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30 Medical Universities among the top 100 Medical Universities of World

About Switzerland

Ever thought about doing a semester, or even better, your whole studies abroad? Why not consider Switzerland as your destination? The country is not only known for good chocolate, delicious cheese and excellent watches but also for having some of the best universities in the world.

Switzerland’s education system is also known to be one of the best in the world. This is reflected by the many Nobel prizes the Swiss have earned over the past century, especially in the areas of physics, chemistry and physiology.

Why To Study In Switzerland

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Good quality education

Switzerland’s education system is one of the most advanced in the world and they even hold some of the exceptional colleges.

Extremely rigorous and demanding

The Swiss higher education system is known as extremely rigorous and demanding. After all, the Swiss invented some cool stuffs to make our daily life easier.

Guaranteed to get the best academic service

If you are planning to study your dream course in Switzerland and you managed to accepted by a university, you are guaranteed to get the best academic service you could ever ask for.


25% of the people living in Switzerland are foreigners

Recent statistics shows that 25% of the people living in Switzerland are foreigners. Despite the fact that the Switzerland is well known for strictly monitoring the number of work permits and immigrant population, the people who are studying, working, living here are coming from a wide variety of cultural backgrounds ranging from India to Mexican and from South African to Russian.


Take advantage of scholarship opportunities.

International students in Switzerland interested in scholarships can get them from the Swiss government, from Swiss Universities, or other organizations such as SEMS.


Swiss Culture

The Swiss culture puts a great focus on people’s well being and as well as the exploring natural beauties. Switzerland actively supports the development of the people living here through numerous social programmes and cultural activities. Additionally the Swiss government and several Swiss universities as well offers numerous scholarships.

What are the benefits

Benefits Of Studying In Switzerland


Eligibility Criteria

According to the Higher Education Council, only a select category of foreigners can be admitted. These include:

Frequently Asked Questions

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MBBS in Switzerland is known for its quality and affordability worldwide. Most of the Switzerland universities are recognised by institutions like MCI, WDOMS, and ECFMG for providing medical study

No, MBBS in Switzerland is not expensive at all, instead, studying MBBS in Switzerland is more affordable and feasible than any other private medical college in India.

Yes, the 6 years of MBBS Study in Switzerland includes an internship for about 1 year towards the end for equal emphasis on theoretical and practical training.

Yes, you can practice the profession in India once you clear FMGE/NEXT exam conducted by MCI after the completion of your MBBS study in Switzerland

When you plan to study MBBS in Switzerland, you can request a personal counselling session to get more information by getting in contact with us. We will guide you from there on and help you with the required paperwork, arrangements for your stay, and much more.

The primary requirements for applying to MBBS in Switzerland includes- 12th Marksheet/certificate, NEET Score Card, 2 passport size photograph and a strong will to become a doctor.

Admission Open 2021-22

Top Universities Of Switzerland

Bern University of Applied Sciences

IFM Business School

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University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland (FHNW)


Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL)

International University in Geneva

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University of Applied Sciences and Arts Western Switzerland

ETH Zürich

ETH Zurich

Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts

University of Basel

EU Business School

Swiss IM&H

University of Bern