Located between Germany, France and Italy, Switzerland is a great place to explore Europe from. It contains two of the highest rated universities in the world – École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne and ETH Zurich – which are constantly ranked within the top 30 of The Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings. For the 2016-17 rankings, Switzerland had a whopping seven universities in the THE top 150, a very impressive return for a country which has a population of 8.3 million, which is less than that of London. Students are consistently happy with the high-quality facilities throughout the country’s institutions, and are usually pleased with the level of teaching on their courses.
COST OF LIVING
Living costs all over Switzerland are expensive, and managing your monthly expenses without making any compromise could be a tough challenge in Switzerland.You should plan an average budget of around 1,000 and 1,400 EUR/month to pay for: housing, food, transportation, tuition, supplies and a few leisure activities. However, Geneve and Zurich are the most expensive cities that require a budget exceeding 1,500 EUR/month.
COST OF STUDYING
Tuition fees in Switzerland are some of the cheapest fees in the whole of Europe. A lot of the public universities charge around €1,000 per academic year. However, this number may differ between universities, so it is worth checking direct with the institution for a definite number.
To apply for a visa to study in this country, you need to provide a few legal documents such as the Registrar documents, Academic documents and Financial documents. However, the required documents may vary through cases.
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