Economical Aspect of Studying Abroad in Switzerland

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Switzerland is a landlocked country in central Europe and one of the most beautiful destinations in the world famous for its scenic beauties. With several breathtaking visuals, it is a traveler’s haven. Thousands of tourists come to Switzerland every year to experience this heaven on earth.

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Economical Aspect of Studying Abroad in Switzerland Switzerland is a landlocked country in central Europe and one of the most beautiful destinations in the world famous for its scenic beauties. With several breathtaking visuals it is a traveller’s haven. Thousands of tourists come to Switzerland every year to experience this heaven on earth. It is not just tourism Switzerland is a highly advanced country in the field of education and research. It is also one of the strongest economies of the European Union. In the higher education sector degrees from Switzerland are renowned and revered worldwide. Swiss Technical Ph.D. and MBA programmes are much appreciated across the globe. A wide range of courses is offered by Swiss universities in different languages French German English and Italian. Because of the presence of an extensive marketplace students prefer to start working in Switzerland after completing their studies. Before applying for a university in Switzerland you must check the living costs there to make sure that you are capable of studying there. Living costs in Switzerland Living costs all over Switzerland are expensive and managing your monthly expenses without making any compromise could be a tough challenge in Switzerland. Switzerland is one of the most expensive countries to live in. Until and unless you have a job that pays well or have a lot of money it would be difficult for you to survive here. The cost of living in Switzerland is very high. You should have at least 1000 to 1400 EUR a month to live in Switzerland. This amount includes the cost of housing food transportation utilities and a few leisure activities. 1. Cost of Accommodation The international average cost of accommodation is around 300 Euros a month while in Switzerland it may be up to 500 Euros per month. To reduce

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the accommodation costs in Switzerland many overseas students take the option of living in student halls of residence and student dormitories. The rest of them go for other options. The most typical accommodation choices among overseas students in Switzerland are:  Student halls of residence: Costs between 400 and 800 Euros a month  Shared apartment: Mean price ranges between 600 and 900 Euros a month for a one-bedroom apartment. It is the most popular choice among students.  Exclusive apartment: Students that are much well-off may also live alone in an apartment. The cost of such accommodation may be around 700 Euros a month. 2. Cost of food As the costs are high here most students prefer to buy their own food and grocery items from the supermarket and eat out occasionally. The food items bought from the mart will cost you about 200-300 Euros per month. Some restaurants are not too expensive and a meal could be taken from here in about 15-20 Euros. Some students also eat from the university dining hall where a meal could cost you 5-8 Euros. 3. Cost of transportation The most used transportation is between college and home. If you are living in student dorms or inside the university hostels you could save a lot on transportation. Most students use a bicycle for commuting while the rest use the public transportation. A monthly pass of transport can cost about 50 Euros. You can also buy multi-city travel passes and visit any city in Switzerland. 4. Other costs Apart from the major expenditures there are other costs if you want to study in Switzerland. These would be:  Utility costs  Health insurance or other medical costs  Books and stationary  Cost of visa application

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If you wish to study in Switzerland you can check Swiss student visa requirements based on your country of origin. The student visa fee for Switzerland is very less. This is a reason why Study in Switzerland for Indian Students is becoming possible. Applying for a student visa on your own could be quite tricky. If you don’t follow the correct procedure you may not get your visa. Taking the help of ISA Migrations can get you an experienced migration agent Perth who can help you in getting your visa.