The Ecole MOSER established in Switzerland (Geneva and Nyon) and in Germany (Berlin) is a private institution founded by Henri Moser in 1961 and, since 2001, directed by his son Alain Moser. The school serves educational needs of growing international and multilingual community, giving its students an opportunity to achieve Switzerland’s Federal Academic Baccalaureate (Maturité), which is accepted by all Swiss universities without further tests. This grade is also accepted by universities across Europe and the United States.
The Ecole MOSER is currently educating 1,200 students aged 7 to 18 years old. It possesses educational and technical equipment enabling students to grasp and to cope with the complexity of modern world. By means of immersive teaching of languages and student exchange with partner schools, the Ecole MOSER broadens young people’s minds and prepares them for today’s intercultural Europe.
The Ecole Moser is fully committed to collaborate with the Go-Lab Project in promoting and deploying inquiry learning with online labs at school. Science teachers are helping Go-Lab in defining and developing the resources that are going to strengthen their students’ interest and consolidate their competences in sciences. In addition to enhance classroom experience, the Go-lab solutions will complement the Moser Online platform.