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Partner Universities & Colleges in Switzerland

Switzerland is Europe's most well-organized and politically and economically stable country. Its name has become synonymous with superior living conditions and unwavering and unequivocal legal supremacy.

Most institutions offer Master's and Ph.D. programs in Engineering, Business Management, Hotel Management, Films & Media, Arts & Design, Science & Technology, Computer & IT, and Animation.

Banking, watchmaking, and chocolate-making are all centuries-old traditions in Switzerland. Swiss universities, on the other hand, are among Europe's oldest and most prominent higher education institutions. Switzerland has three official languages: German, French, and Italian. Almost all universities in the nation, however, offer English-language undergraduate and graduate degrees.

How much does it cost to study in Switzerland?
Medical degrees, executive Master's degrees, and MBA programs are far more expensive. Prices for a Bachelor's program at government-funded public colleges can range from 5,000 CHF to 24,000 CHF each semester. Private university expenses, on the other hand, are significantly expensive and can easily exceed CHF 9500 or more every semester.

The cost of living varies per city, with Zurich and Geneva being the most costly and Basel being the most cheap. In these cities, the monthly budget ranges from £1,000 to £1,500.

What are the criteria for enrolling in a Swiss university?
You are normally eligible for higher education courses in Switzerland if you have successfully passed GCE ALs and have a valid school leaving certificate. You may also be required to complete extra qualifying courses in some situations.

If you want to apply for a master's program at a Swiss institution, you must have a suitable bachelor's or equivalent degree diploma. You must have a suitable diploma or master's degree in order to apply for doctorate study at a Swiss institution.

Is the IELTS exam necessary in Switzerland?
Without IELTS, you can study in Switzerland. Some universities in Switzerland provide exemptions from the IELTS test. Almost many Swiss institutions waive the IELTS/English Test for certain Bachelor's and Master's degree programs if applicants meet the academic requirements.

When are the university intakes?

Application deadlines at Swiss universities vary based on the institution.

How many hours may an international student work in Switzerland while studying?
During the semester, international students can work up to 15 hours per week part-time and full-time during the vacations.

How long does a post-study work permit last in Switzerland?
After completing their studies in Switzerland, students are permitted to stay in the country for six months to hunt for work. Successful job seekers are granted a work visa in Switzerland.