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Switzerland in the middle of Europe has no shore. But don’t be sad, Switzerland has something else: the highest and most majestic mountains of the continent. You will also never get enough of the thundering Rheinfall: the biggest waterfall in Europe, but there is also the very hip city of Zürich, and the famous jazz festival of Montreux in July. Switzerland is clean and organized. And what about studies?

All Swiss colleges share a drive for quality in educating and research, bringing about their predictable positioning among the best colleges on the planet. In fact, such a variety of Swiss colleges is positioned among the main 200 colleges worldwide that around half of all students in Switzerland can claim to go to one of those top organizations.

Maybe you would think Switzerland to be expensive, and you are right, it is not cheap, but the country prides itself on its high expectation of a freely subsidized training framework that is reasonable for both Swiss and non-Swiss students. 

Switzerland is reliably positioned as a standout amongst the most imaginative and focused economies on the planet; this is made conceivable because of the colleges' cutting-edge research and significant speculations by the general population and private parts.

In regard of Nobel Prizes per capita, since 1950, Switzerland scores at the highest point of the worldwide table. Swiss specialists keep on producing a high number of logical papers with extensive effect in their particular orders. This is upheld by great foundations, for example, the incredibly famous CERN in Geneva. What's more, the private division puts intensely in research, especially in the pharmaceutical, chemical, and engineering areas.

The Swiss use to travel a lot and experience an extensive variety of societies and, on the other hand, there is an incredible number of foreigners officially living in Switzerland who make regular daily life enjoyable. They are usually friendly and open. This social closeness is at its most in student residences, where resident and exchange students meet up and have cooking evenings, costume parties or even specially appointed occasions which associate everybody.

The Swiss culture puts an extraordinary concentrate on individuals' prosperity and in addition exploring the natural beauties. In winter many go skiing while in summer families and groups explore the endless mountain ways for climbing. 

Recent statistics show that around 25% of the general population living in Switzerland are foreigners and the rest local people. Be that as it may, there must be significantly more foreigners that have picked up their privilege of staying and working in Switzerland after quite a while.


Characteristics: Matterhorn, Heidi, yodelling, efficiency, chocolate, cows, banks, expensive watches, Swiss pocket knives, Sigg-waterbottles.

Greeting:Grüezi (Hallo)