Future-You Festival

Careers Afternoon, University Fair and Presentation

University Fair & Presentation

On Wednesday 25th May, in the afternoon, our students will be exploring career options that are available to their future-selves.

Following on from this we will be hosting a University Fair in our Dining Hall and a presentation on "Global University Transitions and Third Culture Kids" by author and mother-of-three, Tina Quick.

The Careers Afternoon is only open to our G8-11 students, while the University Fair and Presentation is open to students, parents and guests.

Please respond on the rsvp below if you would like to attend.

University Fair

We will be welcoming the following Universities on to our campus, most of whom are based in Switzerland and Continental Europe.

Karl Benz School of Engineering, Royal Holloway University of London, Geneva Business School, Ecole Hoteliere Lausanne, Lausanne Business School, Webster University Geneva, Franklin University Lugano, Hult Business School, EU Business School, International Management Institut - Luzern, Glion Institute of Higher Education, Université Institut de Finance et Management, Sustainability Management School, Business and Hotel Management School Lucerne.

Global University Transitions and Third Culture Kids

Tina Quick, author of The Global Nomad’s Guide to University Transition is a cross-cultural trainer, writer and international speaker. She is an adult Third Culture Kid (ATCK) and has raised her own TCKs across four cultures and continents. She has served as Program Chair on the Board of Directors of Families in Global Transition (FIGT). She is a member of the Advisory Board for TCKid. She is a member of the International Association of College Admissions Counseling and the National Association of Foreign Student Advisors. Tina works closely with colleges and universities, domestic and international schools.

Future-You Festival

Wednesday, May 25th, 4-7:30pm

18 La Tuilière


RSVPs are enabled for this event.


1600 - 1700 University Fair

1730 - 1900 Global University Transitions by Tina Quick