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Switzerland is a hub for excellent education and science. It has outstanding universities with numerous programs, many world-class public research institutions, and a thriving private sector which encourages research and development and conducts its own cutting-edge research. Studying in Switzerland is relatively inexpensive since education – including higher education – is to a large extent publicly funded.
  • Master’s degree programs are conducted in English.
  • Employment opportunities are plentiful in the dynamic Swiss economy and through Switzerland’s access to the European market and the larger world market.
  • English is widely spoken and increasingly used as the primary language of business and research, so English-language speakers find it easy to settle in Switzerland.
  • The country's population is diverse with over 20% foreigners; Swiss universities also have an international environment with 23% of students and about 50% of researchers and professors from abroad.
  • Switzerland's transport system is one of the best, and most efficient, in the world.
  • Accommodation is generally easy to find while studying in Switzerland. There are some university student houses, but most students live in flat shares, which are advertised on university notice boards or student websites.
  • The quality of life is among the best in the world.
  • Excellent infrastructure, safety, and political and economic stability are all good extra reasons why Switzerland is a great place to study and conduct research.
  • Scientists in Switzerland produce research of the highest quality worldwide, i.e. with the largest number of citations per publication. So, research-based master’s and Ph.D. degrees from a Swiss university offer a good starting point for an academic career.
  • Switzerland is home to several outstanding special institutes in the areas of international affairs, public administration, finance, and hotel management.
  • Switzerland is home to many important organizations, such as the Red Cross, the World Economic Forum and the International Olympic Committee.
  • In total, 113 Nobel Prize winners stand in relation to Switzerland and the Nobel Peace Prize was awarded 9 times to organisations residing in Switzerland.
  • Many Nobel prizes were awarded to Swiss scientists, for example to the world-famous physicist Albert Einstein in the field of physics who developed his theory of relativity while working in Bern.
  • Switzerland has a stable and modern economy. It has the highest European rating in the Index of Economic Freedom 2010. The nominal per capita GDP is higher than those of the larger Western and Central European economies and Japan.
  • Switzerland ranks 11th in the world in terms of GDP per capita, according to the CIA World Fact book.
  • Switzerland is home to several large multinational corporations. The largest Swiss companies by revenue are Glencore, Nestlé, Novartis, Hoffmann-La Roche, ABB and Adecco. Also notable are UBS AG, Zurich Financial Services, Credit Suisse, Swiss Re, and The Swatch Group. Switzerland is ranked as having one of the most powerful economies in the world.
  • Chemicals, health and pharmaceutical, measuring instruments, musical instruments, real estate, banking and insurance, tourism, and international organisations are important industries in Switzerland.
  • Switzerland has a more flexible job market than neighbouring countries and the unemployment rate is very low.
  • Switzerland has an overwhelmingly private sector economy and low tax rates by the Western World standards; overall taxation is one of the smallest of developed countries. Switzerland is an easy place to do business.
  • Switzerland is one of the world’s most famous tourist destinations and recognized for having a prosperous tourism industry. Between visiting all of the great natural sites and many shops, it is simply impossible to see all that Switzerland has to offer. Tourists flock to the many destinations, like Zurich, Bern, Geneva, and Lake Constance. The extensive mountains, rolling green hills, and gorgeous lakes and rivers attract nature lovers, and tourists alike. Tourism is one of the major prosperous aspects of Switzerland’s economy.