Marianne Laure Sauvin Switzerland

Biography of Marianne Laure Sauvin

Marianne Laure Sauvin enrolled at the University for one year in 1946. She was born in Sainte-Croix, in the Swiss canton of Vaud, daughter of Philippe, a surgeon.

Sauvin entered the School of Interpreters of the University of Geneva in 1945. As part of her course, Sauvin visited the University of Glasgow as a private student the following year and took classes in British History, History, Constitutional History, and English. Apparently, she had been introduced to the University by one Raymond Bawford BA, a former student in the Department of Botany under Regius Professor John Walton. Sauvin was also involved in the National Union of Swiss Students.


University of Glasgow Story

Archival Materials

  • R6/84 Abandoned Files
  • R8/5/67/16 Matriculation Record 1946-1947, [Women] S-Z


Marianne Laure Sauvin
Born 7 June 1926.
GU Degree: Arts,
University Link: Student
Occupation categories: interpreters
English snippet: A Swiss student who matriculated in 1946.
Record last updated: 7th May 2014

Country Associations

Switzerland Switzerland, Vaud, Sainte-Croix
Place of Birth

University Connections

University Roles

  • Student