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Study in Switzerland

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DISTANCE • Distance between India to Switzerland: 6913.64 km = 4295.94 mile.
LANGUAGE SPOKEN FOUR OFFICIAL LANGUAGE ENGLISH is widely spokenENGLISH is widely spoken GERMAN FRENCH ITALIAN ROMANSH
11. WHY STUDY IN SWITZERLAND • OPPORTUNITY TO LEARN DIFFERENT LANGUAGE- French, German, Italian and Romansh, Switzerland offers multilingualism like no other. Learn Language Completely free of cost • MEDIUM OF INSTRUCTION IS ENGLISH Schools and universities -- particularly business programs -- offer complete courses of study in English. • WORLD’S TOP RANKED ACADEMIC INSTITUTION Zurich’s Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH Zürich) holds the 7th place spot in Engineering, Science and Technology and has hosted a whopping 31 Nobel Laureates École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, The University of Geneva and The
WHY STUDY IN SWITZERLAND • THE EXCELLENT SWISS MBA IS WORLDLY RENOWED particularly in the fields of hospitality, banking, pharmaceuticals and chemicals. • WORLD – LEADING RESEARCH ENVIRONMENT The country is committed to investing in both education and research; for this reason, many multinational corporations are headquartered here. In fact, 15 Fortune 500 companies call Switzerland home • PAID INTERNISHPS- Paid Internship for Hands on experience -During Internships, students can earn around 2168 chf per month
DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR UNDER GRAD AND GRAD.
ADDITIONAL DOCUMENTS FOR STUDENTS WHO APPLY TO A DOCTORAL PROGRAMME • A letter from an instructor of the faculty who is approved to direct doctoral dissertations, and who agrees to overlook your research. • If you are in your final year at secondary school and have not yet received your diploma, you may apply based on your grades over the year, but you have to send copies of your final exam results as soon as you have them. • All certificates and transcripts that are not in English, French, German or Italian must be translated into English or French by a certified translator. Along with the translation, some universities will demand an official document from the school or university that you attended, with an explanation of the grading and assessment system.

