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2021-08-24 15:38:55

FAQ: How much does it cost to study at a university in Switzerland?

FAQ: How much does it cost to study at a university in Switzerland?

Switzerland is one of the most expensive countries in Europe for international students. Most Swiss universities are top educational institutions that are included in international rankings. The cost of academic programs in Switzerland is influenced by factors such as the nationality of the student (more precisely, whether his country is in the EU or not), the choice of course, the level of academic preparation and knowledge of the language.


3 financially available universities for foreign students in Switzerland

Universities of Geneva and Lausanne are called the most affordable in financial terms for foreign students. The cost of studying in these universities is from 500 CHF to 580 CHF per year for foreign students, students from EU countries and Swiss citizens. 3 financially available universities in Switzerland:

Tuition fees for undergraduate programs in Switzerland

Average cost of bachelor's programs for international students is 18,500 CHF, or 16,837 EUR per year. However, the price can vary from CHF 5,000 to 40,000 CHF depending on the university.

The cost of bachelor's programs at universities in Switzerland (per year):

Tuitiob fees for Master's degrees in Switzerland

The price range for master's programs is wide - from 3000CHF to 13 000 CHF in state universities, from 15 000 CHF in private ones. The price for MBA programs is from 15 000 CHF to 93 000 CHF per year:

What else do foreign students pay for?

The cost of the program does not include expenses such as accommodation, meals, registration fees and insurance:

  • Registration fee – from 50 CHF to 250 CHF
  • Educational materials – 100 CHF per month
  • Exam fees – from CHF 100 to CHF 800 per exam
  • Language testing – from 170 CHF to 250 CHF
  • Insurance – 300 CHF per month
  • Meals – 500 CHF
  • Accommodation – about 1300 CHF
  • Transport – 60 CHF (pass).
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Egor Eremeev
Current material has been prepared by Egor Eremeev
Education: Westminster University (Business & Management), London.
Egor studied and lived in the UK for 8 years and graduated from the university of Westminster. He is currently the co-founder and the director of business development at Smapse Education and personally visits foreign schools and universities, interviews students studying in those institutions.
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