Why Study in Switzerland?
Switzerland seems the type of country that excels at everything: from great psychologists like Jung and Piaget, to sportsmen and women, like Federer and Hingis, and even ground-breaking physicists like Einstein - the degrees and fields are top notch.
Also, Switzerland is located in the heart of Europe, and, considering all the jokes about how compact the countries are, there’s no wonder you could visit 3 countries in only one afternoon, experiencing the true international experience to the maximum.
What to study in Switzerland
Switzerland is famous for the neutral, yet special position it holds in the EU. Seeing as they produce the best bankers and the best lawyers, it comes as no surprise that the best and most sought-after degrees in Switzerland are in fields such as:
Study Finance in Switzerland
Study Business Administration in Switzerland
Study International Law in Switzerland
Study Mathematics in Switzerland
Study International Business in Switzerland
Major cities in Switzerland
Switzerland doesn’t have a de jure capital, meaning that no city is recognised as the capital. However, the de facto city recognised as the governmental seat is Bern.
And, because Switzerland won’t make things easier for us, the largest city in the country is Zurich.
There’s not just only one good location. You can take your pick from the list below:
Study in Zürich
Study in Bern
Study in Lausanne
Study in Genève
Study in Montreux
Study in Neuchâtel
Which universities to attend in Switzerland
Switzerland has some amazing universities, with its education system being ranked very high, and international students flocking to its programmes like it’s the promised land.
In case you don’t know where to start, you could always check out these universities we recommend wholeheartedly:
Sustainability Management School (SUMAS)
Adolphe Merkle Institute
Università Della Svizzera Italiana Lugano
University of St.Gallen (HSG)
UBIS - University of Business and International Studies Geneva
Swiss Business School (SBS)
Population 7.3 million (July 2003 EST.)
Official languages -German, French, Italian, and Romansh.
Major cities Zurich, Basle, Geneva, Berne and Lausanne
Zurich: Largest city, financial and industrial center
Telephone country prefix- 41
Switzerland Currency – Swiss Franc
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