Schools Report.
Providing an international education experience through its International Baccalaureate, French Baccalaureat and Summer Camp programmes, Ecole Lemania (Lemania College), a prestigious Swiss boarding school and head office of LSGS, reaps the benefits of cross-cultural learning to prepare international students for entrance to universities worldwide. LSGS comprises 13 schools that cover all educational levels and boasts an average of 6,000 enrollees annually, 40 per cent of whom are international students. With a huge international population where more than 100 nationalities are represented, Lemania and BSL have achieved high levels of diversity, developed further through their Asian focus.
"We see an increasing opportunity to attract Asian students," says Jean-Pierre Du Pasquier, president of LSGS. "We have extended our range of courses to cater to the needs of the working world." Banking on its global networking, Lemania and BSL attract students and parents with their personalised learning, leadership development and real business knowledge advantages.
Lemania's academic facilities showcase the latest technology, while its curricula are diverse and up-to-date. The BSL faculty is composed of seasoned business practitioners, while professional bilingual teachers manage Lemania. With Lemania, its first-class boarding school, providing a holistic experience to students, the group's one-of-a-kind offerings have made its schools the popular choice among Asian students.
Another advantage offered by Lemania is its synergy of tradition and modern education. "Our success is undoubtedly due to the balance between Swiss education involving basic skills like reading and arithmetic, and technology such as iPads, interactive whiteboards and specific professional fields," Du Pasquier says. "We provide relevant education by adapting our programmes to the constantly changing business world."
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