International University in Geneva

Administrative services

Ms. Rosita Toscano

Admissions Counselor Bachelor programs


Mrs. Nathalie Bost

Admissions Counselor Master programs


Mrs. Céline Simpson



Mrs. Nina Gaillard

Housing Service


Mrs Paulette Daviet and Mrs. Michèle Oberson

Administration - Student Services: 
visa, health insurance, resident permit


Mrs. Nathalie Bost

Information Manager and Librarian


Mrs. Christiane Nanjod

Financial Officer



Students can purchase their textbooks at the bookstore.

The bookstore is open during the weekdays.
It can be reached at


Men's Basketball Team Practice

Collège de Sécheron
Av. Blanc 1 - 1202 Genève

Fridays - from 17.00 to 20.00

Women's Volleyball Team Practice

Collège de Sécheron
Av. Blanc 1 - 1202 Genève

Thursdays - from 17.00 to 19.00

Soccer’s Team Practice

Collège de Sécheron
Av. Blanc 1 - 1202 Genève

Fridays - from 17.00 to 20.00

Tennis Practice Tennis Club

Centre sportif du Blanché
Route de Colovrex 58 - 1218 Grand-Saconnex

Outdoor: everyday 9.00 to 17.00 except on Wednesdays
Indoor: fridays from 15.00 to 16.00

Fitness Center

ICC Center

Fees available at the Fitness Center


The University administration provides assistance for students looking for housing or private appartments.


A range of student housing is available in Geneva, from small and exclusive apartments to large residence halls, featuring their own facilities such as restaurants and study rooms. The city has an excellent public transportation system.

For further information contact Ms. Nina Gaillard by email at


The University assists students with visa formalities and in obtaining students permits in Switzerland.


Health Insurance

Mandatory Health Insurance Coverage


The Swiss law on health insurance (KVG) requires that every person living in Switzerland has to take out Swiss health insurance covering medical treatment and hospital costs in case of illness.

The Cantonal authorities check the insurance coverage of each person.

This has to be done within the first 3 months of your arrival (before leaving Switzerland you should cancel your insurance with at least one month's notice).

EU citizens holding a European Health Insurance Card are sufficiently insured. However, we recommend to check if their insurance coverage is according to Swiss standards. For students from the EU-8 states, Bulgaria, Romania or from Non-EU countries we recommend that you take out health insurance with SWISSCARE.

IMPORTANT: Please note that it is your responsibility to take care that you are properly insured. IUG can not be held responsible for any costs incurred due to lack of or inappropriate insurance coverage.

If you are under medical treatment and/or have to take special medicines, do not forget to bring them along or ask your doctor whether they are available in Switzerland.

Application for SWISSCARE Health Insurance
Please contact : or the support center by phone on +41 26 309 20 40