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Switzerland offers a good cultural boost for the international students looking for different options in study abroad. It helps the students to expand their cultural horizons as it is a home for four national languages — Swiss German, French, Italian and Romansch giving them equally rich in cultural diversity. This makes Switzerland the ideal choice as a study abroad destination. Switzerland is a home to a friendly and caring educational environment. It has a quality academic standard. The high quality of education is relatively accessible, and a larger chunk of the student population is international students. You will meet and associate with people from all over the world, giving you a very global outlook and politically neutral understanding of life.


Why Study in Switzerland?

With Switzerland, the international study experience you get is like no other. It has several cantonal universities apart from the top two Institutes of Technology known for their state of art facilities. Besides, the country has several colleges that are spread all across the nation for accommodating the increasing number of local and global students. As of now, more than 50,000 students are present all across the world, which comprises the total 20 percent of Switzerland’s total student population. The Swiss Management programs are world famous apart from the quality hospitality programs offering lucrative job offers. Quality living and affordable education cost, lots of scholarship from government and universities, 15 hours a week part time work options, picturesque surroundings and cool & calm environment make Switzerland an ideal destination for overseas education.


Switzerland at a Glance

Switzerland is known as the mountainous Central European country besides being the home to several picturesque villages, lakes, and of course the high peaks of the Alps. The cities here comprises of medieval quarters, having the landmarks including Zytglogge Clock Tower found in the capital Bern and the wooden chapel bridge in Lucerne. Switzerland is an ideal place for its ski resorts and hiking trails. The finance and banking sector has its dominance in this country apart from being famous for the Swiss watches and chocolates that remain world renowned. All these factors make Switzerland a perfect destination for higher studies.


Popular Universities & Popular Programs
Business Computer & IT Engineering
Logistic and Supply Chain Management

MBA

Hospitality & Tourism Management

Marketing Management

F & B Resturent

Luxury Marketing

Hotel & Design Management

Luxury Marketing

Culinary Pastry & Banking

Entrepreneurship

Event management

Resort & Spa Management

Hospitality Management

Robotics

Data Science and Business Analytics

Artificial Intelligence

Audio Sound & Recording Technology

Security & Network

Engineering Management

Electrical and Electronics Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

Industrial Engineering

Admission Intakes


  • Major intake – September / October
  • Other Intakes – Jan / Feb, May few Universities offer rolling intakes as well

Switzerland's Education Cost
The annual tuition fee (average) for the international students in Switzerland is in between £650 to £1,000, which will depend upon the kind of programs you choose or university/college you have selected. For instance, the University of Italian Switzerland the highest, which is £2,600 per annum.

Qualifying Exams & Coaching

IELTS / TOEFL


Universities we Represent Switzerland

1 GLION Institute of Higher Education, Montreux
2 EU Business School, Montreux and Geneva
3 Business & Hotel Management School (BHMS), Lucerne
4 Swiss Hotel Management School (SHMS)
5 Geneva Business School, Geneva
6 Cesar Ritz
7 International Hotel & Tourism Training Institute (IHTTI)
8 International University in Geneva
9 Hotel & Tourism Management Institute Switzerland (HTMi), Lucerne
10 Culinary Arts Academy (CAA)
11 Hotel Institute Montreux (HIM)