Bilingual German Swiss Maturité

The Higher Secondary (Collège) curriculum we offer complies with the “Plan d’études cantonal du Collège de Genève”.
In the final year maturité exams take place in June and early July.

The Swiss Maturité, Bilingual German is the highest level of achievement of all secondary school leaving diplomas in Switzerland.

Ecole Moser is the only private school in French-speaking Switzerland to offer it.

M1 at ECOLE MOSER

Swiss Maturité, Bilingual German

Students from the multilingual track in Lower Secondary follow on from the 11th grade, the first year which leads to the Bilingual German Swiss Maturity.
In M1, which is thus the second year of Higher Secondary, students keep their choice of specific option, their standard or higher level of Mathematics and their higher level of German.
In M1, our students will be introduced to university education. Some classes will take place in our auditoriums which can welcome up to 80 students. 
In M1 all our students will also be introduced to the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP). The choice to follow the double diploma track is made at the end of the school year. 

This stream leads to:

Subjects taught
in the target languages

The figures indicate the number of 45-minute periods per week.

In German
  • German higher level: 4
  • History : 2
  • Geography : 2
  • Visual Arts : 2
In French
  • French : 4
  • Mathematics (standard and higher levels): 4
  • Biology : 2
  • Chemistry : 2
  • Physics : 3
  • Introduction to Economics and Law: 2
  • IT : 1
  • Music : 2
  • Sport : 2
In English 
  • English (standard and advanced levels) : 4
Specific Option 
  • Option chosen in 11th grade: 4
    Specific option to be chosen among : Latin/Greek, Italian, Spanish, Biology & Chemistry, Physics & Applied Mathematics, Economics & Law

M2 at ECOLE MOSER

Swiss Maturité, Bilingual German

In M2, which is the third year of Higher Secondary (College), students’ preparation for university is intensified. French and Mathematics lessons are delivered in our auditoriums which can welcome up to 80 students. They can experience active listening, note-taking and public speaking.
If they wish, students can benefit from a three to four-week exchange with the Moser Schule in Berlin.
At the end of M2, the December and June exam grades and the grades acquired in continuous assessment all along the year in Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Music and Visual Arts, become the final grades for those subjects. They are taken into account for the final diploma results in M3.
 

 

This stream leads to:

Subjects taught
in the target languages

The figures indicate the number of 45-minute periods per week.

In German
  • German higher level : 4
  • History : 2
  • Geography : 2
  • Philosophy : 2
  • Visual Arts: 2
  • Maturité Project / Thesis : 1
In French
  • French : 4
  • Mathematics (standard level or higher) : 4 or 6
  • Biology : 2 or 3
  • Chemistry : 2 or 3
  • Physics : 3
  • Music : 2
  • Sport : 2
In English
  • English : 4
Specific Option
  • Specific Option: 4

M3 at ECOLE MOSER

Swiss Maturité, Bilingual German

M3 is the final year of Higher Secondary (College) at Ecole Moser. The M3 curriculum provides a more in-depth university-style education which includes lectures in an auditorium, multidisciplinary work sessions in groups and the monitoring of the group by a dedicated tutor

The student chooses his or her special option (option complémentaire) from the range of options on offer. 
He or She also completes the Maturité Project/Thesis which he or she started in M2. The thesis is about 15 pages long and is followed by an oral presentation to a jury. The thesis can be written in German (strongly recommended for Bilingual German M3 students) or in another language. The research topic and research question are freely chosen by the student but must be linked to a subject of the Maturité curriculum. Students can also choose to prepare a technical/artistic project or to set up an extra-curricular project.

At the end of the year, the December and June exam grades and the grades acquired in continuous assessment all along the year in History, Geography, Philosophy, History of Art and Special Option (option complémentaire) as well as the Maturité Project/Thesis grade, become the final grades for those subjects. They count for the final Maturité diploma results.

The written and oral Maturité exams for French, German, English, Mathematics and the Specific Option are held at the end of June and beginning of July at school. The results of these exams count for the final Maturité diploma results.
 

 

This stream leads to:

Preparing your future
after graduating at Ecole Moser

Right from M1, students can benefit from our counselling service which provides information on university courses in Switzerland, England and the USA as well as on gap years (language courses, internships, voluntary work, travelling, etc.) in Switzerland and abroad.

 

 

Subjects taught
in the target languages

The figures indicate the number of 45-minute periods per week.

In German
  • German higher level : 4
  • History : 2
  • Geography : 2
  • Philosophy : 2
  • Maturité Project / Thesis : 1
In French
  • French : 4
  • Mathematics (standard or higher level) : 4 or 6
  • History of Art : 1
In English
  • English : 4
Specific Option
  • Specific Option : 6
Special Option
  • Special Option (German, French or English) : 4

Special
option 

In German, French or English depending on the student’s choice.
Special options to choose from at the end of M2 :
Taught in German : History
Taught in French : Chemistry, Applied Mathematics, Physics, Computer Science, Geography, Philosophy, History, Cinema
Taught in English : History
 

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