A summer campus in Rolle on the shores of the Lake Geneva, another in winter in Gstaad, the legendary ski resort of the jet set and billionaires, the Rosey Institute is the most expensive school in the world. Founded in 1880, this private Swiss boarding school aims to provide the best education for the children, aged from 6 to 18, of the globalized elites. Among the thousands of alumni one finds crowned heads, children of stars, businessmen ... From Prince Rainier of Monaco to Joe Dassin, the Aga Khan, Anthony Delon, the Egyptian billionaire Dodi al-Fayed, Fouad II , King of Egypt, Baudouin, King of the Belgians, Juan Carlos of Spain or even the children of the last shah of Iran, Elizabeth Taylor, Roger Moore, John Lennon or Diana Ross ... all studied at the Rosey. Here, by living and learning together in a multicultural context (Le Rosey brings together close to 70 nationalities), the students build the foundations for their future success. They learn to understand each other, discover mutual respect and how to live together, sharpen their openness and curiosity, and, above all, built a solid network with entry points in many countries at the highest level.