Study in switzerland

Switzerland Statistics
Geography-Population
Capital: Bern Area: 41,277 km ² Climate: Dry Temperate, varying with altitude; winters are cold, cloudy, rainy and snowy, summers are cool-warm, cloudy, humid with occasional showers Total Population: 7,604,467 (est. from July 2009) Languages: German (official) 63.7%, French (official) 20.4%, Italian (official) 6.5%, Serbio-Croatian 1.5%, Alb

Study in Switzerland

Switzerland StatisticsGeography-PopulationCapital: Bern Area: 41,277 km ² Climate: Dry Temperate, varying with altitude; winters are cold, cloudy, rainy and snowy, summers are cool-warm, cloudy, humid with occasional showersTotal Population: 7,604,467 (est. from July 2009) Languages :

Government-EconomyType of Government: Federal Republic structure Independence: August 1, 1291 (founding of the Swiss Confederation)GDP: $309.9 billion (estimated from 2008) GDP – per capita (PPP): $40,900 (estimated from 2008)

Information for Foreign Students in Switzerland
Obtaining a VisaStudents from EU/EFTA countries must register with the Residents’ Registration Office of the local authorities of their municipality of residence within 14 days. The following documents are required: Personal application for residence permit, valid passport or identity card, proof of registration at the university, evidence of sufficient funds (bank certificate or certified document), proof of address at place of residence, passport-size photographs.

HousingAccommodation is generally easy to find while studying in Switzerland. There are some university student houses, but most students live in flat shares, which are advertised on university notice boards or student websites such as www.students.ch and www.studisurf.ch.

Cost of LivingThe cost of living in Switzerland echoes the country’s high standard of living. While expensive, residents enjoy excellent communications, transportation, quality accommodation, and superior cultural and tourism offerings.

Health RequirementsIn Switzerland, health insurance is mandatory for all residents. Students from foreign countries must purchase their own health insurance policy if they intend to live in Switzerland for more than three months.

Transportation
Switzerland is a world leader in railway commuting, with a railway network extending 3,007 km. Thus, Switzerland is an important part of the growing European high-speed transport network. High-speed connecting trains like the French TGV or the German ICE bring cities such as Paris, Lyon, Ulm, Stuttgart or Munich extremely close to Swiss residents. Switzerland is serviced by 3 international airports: Zurich, Geneva and Basel. It also relies on 11 regional airports.

Official Selection of the best Business Schools in Switzerland

5 Palmes Of Excellence - UNIVERSAL business school with strong global influence

Rank by Palmes league Dean’s recommendation rate 2016

IMD Business School

1 454‰

Universität St. Gallen - School of Management

2 419‰

Université de Lausanne - HEC Lausanne

3 319‰

4 Palmes Of Excellence - TOP business school with significant international influence

Rank by Palmes league Dean’s recommendation rate 2016

Geneva School of Economics and Management (GSEM)

1 188‰

3 Palmes Of Excellence - EXCELLENT business school with reinforcing international influence

Rank by Palmes league Dean’s recommendation rate 2016

University of Zurich – Faculty of Economics, Business Administration and Informatics

1 170‰

ETH Zurich - Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Department of Management and Social Sciences

2 153‰

Lorange Institute of Business Zurich

3 105‰

International University in Geneva (IUG)

4 57‰

2 Palmes Of Excellence - GOOD business school with strong regional influence

Rank by Palmes league Dean’s recommendation rate 2016

Iimt - International Institute Of Management In Technology University Of Fribourg

1 31‰

Geneva Business School

2 -

Best Master’s programs in Switzerland

Learn the ranking results of the best masters in Switzerland here:

http://www.best-masters.com/ranking-master-in-switzerland.html