|Montreux School of Business - University Life|
At MSB, we do not provide on-campus accommodations for students. However, our housing service helps students locate a furnished apartment in Montreux or its surrounding areas. The monthly rent for a furnished studio varies between 800 and 1200 Swiss francs.
Research has proven that a stimulating environment is conducive to optimal learning. At the Montreux School of Business, students study in beautiful classrooms that are airy, well lit, and equipped with state-of-the art technology.
Since sound research is the foundation of a quality education, our modern library is where students can find access online to research material, such as journals and databases, as well as the necessary guidance to successfully complete their course projects. Also, separate meeting rooms are available for use by study groups.
Computers are available in our state-of-the-art Computer Room and in several different locations throughout the university.
All of our students agree that the Student Lounge - with its comfortable seating area, diffused lighting, background music - is the perfect place to relax, watch cable TV, play a game of pool, or enjoy a coffee break with friends.
At the Montreux School of Business we focus on educating the “whole person” through a holistic approach, which takes into account the relationship between physical fitness and academic achievement. Therefore, during their studies at MSB, students have the opportunity to participate in numerous sports and recreational activities.
Students have the opportunity to participate in numerous sports and recreational activities:
Swimming (indoor heated pool), hammam and sauna
Gym & Fitness Center
A well-rounded education also includes social and cultural activities as well as sports events. At our Student Center, students can find an array of clubs and committees that will make their stay at MSB an exciting and life-enriching experience. The Student Center also provides the following services:
Every September, elections are held to appoint the members of the Student Association, who promote and safeguard the interests of the student community. The Association is also responsible for these extracurricular activities: