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In 1993, Geza Scholtz began his eight years with us as a student at Institut Montana. With a mother from Hong Kong, father from Hungary but being born and raised in Switzerland alongside his brother, Geza Scholtz is the typical Institut Montana student. When he graduated in 2001, he went on to the University of Zurich to study dentistry which he still practices to this day. When reflecting on his time with us and on the importance of studying in an international environment, he had this to say:

“You make connections with people from all over the world and I stay in touch with a lot of them. It’s really great because if I fly here or there, I know that there’ll always be an Institut Montana student somewhere ready to welcome me. Like I said before, it doesn’t matter if you didn’t see the person for 10 years, you can just call them and say like, “Hey! I’ll be in your area this day.” And they will be excited and organize everything from pick-up to almost your whole itinerary so that you can just have a great trip and a great experience with this friend as you reconnect.”