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This term has seen two weekend theatre trips to London, taking students into the heart of U.K. theatreland for some memorable performances of immersive theatre. In September, Roséens exchanged plush seats and velvet curtains for the hard benches and makeshift dens of the Calais refugee camps...

This October, a team of twelve Rosey adventurers grabbed their back-packs and headed to Peru: the great land that sustained the Inca civilisation. Twenty hours later, confronting altitude sickness at 4,000 metres above sea level, making our way through numerous boxed lunches and without wireless...

There is nothing better than visiting a university to get to know its feel and for students to anticipate whether they will be happy there. The October university trips go some way to helping Roséens broaden their horizons and, on many occasions, offer the opportunity...

Le Rosey’s Model United Nations students got an opportunity to debate in the birthplace of democracy this term with their visit to Athens. The 22 students travelled to Campion School to embark on a two-day conference which saw them pitting their diplomatic wits against students from...

Rowing is a long-standing tradition at Le Rosey. In 1951, Aga Khan IV led the team to victory at national Swiss level! We have always been incredibly fortunate to have such a splendid arena in which to row and there is nothing quite like gliding...

Almost four years to the day after its inaugural concert with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, the Rosey Concert Hall took another dramatic step forward on Friday 5th October with its first opera. Le Grand Théâtre de Genève brought its production of Bizet’s Carmen to Le...

The Week-end de connaissance is a term that doesn't translate easily but it essentially means "The Getting to Know Each Other Weekend" and this is when all Roséens, both the newly arrived and those returning after the summer break, spend the weekend together on and off campus. The...

The now traditional rentrée concert had a celebratory yet relaxed feel to it this year despite its title: “And now Mozart”. Igudesman and Joo took Roséens across the centuries separating the present day from Bach in a virtuoso display of pieces for the piano and...

Bullets Over Broadway: The 1920s came roaring to life in a spectacular world of ditzy showgirls, dangerous gangsters, Broadway stars with outsized egos, and an earnest young playwright. Filling the aisles of the Rosey Concert Hall with dance, this madcap musical was lots of fun...

Not “Girls’ Talk” but intelligent conversation between successful women was at the heart of a special celebration of 50 years of Le Rosey’s section feminine. Introduced by Anne Gudin, who spoke of different types of female leadership and then hosted by Annika P, a successful TV...