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While some countries engage in outright warfare to acquire resources and maintain their power base, Switzerland considers research and knowledge as its biggest tool to accomplish true power. With its high quality of research and teaching, Switzerland is one of the most represented countries in the international university rankings. And who would not want to study in a place with a first-class higher education system and cheap tuition fees at the same time? Universities in Switzerland provide students with both knowledge and proficiency and offer the perfect balance between theory and practice. The guidance received from well-trained professors and the wide range of modern facilities at students’ disposal also considerably contribute to the high-performance of the study environment. In Switzerland, each higher education institution is responsible for the evaluation of the candidates and decides whether the minimum eligibility to apply for a first-cycle degree is covered. Once applicants have completed upper secondary studies, they are then in possession of a valid school leaving certificate and do qualify for higher education studies in Switzerland. In some cases, applicants are also required to take additional qualifying courses. The country offers a wide spectrum of degree fields to choose from, including Business, Engineering, Computer Sciences, Banking and Finance, Economics, as well as Physical Sciences. Most of the study courses are offered in the three official languages (German, French, and Italian), however, there are still many degree courses taught in English, too, for international students.

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