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Study in Switzerland

About Switzerland: Located in the heart of Europe, Switzerland has not only a rich heritage of historical architecture. The country is situated in Western Europe where it is bordered by Germany to the north, France to the west, Italy to the south, and Austria and Liechtenstein to the east. Berne is the capital of Switzerland.

Climate: Autumn is frequently the driest season, yet the weather patterns in Switzerland can be highly variable from year to year, and difficult to predict. The eastern part tends to be colder than western Switzerland.

Why Study in Switzerland:

-High-quality education
-World-leading research environment
-Low tuition fees (the universities are mainly publicly funded)
-Wide spectrum of study programs
-Many study programs in English
-Ph.D. candidates are paid workforce 
-Low student/faculty ratio and small working groups 
-Excellent facilities

It speaks of the least unemployment in the developed world and is the least corrupt country in the world with almost negligible terrorist issues. It has a safe and politically stable environment. Apart, from this students are given a Visa to search for job after completion of their course and also have a good opportunity to migrate.

How to Apply: For admission to any Switzerland College we will have to do the evaluation initially for admission and all the educational documents along with transcript. Moreover passport copy and work experience letter if available and IELTS or TOEFL score is required as per the course. Minimum student age is 18; with a fine knowledge of the language of instruction (German, French or Italian) is an obligation for admission to any Swiss university. In the interim, universities are offering more study courses in English, in particular, Master level studies.

Visa: Document Required for Visa: Photographs, Passport photocopy, Statement of purpose, Resume, Degree/ provisional certificate, Copies of IELTS / TOEFL, Two letter of Recommendation, Letter from college, Mark sheets (Xth to recent qualification), Work experience certificate.

Living: The cost of living is approximately CHF 16000-24000 per year which covers all the living expenses; including accommodation, foodstuff, travel, books, attire and entertainment.

Cost of Education: The cost of education in Switzerland is between CHF 2000-8000 for Undergraduate Courses and between CHF 2500-7000 for Post-Graduate Courses.

Working hours: Many students – Swiss and foreign alike – work at the side of their studies to earn pocket money and gain proficient experience. For foreign students, the number of working hours in a week is limited to 15, but this is fairly flexible depending on the province (in Geneva, for example, you can work up to 30 hours per week).

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