Below is a list of International Schools in Vaud and around Lausanne, Switzerland. On each school’s page, you’ll find a wealth of information including contact details, facilities, curriculum and much more.
Collège Champittet is a school of reference in the Lausanne region. The Collège is a Swiss school open to the world and offers a high-quality education, for both day and boarding students. Offering three diplomas (Swiss Maturité, French Baccalaureate and the International Baccalaureate), as well as a French-English bilingual program.
Nestled amongst the apple-orchards of Aubonne, La Côte International School is a premium establishment offering a strong international and French curriculum, with a focus on hands-on learning, whole child education and student well-being. We nurture and educate confident all-rounders to become well-balanced high achievers.
GEMS World Academy Switzerland (GWAS) is an international school in Etoy, Vaud, Switzerland, offering all three International Baccalaureate (IB) programmes for students ages 3 to 18. GWAS offers an exceptional learning experience in state-of-the-art facilities, with an emphasis on Wellbeing and Innovation.
Lemania College, founded in 1908 in Lausanne by Dr Paul Du Pasquier, is now one of Switzerland’s major private schools.
Education should be a way of life. School should be about the development of the whole person. When John Corlette founded Aiglon College in 1949, he had a unique vision: combine the special character of mountain life with a new vision for education. Aiglon today guards this vision and has grown into one of the world’s most distinctive boarding schools.
Founded in 1924, Ecolint is the world’s oldest international school. Built on strong humanitarian values, Ecolint strives to educate for peace and to prepare students for citizenship of diverse communities and engagement with the political, ethical and environmental challenges of their times. Resolutely not-for-profit, Ecolint has a proud history of student-centred, pedagogical innovation – including the creation of the International Baccalaureate.