Professor Raymond Leduc is a lecturer and Assistant Director of the Aubrey Dan Program...
The values of the school are those core ideas that form the nucleus of who we are and how we look at the world. Our values provide beacons on how to act and how to consider others within our everyday dealings. The values of the school are specifically identified as:
- Equality of Opportunity Based on Merit
- Academic Honesty
- Academic Freedom
- Social Responsibility
Monarch Business School believes that all members of the school whether they be a student, teacher or affiliate of The University are to be regarded as equal to all others regardless of creed, colour, religion, nationality, gender, sexual orientation or age. That is, the school will be open to all.
The Motto of The School
The Motto of the school in Latin is “Sola Virtus Nobilitat” translated into English as “Virtues Ennoble” in its short form, or in its long form as “Only Virtues May Make One Noble”. The Motto itself reflects the over reaching philosophical position of the school that each individual whether they be Professors, Students or Administrators must continually strive for the betterment of the person, continually improving the character through intellectual, physical and spiritual pursuits. The Motto also speaks to the need for each person to remain focused on the betterment of their own character in order to bring about the improvement of society and the community in general. Monarch Business School Switzerland believes that a better world may be obtained for all through an enlightened approach to business and commerce where the character of the individual remains the driving force.
Coat of Arms
The Monarch Business School Switzerland Standard Coat of Arms is formed on a shield of white with a broad royal blue center band highlighted with gold ermine. The Monarch Business School Formal Coat of Arms is formed on a shield of gold with a broad royal blue center band highlighted with gold ermine. The shields include an open book to signify an institution of higher learning which is the tradition for schools, colleges and universities. The lower section of the shield contains three peaks which signify the mountains of Switzerland where the University makes it home. The shield is topped by three crowns which represent the main faculties of higher learning being: Economics/Business, Science and the Arts. The center crown in gold represents the main focus of Monarch being Economics and Business studies. The three crowns taken together underscore that business studies and commerce always exists in relations to the other faculties and areas of society and must have a balanced view. The crowns and ermine symbols are visual representations of the term Monarch.