Eligibility criteria for Switzerland
Switzerland is one of the emerging and fast-growing study destinations for international students. In general, the eligibility criteria vary from course to course and university to university. Overall, for studying undergraduate and postgraduate degree programs in Switzerland, the below mentioned documents are required.
- For studying bachelors and masters in Switzerland, students must have 60%-70% in their 10th and 12th standard and especially for applying to PG courses the student must secure 65%-70% in their bachelors.
- Academic Records: The students must submit school leaving certificate along with marksheet for 10th and 12th, academic Transcripts and bachelor’s degree Certificates (for admissions into PG programs)
- A valid score in an internet-based English Language Test - TOEFL or IELTS scores.
- Letter of Recommendation: In general, two professional letters of recommendation (LOR) from a supervisor/employer is required who can assess and certify your professional competencies as well as the skill set required for the intended program.
- Work Experience Details: For management programs like MBA, work experience plays a major role and thereby at least 2-3 years of work experience is desirable from an international student.
- Statement of Purpose (SOP): The student should submit a well-structured SOP depicting the motivation of pursuing the course of interest.
- CV or academic resume
- Portfolio (in case of students applying for art and design courses or architecture courses)
- Proof of funds to support the tuition fees and living expenses in Switzerland
- A valid Health insurance
- A copy of valid passport
- Application Fee.
Once the student has chosen a program of their choice, they must explore the institution’s website to make sure that they fulfil the academic requirements for admission.
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