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Article done by prof of SSBM Geneva Dario Silic, PhD and by prof of SSBM Geneva Mario Silic, PhD Why study if you can use Artificial Intelligence (AI)? Do you still need education when Artificial Intelligence (AI) offers alternative paths to knowledge? Shifting Paradigms: Navigating Education’s (R)Evolution in the AI Era. Unlocking the Future: 10...
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We are thrilled to announce the launch of our Master in International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights program at SSBM Geneva! This one-year program is designed to provide you with a comprehensive understanding of legal and ethical issues in humanitarian crises, equipping you with the knowledge and skills needed to become a human rights advocate...
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We are thrilled to share that our recent International Day event was a huge success! The event brought together a diverse group of people, including representatives from various foreign embassies, along with our students, staff, and faculty members. The International Day event was a celebration of cultural diversity, learning, and mutual understanding. The presentations from...
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Every year on January 2, Swiss Cheese Day is celebrated, and we couldn’t be happier about it. Many people around the world have fallen in love with this cherished holey, odorous cheese. A yellow, medium-hard cheese called Swiss comes from the Emmental region of Switzerland. Do not assume that all Swiss cheeses are holey. Since...
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Geneva is an international, multicultural and multilingual city which invites many foreign workers and students. Due to its growing popularity and relatively limited size, finding a place to live in Geneva can be sometimes challenging and difficult. The Swiss School of Business and Management Geneva provides students with good services both from an academic and...
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The city of Geneva is located in the Swiss Alps, with the Jura Mountains to its north. As a cosmopolitan city at the heart of Europe, it is home to 12 international organizations including the World Health Organization, the European Commission and the International Labor Organization. Geneva has more than 100 museums, ranging from chronology...
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Alumni and Best Student award winner Ivonne Delfín and new student Zahra Ahmadpanah were able to participate in the UNIL–CAS SPORTS ARBITRATION FORUM with the International Sports Law program director and CAS Arbitrator Dr.sc Petra Pocrnic Perica. The event took place at the new Court of Arbitration for Sports (CAS) Headquarters, at the Palais de Beaulieu...
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Switzerland is one of the best countries in the world to get an education. With world-class facilities and renowned experts, it’s considered a smart move to get a Swiss degree. But this isn’t your typical cakewalk — the visa application process can long and with various documentation required, and you will have to follow certain...
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Our program is designed to teach students the skills they need to become successful professionals in the international sports industry.Our courses are taught by experienced professionals who have worked with some of the biggest names in the industry: players, coaches, referees, and executives. They know what it takes to succeed in this competitive field and...
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We are excited to announce that we have begun classes in Sports Finance with Professor Mark Hovell. Professor Hovell is a lawyer and insolvency practitioner that has been working in the Sports Sector for over 30 years. He leads the Sports Law Team at Mills & Reeve in England, which in turn acts across most...
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