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Business Management, Hotel & Hospitality Management and Sustainability Management are the top-recommended courses to study in Switzerland. Apart from these, various other UG and PG courses which are gaining more popularity among students are Quantitative & Systems Biology, International Law, Banking & Finance, Applied Mathematics and Interdisciplinary Sciences
The approximate cost of education and living vary from CHF 19,000 to CHF 25,000 per year depending on the program, university and location
Switzerland is best known for its banks, watches, chocolate, education, and high cost of living. What we didn’t know is that it’s generous when it comes to scholarships, too. International students in Switzerland interested in scholarships can get them by the Swiss government, from Swiss Universities, or by other organizations such as SEMS.
|September||Offered by all Universities, Institute of Technology and Private Colleges for Non EU Students|
Well-taught and quality programs for cheap
The most innovative country in the world – In 2018, Switzerland ranked first for the eighth consecutive year as the most innovative country in the world in The Global Innovation Index.
25% of the population is foreign
One of the countries with the highest quality of life
It’s a Nobel Prize machine – Swiss universities have produced 113 Nobel Laureates, and most of these Nobel Prize winners are scientists.
Low unemployment rates
Highest salary and job security
|Degree||Duration of Degree||Post Study Work Visa|
|Bachelor’s||3-4 years||6 months|
|Master’s||1-2 years||6 months|