List of alumni of Institut Le Rosey

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This list of notable Roseans is composed of former students of Institut Le Rosey, an international boarding school located in Rolle and Gstaad, Switzerland. "Old Rosean" (in English) and "Anciens Roséens" (in French) are officially used to describe alumni.[1]

Notable Roseans[edit]

Aga Khan IV, spiritual leader of Ismaili Muslims
Richard Helms, Director of the CIA (1966-1973)
Jose Ferrer, Academy Award-winning actor, uncle of George Clooney

anciens Roséens[edit]

In English, the French terms are also sometimes used: anciens Roséens (f. anciennes Roséennes), Roséens (Roséennes) or simply anciens (f. anciennes). When referring to both genders together, the masculine form is used.

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