What are the Swiss universities in global Top 100?
Posted on January 7, 2020
Switzerland, located in central Europe, is a landlocked country known for its natural beauty as well as its high quality of life. While Bern is the administrative capital of Switzerland, Lausanne is its judicial centre.
Though small in size – the total area of Switzerland is approximately half of that of Scotland – and with a limited population, Switzerland is nonetheless a prominent centre for higher education.
As per the QS World Universities Rankings 2020, the global Top 100 universities include the following from Switzerland –
Rank in 2020
|ETH Zurich (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology)|| |
Promoting true Swiss values, ETH Zurich is known for encouraging open-mindedness, entrepreneurial spirit, individual responsibility in the students.
|Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL)|| |
EPFL, situated in Lausanne, is considered to be one of Europe’s most cosmopolitan and vibrant institutions for science and technology.
|University of Zurich (UZH)|| |
Founded in 1833, the UZH is Switzerland’s largest university. UZH, a member of the “League of European Research Universities (LERU)” is among the most prestigious research institutions in Europe.
Which are the best cities in Switzerland for study abroad?
The most sought-after cities in Switzerland for study abroad include –
|ZURICH, the largest city in Switzerland is renowned as one of the major financial centres of the world. Zurich also has the headquarters of many international companies.|
|GENEVA, second most populous city in Switzerland, Geneva is also the largest city in the French-speaking part of the country.|
|LAUSANNE, known as the home of the International Olympic Committee.|
|BASEL, the city has the University of Basel, founded in 1460, as the oldest university in Switzerland.|
|BERN, with many museums and art galleries, the city is known for its relaxed pace of life.|
A unique experience awaits you when you decide that you want to Study Abroad in Switzerland.
Higher education is indeed much more than just getting a college degree.
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