Why Study in Switzerland?
- A small lad locked country in the heart of Europe Switzerland is a major player in international trade
- The Swiss enjoy one of the world’s highest levels of income per person.
- The rate of unemployed people in Switzerland is very low.
- The high quality of education is relatively accessible.
- High diversity of cultures and languages.
- Open access to students.
- Very low student fees.
- Highly international student cohorts and staff, as well as access to international networks and programs and tight links to academic research and industry, are the major strengths of the Swiss Higher Education System.
- Cost of Education: The cost of education in Switzerland is between CHF 7,000-10,000 for Undergraduate Courses and between CHF 14,000-30,000 for Post-Graduate Courses.
- Cost of Living:The cost of living is approximately CHF 16000-24000 per year, this covers all the living expenses; including accommodation, food, travel, books, clothes and entertainment.
There are 10 universities in Switzerland, a canton runs six of them, and two are run by the confederation. In general, the universities run by the canton provide non technical subjects, where as the universities run by the confederation provides technical subjects. The later are therefore called “Swiss federal institute of technology “.Switzerland is especially known for hotel management courses.