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Why Switzerland

Compact class sizes, practical courses and diverse research opportunities, top-quality universities and facilities that generally exceed students’ needs. Affordable education system.

Six universities in Switzerland have received awards of international student satisfaction

Switzerland being the World champion in innovation has the world's finest research institutes, competitive economy.

The excellent Swiss MBA is worldly renowned and the Swiss managers are in hot demand globally.

The country is reputed for stabilityand multicultural understanding.

A Swiss Education Today is An International Career Tomorrow

It has4 official languages and high living standards offeringgenuine culture for hospitality

Easy access to road, rail networks and airports.

Fact File

OFFICIAL NAME:The Swiss Confederation


Capital:Bern (population: 131,791)

AREA:15,940 square miles (41,284 square kilometers)

OFFICIAL LANGUAGES:German, French, Italian, Romansch

MONEY:Swiss franc



International phone code :+41

Time Zone:GMT+1; the same as in Holland

Road network:In the mountains there are a lot of small roads with sharp curves but the quality of the roads is very good.

The best in Switzerland :The mountains of course; they are magnificient. The Rhône valley and its sidevalleysis really splendid.

President:Simonetta Sommaruga (2015)

Largest cities:Zurich, 1.194 million

National name:Schweiz/Suisse/Svizzera/Svizra

Languages:German (official) 64.9%, French (official) 22.6%, Italian (official) 8.3%, Serbo-Croatian 2.5%, Albanian 2.6%, Portuguese 3.4%, Spanish 2.2%, English 4.6%, Romansch (official) 0.5%, other 5.1% (2012 est.)

Ethnicity/race:German 65%, French 18%, Italian 10%, Romansch 1%, other 6%

Religions:Roman Catholic 38.2%, Protestant 26.9%, Muslim 4.9%, other Christian 5.7%, other 1.6%, none 21.4%, unspecified 1.3% (2012 est.)

Literacy rate:99% (2003 est.)

International disputes:none


Foreign Graduates
After you’ve completed your course you can obtain a residency permit allowing you to stay for a further six months to look for a full-time, permanent job. During this job search period, you can work for up to 15 hours a week. This permit cannot be extended after six months.

If you want to continue your studies as a postgraduate at a Swiss university, you can apply for a residence permit to stay but you must already have an offer of a place. It is the employer who submits the application on your behalf. The maximum residence period is two years.


At Undergraduate level:
Successful completion of Senior Secondary Certificate (10+2) with an Aggregate of at least 65% in best 4 subjects (excluding any local languages).

At Postgraduate level:
A good Bachelor Degree from a relevant background.1st class throughout.

2 - 3 years’ work experience will be preferable.

Some Universitiesgivetheir own admission tests for international applicants.



At Undergraduate level:IELTS: 5 BANDS (5 each)

At Postgraduate level:IELTS: 5.5 Bands (5 each)


At undergraduate level:

All the applicants must submit certified true copies of relevant documents along with the application form.If your application is successful university will send the provisional acceptance within a week.The deposit of 3000 CHF must be paid within 4 weeks.The confirmation will be sent as soon as university have received the deposit payment. This document is needed to apply for Visa. This procedure may take up to 8 weeks.

Documentary Requirements: Photographs, Passport photocopy, Statement of Purpose, Resume, Degree/ Provisional Certificate, Copies of IELTS / TOEFL, Two Letters of Recommendation, Letter from college, Mark sheets (10th to recent qualification) and Work Experience certificate.


Most Swiss universities own student accommodation, which they manage and rent out. As an international student, you'll usually receive a subsidized price for housing on campus. The advantage of living on campus is that you will live close to college facilities as well as other students. You should apply for student housing as soon as possible since places are limited.

Some international students prefer to rent a room in the house of a Swiss family, to truly experience the Swiss culture and integrate with the Swiss people.

Most higher education institutions in Switzerland will have a Housing Office or an International Office that can give you more information about your housing options.

  • For foreign students, the number of weekly work hours is limited to 15, but this is fairly flexible depending on the canton (in Geneva, for example, you can work up to 30 hours per week). Nevertheless, most people will advise you not to take on extra work, since the university workload is already quite heavy, depending on the faculty. It is easier to find employment in the large urban centres like Geneva and Zurich. Each university has a job placement office that provides information on student employment. Wages vary between SFR 20 and SFR 35 according to the job and your skills.
  • Post Study Work Options
  • UG – Study Period – 2 year and get 1 year Post Study Visa
    PG – Study period – 1 year and get 1 Year Post Study Visa.

  • Tuition Fee & Intakes
  • At most of the general universities, the annual tuition fee for international students is between £650 and £1,000, with some exceptions — the University of Italian Switzerland, for example, charges a much higher fee of about £2,600 per year

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