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Switzerland has over 50,000 international students at its universities. Keystone

Are you looking to enroll in a university in the US, UK or Switzerland? Tell what you’d like to know about studying in these three countries.  

This content was published on June 13, 2018 - 14:23

Choosing the right university is probably one of the most important decisions you will take. Perhaps an institution in another country is the perfect fit for you. After all, close to 4.7 million students left their nation to study abroad in 2015. Some were more mobile than others.

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The US and UK were the most popular destinations for international students in 2016. For a small country, Switzerland does quite well in attracting students from far and wide.

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Have you considered Switzerland as an option for your university studies? Our reporters will be more than happy to compare the Swiss university system against the big hitters in the US and UK. Ask us anything: tuition fees, student life, cost of living, scholarships, job opportunities, work permits or anything else that interests you. 

Send us your questions using the form below. We’ll select the most relevant to address in the form of tailor-made articles.

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For inspiration, have a look at our global university rankings and tution fees comparison:

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