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Welcome to Switzerland

The breathtaking landscapes, medieval architecture, friendly and well educated populous are only a few of the reasons why Switzerland is a top travel destination. Switzerland is ranked as one of the most economically stable and richest country in the world. Even with that status, thousands of international students find Switzerland an affordable country for study abroad. Geneva and Zurich are the two largest cities in Switzerland and are top choices for students and tourist.

Everything in Switzerland is geared to ensure the highest quality of life for its citizens and visitors. Healthcare and public transportation consistently rank among the top in the world. The locals have a great sense of global culture and most speak good English.

When to Go

The best time to study in Switzerland really depends on the reason you’re going (besides the studying!). Switzerland is packed with tourists during all seasons, and offers countless opportunities for excitement and exploration. Go on a skiing adventure in the Alps during the winter, or relax in the lakes during the warm summer. The climate is mostly continental and varies across seasons and altitudes so accommodate accordingly.


Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich: also known in short as ETH Zurich, is currently ranked 7th in the world in the domain of Engineering, Science and Technology. ETH Zurich was home to 31 Nobel laureates (including Albert Einstein). It consists of 17,000 students and nearly 10,000 academic staff members. The courses are taught in German.

University of Geneva: second largest university in Switzerland and among the best in the world, University of Geneva is home to over 14,000 students. The classes are taught primarily in French. The main goals of the university are teaching, research and community service.

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The apex of winter sports, mountain climbing and fresh Alpine air, Switzerland is a beloved study abroad destination for people all across the globe. Switzerland has four native languages: Swiss, German, French and Italian, making it arguably the most cosmopolitan country in Europe. The culture variety is like no other, it is often said – if you would like to experience half of Europe by studying in only one country, Switzerland is your destination of choice. 

Staying Healthy & Safe in Switzerland

Small cities like Basel best show of Switzerland’s charming and carefree atmosphere – they are cities with amazing architecture preserved in pristine condition for centuries; plazas with gigantic fountains and quiet public parks make these small parts of Switzerland have a fairy-tale like quality. The food in Switzerland is as diverse as its population; Swiss citizens love great food and fine wine.

Diversity Guide to Switzerland

  • Diversity

    German 65%, French 18%, Italian 10%, Romansch 1%, other 6%

  • Healthy & Safety

    Visit the Switzerland page for the updated information on health conditions in Switzerland

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