University of Bern

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Formation1834
HeadquartersBern, Switzerland
TypePublic (cantonal)
The third largest university in Switzerland.

The University of Bern is a university in the Swiss capital of Bern and was founded in 1834.[1] It is regulated and financed by the Canton of Bern. It is a comprehensive university offering a broad choice of courses and programs in eight faculties and some 150 institutes.[2] With around 18,576 students,[3] the University of Bern is the third largest university in Switzerland.[4]

 

Alumni on Wikispooks

PersonBornDiedNationalitySummaryDescription
Franz Blankart27 November 193617 January 2021SwitzerlandDiplomatSwiss diplomat who attended the 1988 Bilderberg meeting as head of the Federal Office for Foreign Trade.
Jean Bourgknecht16 September 190223 December 1964SwitzerlandPoliticianSwiss lawyer and politician
Arthur Furer28 March 19248 November 2013SwitzerlandSongwriterSwiss composer of modern classical music who attended the 1981 Bilderberg conference.
Fritz Gerber22 March 1929SwitzerlandQuad Bilderberger Swiss Drug company director
Fritz Halm4 October 19154 January 2005SwitzerlandBusinesspersonSwiss business leader, President of the Central Association of Swiss Employer Organizations.
Bernd Hamm5 August 194519 June 2015GermanAcademic
Statecraft/Analyst
German sociologist. His main areas of work included the criticism of capitalism, neoliberalism, globalization and the “deep state".
Klaus Jacobi12 November 192913 July 2004SwitzerlandDiplomatSwiss diplomat with longstanding ties to the United States
Adolf W. Jann22 September 191124 November 1983SwitzerlandBanker
Businessperson
About the Seveso chemical disaster at his Hoffmann La Roche plant: "Capitalism means progress, and progress can lead sometimes to some inconvenience." When he was asked what he thought about the children crying in the hospitals, he said "It is normal: the children weep when they are subject to injections"
Paul Jolles25 December 191911 March 2000SwitzerlandDiplomat
Businessperson
Quad Bilderberger Swiss diplomat businessman
Thomas Jordan28 January 1963SwitzerlandFinancier
Economist
Swiss economist and central banker
Christa Markwalder27 July 1975SwitzerlandPoliticianAttended Bilderberg as President of the Swiss National Council. Handpicked as a Young Leader throughout her career by mighty interests.
Peter Maurer1956SwitzerlandDiplomatPresident of the International Committee of the Red Cross. On the Board of Trustees of the World Economic Forum. Handy to have on board if you are planning to vaccinate everyone in the world.
Raymond Probst6 March 19199 May 2001SwitzerlandDiplomatSwiss Ambassador to Washington. Attended 1983 Bilderberg as one of the top civil servants in the Swiss Department of Foreign Affairs.
Daniel Vasella15 August 1953SwitzerlandDoctor
Businessperson
Ex-Bilderberg Steering committee Swiss pharma director
Andreas Z'Graggen1944SwitzerlandJournalist
Editor
Swiss journalist, editor and author
Jean Ziegler19 April 1934SwitzerlandDiplomat
Activist
"Hunger is [...] the main cause of death on our planet. And this hunger is man-made. Whoever dies of hunger, dies of murder. And this murderer's name is debt."


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