Application fees, secondary school-leaving certificate, equivalency certificate, transcripts, international passport, and one biometric photo.
Application fees, secondary school-leaving certificate, equivalency certificate, transcripts, IB or EB, language proficiency certificates in English, Italian, French, or German, international passport, one biometric photo, a CV, and a motivation letter.
Fall, spring, and summer
Spring: Classes start in Feb/March/April
Fall: Classes start in September/October
Summer: Classes start in June or July.
Tuition fees vary based on the school and the study program; tuition at public universities ranges from 1000 CHF to 4,000 CHF, while tuition at private universities can range from 15,000 CHF to 30,000 CHF. The average cost of a bachelor's degree is about CHF 18,500. However, it's essential to note that there are universities that charge under CHF 5,000 for a full program and others that charge CHF 24,000.
Average Cost of Living
To be fair, Switzerland is not one of the most affordable countries to live in. However, the cost of living varies by city, with Zurich and Geneva being the most expensive, and Basel being the least. Depending on your region, expect a monthly cost of 1450–1,850 CHF or a yearly cost of 17,400–22,200 CHF.