Open Day March 24Institute Montana Zugerberg: Learning for the world of tomorrow
The Institut Montana is located in the heart of Switzerland, on the Zugerberg, just 15 minutes from the city of Zug. Idyllically secluded in nature, yet central at the same time - with fast connections to Zurich and Zurich airport, Lucerne and other European cities. Photo: Institut Montana Zugerberg
In a familiar, inspiring international atmosphere, students receive comprehensive training that provides them with the skills necessary for the globalized working world of the 21st century: The Montana Zugerberg Institute invites you to an Open Day on March 24th.
Zug / Munich - "The way in which we prepare our students for the working world of tomorrow goes far beyond a normal school education," says dr. Nils Remmel, director at the Institut Montana Zugerberg in Switzerland.
Once a year, the school invites interested parties and residents to the Open Day - on March 24, 2018 (from 10 to 14 clock) , it is time again. Exhibitions on living and learning on the Zugerberg, presentations of the school programs, the bilingual Secondary School (SEK I) running from August and the "Montana Summer Sessions" are the focus of the extraordinary program.
The event is aimed primarily at parents who want to learn more about the prospects of boarding a boarding school for their children, as well as to the prospective students and all interested parties. Visitors get a comprehensive insight into life and learning on campus.
The school is open to students from the age of six with a bilingual primary school (from the age of 10 for boarders) and pupils from the age of twelve with SEK II, Swiss High School with Hausmatura and the International School with International Baccalaureate IB Diploma ,
Staying active and healthy outside the classroom has a long tradition on campus. Photo: Institut Montana Zugerberg
Exhibitions, holiday courses, discovery tour
With exhibitions on living and learning on the Zugerberg, the Open Day also shows the philosophy of the institute. The students receive individual support in the classroom. A diverse program of sporting, cultural and social activities provides a balance that optimally complements the school day, inspiring students for future ambitions.
The "Montana Summer Sessions" are two- and four-week courses during the summer holidays. True to the motto "Learn. Grow. Move. Meet." Students have the opportunity to engage in a variety of activities during their holidays, to get to know boarding school life and to meet friends from all over the world. It includes language courses, workshops in areas such as entrepreneurship, technology or art, as well as field trips and many sporting activities.
If you also want to get to know the surroundings of the institute and its 90-year history in less than 20 minutes, you can take part in the Montana Discovery Tour.
For further information, please contact Director Dr. Nils Remmel available - available by phone 0041-41-7291177.
The 1926 Dr. med. Max Husmann founded Institut Montana Zugerberg is based on a humanistic education ideal. It holds the claim of a modern and high-quality education with individual support of each individual pupil. It fosters the tradition of exchange between Swiss and international cultures and promotes cultural openness. The range of programs includes training programs for grades 1 to 12: Bilingual Primary School, Bilingual Secondary School (SEK I), International School and Swiss High School. The school community comprises about 300 students from more than 40 nations. Outside the classroom, there is a diverse program of seasonal activities. All information under: www.montana-zug.ch