European Graduate School (EGS)

Saas-Fee, Switzerland
The EGS was created to be a university that would function beyond the many constraints of traditional disciplinary structure while stimulating work leading to respected and well-recognized academic degrees. For the EGS, education remains a process that is both experimental and transformative, and learning is never divorced from critique.

About

History

Established in the Swiss mountains in 1994 by a non-profit foundation, The European Graduate School / EGS comprises two divisions: Arts, Health & Society (AHS) and Philosophy, Art & Critical Thought (PACT). The AHS Division, founded by Paolo Knill, centers on the expressive arts, specifically addressing coaching, therapy, education, conflict transformation, and peacebuilding.

Master's Programmes

Student Life

Campus life

At The European Graduate School, students are able to study at two different campuses: Saas-Fee, Switzerland, and Valletta, Malta.

Accreditation

  • University by the National Commission for Further and Higher Education, Malta State
  • Canton of Wallis, Switzerland.