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Quick facts

  • Population - 8,401,120
  • Capital - Bern
  • Language - German, French, Italian, Romansh
  • GDP - $80,837 [per capita]
  • Currency - Swiss franc (CHF)

Why Switzerland?

Quality education is at the heart of Switzerland's long term strategy to ensure political and social stability, economic growth and wealth standards as well as innovation. While some countries engage in outright warfare to acquire resources and maintain their power base, Switzerland considers research and knowledge as its biggest tool to counter scarcity and accomplish true power. Naturally, Swiss institutions are at the forefront of carrying out the set agenda to foster innovation, research and business astuteness. Consequently, Swiss institutions are largely publicly funded with investment in education and research among the highest in the OECD countries. As a result, Switzerland is one of the countries with a very high number of registered patents and also an illustrious per capita rate of Noble Prizes won. A place symbolic of Switzerland's true power on our globe is CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research where scientists and engineers delve into the fundamental laws and structure of our universe. Due to these and more reasons, more and more students are opting to study abroad in Switzerland.

Higher Education Switzerland

The Swiss education system is a reflection of its federal system. Confederation, cantons and communes (municipalities) share responsibility for various parts of the system. This educational system can be divided into four levels. Higher education is part of the tertiary level of the education system.

  • The traditional universities, including cantonal universities and federal institutions of technologyHere, education is centered on basic research. These types of higher education institutions are regulated by the Federal Department of Home Affairs (FDHA).
  • The universities of applied sciences Here, education is based on applied research. They are regulated by the Federal Department of Finance (FDF).


Did you know that tuition fees at Swiss universities are relatively low compared to other European Countries? You can enrol at a Swiss University for as low as $1,500 a year. This makes Switzerland one of the top choices for international students looking to pursue studies in Europe. Moreover, there are available Swiss scholarships for international students that help towards tuition fees and living costs.


  • IELTS: Minimum 5.0
  • INTAKE January / February / April / May / July / August / October / November.

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