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Study in Switzerland

  1. 1. SWITZERLAND PRESENTED BY- PRAGATI JOSHI
  2. 2. SWITZERLAND
  3. 3. SWITZERLAND
  4. 4. DISTANCE • Distance between India to Switzerland: 6913.64  km =  4295.94 mile
  5. 5. LANGUAGE SPOKEN FOUR OFFICIAL LANGUAGE ENGLISH is widely spokenENGLISH is widely spoken GERMAN FRENCH ITALIAN ROMANSH
  6. 6. CURRENCY Currency- Swiss Franc (CHF) (1CHF = 70 INR)
  7. 7. POPULATION 8.24 Million Including approximately 24% resident foreigners.
  8. 8. FAMOUS FOR
  9. 9. SEASON SUMMER AND WINTER – Temperature in summer ranges from 20 - 25 degrees centigrade. – Temperature in Winters is around -5 to -10 degrees centigrade
  10. 10. TIME DIFFERENCE India is 3 hours and 30 minutes ahead of Switzerland
  11. 11. WHY STUDY IN SWITZERLAND • OPPORTUNITY TO LEARN DIFFERENT LANGUAGE- French, German, Italian and Romansh, Switzerland offers multilingualism like no other. Learn Language Completely free of cost • MEDIUM OF INSTRUCTION IS ENGLISH Schools and universities -- particularly business programs -- offer complete courses of study in English. • WORLD’S TOP RANKED ACADEMIC INSTITUTION Zurich’s Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH Zürich) holds the 7th place spot in Engineering, Science and Technology and has hosted a whopping 31 Nobel Laureates École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, The University of Geneva and The University of Zurich
  12. 12. WHY STUDY IN SWITZERLAND • THE EXCELLENT SWISS MBA IS WORLDLY RENOWED particularly in the fields of hospitality, banking, pharmaceuticals and chemicals. • WORLD – LEADING RESEARCH ENVIRONMENT The country is committed to investing in both education and research; for this reason, many multinational corporations are headquartered here. In fact, 15 Fortune 500 companies call Switzerland home • PAID INTERNISHPS- Paid Internship for Hands on experience -During Internships, students can earn around 2168 chf per month
  13. 13. WHY STUDY IN SWITZERLAND • EUROPE IS ALL AROUND YOU Switzerland has Paris, London, Amsterdam, Rome and Madrid at its doorstep Italy, France, Austria, Germany, etc all are near • FAMOUS FOR SKI RESORTS AND HIKING TRAILS Switzerland’s geography is postcard perfect. The iconic Swiss Alps, cow- dotted pastures and serene blue lakes offer a breathtaking scenic backdrop for academic life. If you love to ski and snowboard, there’s no place better than Switzerland Between the cheese, chocolate and famed Swiss delicacy, “Rösti,” life in Switzerland is a true epicurean adventure
  14. 14. POPULAR UNIVERSITIES As per ARWU (Academic Ranking of World Universities), QS (Quacquarelli Symonds) and THE (Times Higher Education University Location ARWU (Academic Ranking of World Universities) World Ranking 2015 QS (Quacquarelli Symonds) World Rankings 2015 THE (Times Higher Education) World Ranking 2015 ETH Zurich - Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich 20 9 9 EPFL (Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne) Lausanne 101-150 14 31 University of Zurich Zurich 54 85 104 University of Geneva Geneva 58 89 131 University of Basel Basel 87 139 101 University of Lausanne Lausanne 201-300 143 144 University of Bern Bern 151-200 166 120 University of Fribourg Fribourg - - 201-250 University of St.Gallen (HSG) St.Gallen - 329 351-400 University of Neuchâtel Neuchâtell - - 401-500
  15. 15. POPULAR COURCES
  16. 16. STEPS OF APPLICATION PROCESS PAY THE FEES ACCEPTANCE OR CONFIRMATION VISA PROCESS COUSRE AND COLLEGE SELECTION APPLICATIO N OFFER LETTER Duration- Offer Letter- 1 week Confirmation or Acceptance- up to 4-8 weeks
  17. 17. DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR UNDER GRAD AND GRAD
  18. 18. ADDITIONAL DOCUMENTS FOR STUDENTS WHO APPLY TO A DOCTORAL PROGRAMME • A letter from an instructor of the faculty who is approved to direct doctoral dissertations, and who agrees to overlook your research. • If you are in your final year at secondary school and have not yet received your diploma, you may apply based on your grades over the year, but you have to send copies of your final exam results as soon as you have them. • All certificates and transcripts that are not in English, French, German or Italian must be translated into English or French by a certified translator. Along with the translation, some universities will demand an official document from the school or university that you attended, with an explanation of the grading and assessment system.
  19. 19. ENGLISH REQUIREMENT The universities require good knowledge of the language of instruction. IELTS/TOEFL 6 bands for under garduation programme. 6.5 bands for graduation programme.
  20. 20. INTAKES & APPLICATION DEADLINES
  21. 21. TUTION FEE
  22. 22. COST OF LIVING • Apartment rent, 1 bedroom: £755 - £946 per month • Meal, inexpensive restaurant: £13.47 • Meal at McDonalds: £8.76 • Domestic beer (0.5 litre draught): £4.04 • Imported beer (0.33 litre bottle): £3.54 • Cappuccino: £2.91 • Coke/Pepsi (0.33 litre bottle): £2.66 • Water (0.33 litre bottle): £2.24 • Loaf of bread: £1.68 • Cigarettes: £5.39 • One-way ticket local transport: £2.02 • Cinema ticket: £12.12 The Approx cost in Switzerland is 1500 – 2400 (US$) per month including food, drink, leisure, transport, telephone, accommodation and books etc The Approx cost in Switzerland is 1500 – 2400 (US$) per month including food, drink, leisure, transport, telephone, accommodation and books etc
  23. 23. VISA PROCESS  All international student intending to study in Switzerland require a residence permit, which you can obtain from the local migration office, within 14 days after your arrival to Switzerland STUDY VISA TYPE C VISA (Upto 3 Months) D VISA (Longer than 3 Months)
  24. 24. VISA PROCESS- DOCUMENTS REQUIREDThree forms of “Application for long stay visa (visa D)” filled and signed Two passport photos Twocopies of valid passport or travel document. Letter of acceptance issued by a Swiss university Two copies of confirmation of payment of school tuition fees.  A statement containing exact details of income and assets, with official proof and/or bank statements (2 copies each) Letter of institution in case all expenses for the study will be covered by scholarship or loan Two copies of previous diplomas and school certificates Two copies of a written confirmation that the applicant will leave Switzerland after he/she completes the chosen course study Two copies of a resume (biographical data, schools attended, etc.) Two copies of a brief essay on the applicant's future plans Visa fee [167] & additional postage fee. Return Air Ticket depending on the duration of the course The procedure takes at least 8-10 weeks
  25. 25. BRING YOUR FAMILY • According to Swiss regulations, you cannot bring your family to Switzerland based on your study visa, except if you hold a confederation grant, if you are a doctoral student or if you are a postdoctoral researcher.
  26. 26. HEALTH INSURANCE • Health insurance is compulsory for all students intending to stay in Switzerland for more than three months • International students can either pay for a health insurance policy from their home country before they come to Switzerland or can purchase one as soon as possible after their arrival.
  27. 27. WORK PERMIT  International Students face tighter restrictions with only a highly qualified few eligible for work permits while others are subject to a 6 month waiting period.  Students are permitted to work for up to 15 hours per week  After completing a degree, students are allowed to remain in the country for 6 months while on the job hunt; a work visa is granted to successful job applicants.
  28. 28. COLLEGES UNDER STUDY METRO’S TREE • Business and Hotel Management School • Location : Luzern • Courses: Diploma, Bachelor and Master • Intakes : Every alternate month • Interships: 4 to 6 months
  29. 29. HOTEL AND TOURISM MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE [HTMI] • Location : Luzern • Courses: Diploma, Bachelor and Master • Intakes : Every 5 months • Interships: 4 to 6 months

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