Leysin Camp

Leysin Camp


Located right in the center of the village, the residence Les Fleurettes offers-up breathtaking views of the Swiss and French Alps, a restaurant with local and international cuisine. Sports facilities are located just a 10 minute walk away.

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Business Type: Private

Institute Type:

Age Range: 8-17

Gender: Mix


  • Foreign Languages English
  • Foreign Languages French

Number of Students: 700

Percentage of International students: 70%


Country: Switzerland

City: Leysin

International Airports: Leysin

Maintenance Cost:

Costs per month

Accommodation: included

Transport: included

Food: included

Courses: Principle of Management, Business Communication

Course Name Duration Minimum Age Level Fees Intake More Details
Language Study Holiday (Autumn) French or English 1-3 Weeks 8-17 1 CHF 1550 03.10 / 10.10 / 17.10.2021

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Education in Switzerland

Private primary schools in Switzerland

Switzerland boasts many private and schools, even at the primary level. These schools often provide education from kindergarten through to high school, and are, therefore, a good option for expat parents who want a seamless education for their children.

There are three different types of private primary school in Switzerland, which include: 

  • International schools 
  • Religious schools 
  • Montessori schools 

Life in Switzerland

Country Name: Switzerland

Capital: Bern

Population: 8.6 M

Currency: Swiss Franc

Monthly Maintenance: 1500 Swiss Franc


Life in Country:

With Switzerland being located in the heart of continental Europe, no wonder people go bananas when they’re given a chance to study there. The country’s history in higher education goes all the way back from 1460, which explains the high quality of the Swiss educational system.

If you’re among the lucky ones who study here, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to explore and learn directly in line with your passions. Don’t get intimidated by the stereotypes according to which Swiss people are all work and no fun. You should see how they praise their holidays, warm weather, and cozy weekends. It will quickly change your mind!