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General Information

Capital: Bern
Languages: English, German, French, Italian, Romansh
Population : 7,782,900
Currency is Swiss franc (CHF).

Information about Switzerland

Switzerland is the federal republic in west central Europe, bounded on the north by France and Germany, on the east by Austria and Liechtenstein, on the south by Italy, and on the west by France. The country has an area of 41,288 sq km (15,941 sq miles). Its largest city is Zürich, and the capital is Bern.

Switzerland is one of the most mountainous countries of Europe, with more than 70 percent of its area covered by the Alps, in the central and southern sections, and the Jura, in the northwest.
Switzerland is notable for its great diversity. Switzerland’s three main geographical regions are the Jura, Plateau and the Alps. 

Studying in Switzerland

Switzerland is a hub for excellent education and science. It has outstanding universities with numerous programs, many world-class public research institutions, and a thriving private sector which encourages research and development and conducts its own cutting-edge research. Studying in Switzerland is relatively inexpensive since education – including higher education – is to a large extent publicly funded. Whereas undergraduate programs & master’s degree and Ph.D. programs are increasingly conducted in English. Employment opportunities are plentiful in the dynamic Swiss economy and through Switzerland’s access to the European market and the larger world market. The quality of life is among the best in the world.

Switzerland has twelve public universities offering a wide range of first-rate educational opportunities to national and international students.

Reasons to Study in Switzerland
  • No IELTS
  • 10+2 Pass Eligible
  • Schengen Visa
  • Low Tuition Fees
  • Very Low Funds to Show
  • 99.95 % Visa Success Rate
  • Visa within 6- 8 Weeks 
  • Study for 6 Months & get paid training for 6 Months 
  • Earn Minimum CHF 2300 during Training period 
  • No Interview 
  • High-quality education 
  • World-leading research environment 
  • Wide spectrum of study programs 
  • Study programs in English 
  • Ph.D. candidates are paid workforce 
  • Low student/faculty ratio and small working groups 
  • Excellent facilities
A great reason to Study in Switzerland, is the broad spectrum of educational opportunities offered here.
Apart from that, Switzerland is an excellent location for living, studying, and working. It is located in the heart of Europe and its cultural variety, beautiful landscape, and innovative environment offer first-class surroundings both for your well-being and career advancement. Certainly, chocolate and mountains will be part of your experience, but you will quickly discover the country’s international setting offers numerous premium opportunities for studying and researching.

Cost of Study 

Diploma : SFR 15000 - SFR 20000
Under Graduate Programmes :  SFR 15000 - SFR 20000
Post Graduate Programmes : SFR 15000-SFR 30000

Cost of Living

Accommodation : SFR 500 
Food : SFR 300

Yearly Expenditure shall be CHF 8,000 - and 10,000.


In Switzerland, the academic year is divided into two semesters: Fall semester: runs from September through December. Spring semester: runs from February through June.

Working in Switzerland

Foreign students may work in addition to pursuing their studies. However, the length of the studies may not be extended as a result of the gainful employment. In general, an upper limit of 15 hours per week is accepted. You can look for a job either via general job websites, newspaper ads, the student body at the university or the university itself. 

You can do an 18-month maximum work placement with a Swiss company by participating in a young worker exchange program based on international agreements. All countries involved have set mutual quota limits. The advantage of this system is that residence and work permits are issued regardless of the job market situation and the exchange is open to all professions. Over 50,000 foreign young professionals have found work placements in Switzerland since 1946.

Application Requirements 
  • A valid passport, if necessary with a visa
  • Educational Documents
  • Confirmation that you have been accepted by a Swiss university
  • A guarantee of sufficient financial means to support yourself during your studies (e.g. bank statement)
  • Statement concerning your address in Switzerland
  • The residence permit will only be issued if your financial means are guaranteed. 

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