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6 reasons why international students love to study in Switzerland

Earn while you Learn

International students can work 15 hours a week earning up to CHF 19.20 an hour! Students in Switzerland study for 6 months and work for the remaining six months of the year in various countries around the world!

Birthplace for Hospitality

Study at the world’s top country for hospitality courses and gain world class opportunities post study.

Enriching Cultural Experience

With 25% of people living in Switzerland being foreigners, experience a multicultural country and explore various languages!

Build Your Career

Gain career building opportunities with universities offering 6-month annual internships at top companies in and outside Switzerland.

World’s most Beautiful Countries

From hiking the Alps to trekking to incredible waterfalls, Switzerland is a country with endless experiences.

Practical Learning Opportunities

Learn on the job with work-study opportunities within the campus and apply what you learn in class to your work experiences.

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Have questions on studying in Switzerland?

Check out the list of questions students frequently ask

How much are living expenses in Switzerland?

Approximately from CHF 16,000 to CHF 26,000 a year.

What is the language of instruction in Swiss Universities?

Craydel represents English teaching universities in Switzerland.

Do I need a visa to study in Switzerland? If so, what type of visa do I need?

Non-EU residents are required to apply for a student visa to study in Switzerland. Within 14 days of arriving in Switzerland, you must register for a residence permit. Note that you must have a residence permit for your study period in Switzerland.

There are 3 types of residents permits:

- Permit L: For one year stay and can only be renewed once.

- Permit B: For one year stay with no renewal limit

- Permit C: For permanent residence

Can I work while studying in Switzerland?

Yes you can! International students can work 15 hours a week earning up to CHF 19.20 an hour! Students in Switzerland study for 6 months and work for the remaining six months of the year in various countries around the world!

Do you get a Post Study work visa in Switzerland?

Students are allowed to remain in the country for 6 months after completion of their program to look for a job.

The Switzerland Visa for a work permit is given to successful job applicants.

  • If you find an employer offering you a job, they will apply for your permit for a Swiss Work Visa.

  • A residency proof for the residency permit extension, where you will be staying in Switzerland once your studies are over. The extension can be done for only 6 months.

  • Work Permit will be valid as long as you are employed with a Swiss Employer.

  • If you want to become a Permanent Resident (PR in Switzerland), you must have lived in Switzerland for 10 Years.

What are the requirements for studying in Switzerland?

The usual documents you need for enrollment are:

  • Your passport with visa or residence permit.
  • Passport photos.
  • Completed Application form.
  • Relevant recognized academic transcripts and certificates
  • Personal Statement (Masters Programs)
  • CV (Masters Programs)

How much does it cost to study in Switzerland?

Approximately CHF 15,000 to CHF 20,000 per year for undergraduate programs and CHF 22,000 to CHF 32,200 for masters programs (Varies with course and institution).

Is Switzerland a safe country?

Switzerland is considered one of the worlds countries with the highest living standards. It is also ranked 10th most peaceful countries in the world (Global Peace Index, 2020).

Do I need health Insurance?

It is compulsory for you to have health insurance if you’re staying in the country for longer than 3 months. This will cover hospitalization and medical treatment costs. However, you still have to pay around 10% of the overall medical treatment cost annually.

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