There are lots of benefits associated with studying in Switzerland, and I’m going to talk about these benefits including tuition and study requirements.
The high quality of education in the country is relatively accessible and a good number of students’ population is foreign students. About 18% of students studying in Swiss universities come from abroad – the highest percentage being Europe.
The more reason Switzerland is popular with foreign students is
because of it’s high quality education, wide array of study programmes in English, low tuition fee, etc.
Apart from this, Switzerland is an excellent location for living, studying and working. It’s located in the outskirts of Europe and its cultural variety, beautiful landscape and innovative environment offer first class surrounding for the well-being and career advancement of students.
REQUIREMENTS FOR MASTERS PROGRAMME
· A bachelor degree
· GRE/GMAT, some schools will accept your application without this test
· TOEFL/IELTS, some schools can accept you without this test
· Working experience – students that have worked for several years are usually given preference in business schools
· 10+2 years of education is required
ENTRY DATE AND ADMISSION DEADLINES
Entry dates vary with schools but it’s advisable you apply between January, February and October
Tuition fees for foreign students is about 1500 CHF ($1350) per academic year.
Switzerland students’ visa fee is currently RS. 3900
NOTE: You will be accepted to provide a proof that you can pay for your tuition and living expenses before a visa will be issued to you.