Location
Switzerland is a safe, neutral country with a strong tradition of discretion and security amongst its multicultural, open-minded population. It is a land of contrasts – beautiful nature, impressive mountains and lively, dynamic cities. It is the perfect place to live and learn.
Brillantmont is in Lausanne, in the French speaking area of Switzerland. You'll love our city!
All our students learn French and we encourage our students to use it when they are out and about. Lausanne is a safe city, with a population of around 150’000 inhabitants and overlooks Lake Léman (often called Lake Geneva),
It is a fantastic place to live and study because it offers all the advantages of city life, yet the mountains, ski resorts and nature are very close by. Our students enjoy city life – the lively shopping area, cafes, restaurants and many cultural facilities (theatres, opera, galleries).
The school is just five minutes from the city centre.
Sports facilities and stadium in Lausanne

Lausanne is home to the International Olympic Committee and hosts the Youth Olympic Games in 2020, so it’s no surprise therefore that it has world-class, up-to-date sports facilities which our students enjoy.

Jet d eau fountain Geneva

Our students arrive at Geneva International Airport, which is a forty minute drive away, with many direct international flights. Switzerland is a safe, neutral country with a strong tradition of discretion and security amongst its multicultural, open-minded population.

In the Lausanne area and further afield in different cities and regions of beautiful, safe Switzerland, there is more than enough to keep our students busy! Lausanne is a fantastic place in which to grow up and has so much to offer to our student

“Living in Lausanne provides fantastic opportunities to develop talents”
The city’s facilities widen opportunities for our students. A talented dancer can continue with classes at a high level in one of the city’s renowned dance schools. Young sportsmen and women can join local clubs & play in Swiss national leagues.

One of our talented Japanese students plays rugby in the Swiss national under 20s, whilst another from Botswana plays in the Swiss Junior football league. A talented Chinese violinist plays in a local orchestra whilst a student wanting to learn Portuguese has private lessons with a teacher from a local language school.