Nestled in the beautiful Swiss Alps, close to the world-famous ski resort of Crans-Montana, our flagship campus blends tradition with cutting-edge innovation.
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"Being in the middle of so much nature is both relaxing and inspiring. If you’re into winter sports, it’s paradise. In the warmer months, there are pools, hiking paths, and the world’s most beautiful soccer field."Diogo Dutcher BBA Student
Les Roches Crans–Montana is a state-of-the-art hospitality education environment.
You can fully immerse yourself in our practical learning facilities, which include working kitchens and bars, plus a rooms division demonstration area.
Modern teaching environments support your academic studies. You can also take your entrepreneurial skills to the next level in our Innovation Lab and digital media studio.
The campus has five restaurants and two bars, offering a wide range of healthy meals and delicious drinks.
From skiing in winter to mountain biking in summer, you’ll never be short of outdoor activities. Keeping fit on campus is easy, too, with access to sports courts, a fitness center and outdoor swimming pool.
Les Roches Crans–Montana has 18 residential buildings situated on campus, each of them just a short walk away from our restaurants, bars and academic facilities.
Most of our student accommodation offers stunning views of the surrounding Alpine scenery. Rooms may include en suite bathroom or external bathrooms, a bed and desk for studying.
Most buildings feature common spaces for residents, such as meeting areas, kitchens and laundry facilities.
Senior students may choose to live off campus (as of Semester 6, except first-time transfer students and GB5 students).
There are numerous private apartments to rent in Crans-Montana and throughout the surrounding area.
Our campus takes its name from the famous ski and golf resort of Crans-Montana, which is a short ride away by car, bus or funicular.
There you’ll find plenty to keep you entertained – including high-end food, culture, shopping and outdoor sports. Head down