Switzerland study abroad programs offer students many options for personal and academic growth. Like many other countries, Switzerland exhibits a strong sense of regionalism that makes it hard to truly define a singular Swiss experience. Switzerland has been influenced in many ways by the German, Italian, and French cultures, but it retains aspects that are uniquely Swiss.

Switzerland is incredibly picturesque, and the country is home to a number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites that encompass sweeping natural landscapes and quaint, historic mountain towns. Switzerland is unique in many ways – the country is isolated, politically neutral, and retains a large amount of financial power. It is also a popular location for international conferences and conventions; most notably, the city of Geneva is home to the United Nations.

What words come to mind when you hear the name Switzerland: central, mountains, lakes, banking, chocolate, technology, yodeling, railroads, or neutral? Switzerland is known for a variety of disparate reasons, but what unites them is a country that embraces the strength that comes from diversity. The Swiss landscape awes visitors from the moment they get a glimpse of those first mountain peaks or stare into the depths of a Swiss lake. Switzerland can boast some of the finest technological research facilities and institutions in the world, but at the same time they maintain a quaint persona as the home of yodelers and the famous Heidi. And of course there is the continuing enigma of Switzerland’s position as a ‘neutral’ country despite their centrality in Europe. But perhaps Switzerland’s greatest achievement and the reason they deserve a place in the pantheon of world influencers, is their chocolate!

About Switzerland

Switzerland is densely populated, with an average of 183 people per square kilometer. However, there are major differences between the geographical regions. Switzerland has a population of about 7.4 million. Foreigners account for around 20% of the resident population.

Switzerland is most famous for green hillsides and snowy mountain peaks, but the country offers even more than this. Although Switzerland can indeed offer a unique variety of winter and summer sport activities, metropolitan city adventures and cultural should also be added to activities not to miss while is Switzerland.

With its central location, Switzerland is the perfect starting point if you want to discover the rest of Europe. With four official languages, you do not even have to leave Switzerland to get a taste of the different European cultures.

Switzerland is the house of headquarters of United Nation.


  • Capital – Berne
  • Language – German, French, Italian, Romansch
  • Official Currency- Swiss Franc (CHF), 1CHF=71.79 (13th September 2010, Source: www.oanda.com)
  • Climate -Temperate, but varies with altitude; cold, cloudy, rainy/snowy winters; cool to warm, cloudy, humid summers with occasional showers. 20% Foreigner live from total population 7.5 Million population, Located in the heart of Europe ZURICH is Switzerland largest city and economic powerhouse with world financial centers. 40% students in Switzerland are foreign students, No.1 in Hotel management study. Part of Schengen Ariea since 12th December, 2008.

Why Study in Switzerland by Nepalese Student?

what can Switzerland offer me?’ Well, there are many advantages to studying in Switzerland. The high quality of education is relatively accessible and a large percentage of the student population are foreign students. You will meet and associate with people from all over the world, giving you a very global outlook and politically neutral understanding of life. Switzerland is a small country in the centre of Europe and exploration of surrounding regions can easily be undertaken with the minimum amount of travel. Switzerland is an ideal location if you enjoy outdoor pursuits.

Studying in Switzerland means:

  • High-quality education
  • World-leading research environment
  • Low tuition fees (the universities are mainly publicly funded)
  • Wide spectrum of study programs
  • Many study programs in English
  • Guarantee Paid internship for Hospitality Management Course
  • Ph.D. candidates are paid workforce
  • Low student/faculty ratio and small working groups
  • Excellent facilities

Process for getting acceptance:

  • Fill Application form of college
  • Academic Document
  • Passport
  • IELTS/TOEFL (If any)
  • Photograph

Process for reserve the place:

  • 2500 CHF payment or draft to college (Depending upon the college)
  • 300 non-refundable if visa refusal (Depending upon the college)

Required Document for Visa

  • Passport (Two Photocopies with old passport if)
  • Citizenship Certificate (Two Photocopies)
  • Letter of Acceptance from SWISS college (Two Photocopies)
  • Receipt of Advance Payment (Two Photocopies)
  • Bank Statement and Sponsorship letter (Two Photocopies)
  • Personal Essay saying reason and vision
  • Bio-Data with education details
  • Academic Document (Two photocopies of each)
  • Complete visa application form (Three copies)
  • 3 new passport size photograph
  • Visa Processing fee
  • Postage Charge

We Represent Following College and University from Nepal


1. Business & Hotel Management School (B.H.M.S)

Baselstrasse 57
6003 Luzern Switzerland

2. Swiss College of Management (SCM)

Morgenstrasse 148
3018 Bern, Switzerland

3. ICMEM College

Schaffhausen Switzerland
Oberdorf 9
8222 Beringen

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