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Switzerland is a mountainous Central European country, home to numerous lakes, villages and the high peaks of the Alps. An education in Switzerland will take you far outside the walls of the library. With its diverse and picturesque landscapes, cultural variety (fusing German, French and Italian traditions), top raked cities for quality of life, innovative technological environment and high educational standards, studying abroad in Switzerland is an experience of a lifetime. With 226,000 students  registered for the 2019/2020  autumn semester, higher education is continuing to grow in Switzerland, and the same year saw increasing numbers of women and international students in Swiss higher education


Why Study in Switzerland

  • It is located in the heart of Europe and stands as an integral link for transportation and communication. There are daily flights from India to Switzerland.

  • Switzerland has an urban and modern lifestyle, with a high standard of living and high quality service in industries such as health, Hospitality, education, public transportation, etc.


University-level education in Switzerland follows the bachelor-master system. Like most other European countries they adhere to the Bologna process, meaning that many international students can easily transfer the qualifications they earn in Switzerland to their home institutions. 

Like in other countries, Switzerland offers its students the opportunity to earn a bachelor degree (180 ECTS credits or three years full-time study), or a masters degree (90 – 120 ECTS credits, or one to two years of full-time study). Completing a bachelor’s degree is a prerequisite for admittance to studies at master’s level. A master’s degree and good grades are the prerequisite for pursuing studies at the doctorate level.

  • 7 Universities of Applied Science

  • 2 Federal Institutes of Technology

  • 10 cantonal universities

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ETH Zurich is associated with 21 Nobel Prize recipients

Einstein developed his theory of special relativity in Switzerland

It has 4 national languages


International students can take up part-time work for up to 15 hours a week during the semester and they can work full-time during holidays. But there's a catch for non-EU/EFTA students: they can only begin working 6 months after the start of their studies. For non-EU/EFTA students, the hiring company/employer needs to apply for a work permit.


  • If you find an employer offering you a job, they will apply for your permit for Swiss Work Visa.

  • The duration of the Stay Back in Switzerland will be 6 months after graduation.

  • If you want to become a Permanent Resident (PR in Switzerland), you must have lived in Switzerland for 10 Years.

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