The University of Geneva was founded in 1559 by Jean Calvin. It is the second largest university in Switzerland with 16,500 students of more than 150 different nationalities. The university includes 9 faculties: Faculty of Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, Faculty of Humanities, Faculty of Social Sciences, Faculty of Economics and Management, Faculty of Law, Faculty of Theology, Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, Faculty of Translation and Interpreting. It is ranked among the best three generalist French speaker universities and among the 150 best universities in the world. The university has French- English bilingual teaching policy.