Generation Z

The digital native generation

"Gen Z" are children born between 1995 and 2010.
They are a generation different from other generations.


Gen Z is predisposed to digital transformation, to environmental challenges, to new geo-political structures. It is a generation exposed to important structural, economic and social changes.


As radical changes take shape, Gen Z grows, experiences, acquires a different awareness from the generations that preceded it. The challenge is to grow to master and not be brought down by the changes of their era.

A mirror maze

The distinctive factors

Generation Z moves with agility in the virtual world, but has a concrete and realistic behavior. It is used to not having absolute certainties and is therefore flexible. It has adapted the concept of mobility by making itself available to changes in its position and profession over time, to adapt to changes.

New career profiles

Agility, innovation, thought-leadership. These are the characteristics of successful companies in the digital age.

These are also the characteristics of successful leaders

Generazione Z

Road map


Goal Making Experiences

12-14 years old


Summer Courses: acquire autonomy, play and study languages and fundamental subjects

Discover your skills and passions

Choose the Educational System that you consider suitable for your aspirations and your character



14-16 years old

Prepare your resume

Choose the type of diploma (IB, AP, Matura CH, ITA Maturity, etc.) and the subjects needed for the University you want to attend

Certify first and second foreign language levels

Organize time with targeted experiences: internship, volunteering, academic summer schools



16-18 years old

Design your career

Languages: increases the level of certification
Choose your University

Undertake the admission process

Graduated with the best grades you can expect from yourself

Dedicate yourself to your career
Bachelor degree
Master degree

International career


Study in

The criteria for admission to universities in Europe is gradually conforming to the Anglo-Saxon ones. With the exception of schools of excellence, they are simpler.

The Swiss education system is organized in high schools – oriented to give advanced but concrete training – and universities. An international student is required to supply Diploma grapes and a certificate (level C1) of the official language of the canton.

In universities, selection takes place in the first 2 years of attendance: it is useful to define your own retention strategy.


Study in the UK
(UCAS and Oxbridge)

In the UK, admission to High School with A-Level, IB, APs diploma is a selective process. The level of selection and the timetable depends on the individual school, but some criteria are generalized.

A single UCAS process guides admission to universities, with the exception of Oxford and Cambridge (Oxbridge), which have their own highly selective path. UCAS applications are multiple; deadlines, content, specificities of the Universities must be understood and personalized according to the objectives and interests of the individual student.


Study in
the USA

In America, each college applies a process and selection criteria that are different from one other and different from the UCAS (UK).

The student must build his own admission strategy, to optimize the number of applications and relative effort.

This strategy must also take into account the lifestyle that each college offers. For the purposes of admission, distinctive experiences are important in areas other than the academia (sport, arts, social activities).