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Study in Switzerland

Key points

  1. Switzerland claims to offer world-class educational systems in the world.
  2. Switzerland is also a diverse nation, with national languages such as German, French, Italian, and Romansh among its repertoire of languages.
  3. With nearly 3,000 degree programs 700 of which are in English, you won’t have to be concerned about any potential limits in your studies.
  4. The country is a leading center for scientific research, in which students are encouraged to participate from their very first years of university education.
  5. Around one-third of undergraduate students and approximately half of the postgraduate students at Swiss universities are currently international students.

Intake Period

  • September to February
  • February to June

Services

  1. IELTS / PTE / TOEFL (guidance and reference to best institutions offering IELTS
  2. with 100% success rate)
  3. Acceptance letter in a short period of time.
  4. Pre-Medical (Includes Tuberculosis test)
  5. Visa Lodgment (preparation for visa interview)
  6. Pre-Departure Session
Culture Living in Switzerland

Switzerland today may be proud of its highly conserved and alive traditions, as well as its distinctive local customs. The Swiss Alps have played a significant part in the development of Switzerland's history and cultural variety, and they continue to do so.
Switzerland's culture is also well-known for its arts and crafts, particularly in the field of watchmaking. During the past few decades, the Swiss watch industry has established a reputable name for itself.

Expats in Switzerland reported that they were largely friends with fellow expats, according to a survey. Switzerland has a big number of foreign residents, which means there is a great opportunity to develop international friendships while there. There are gatherings, clubs, and activities for international residents all around Switzerland, with most of them taking place in cities.
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