Study in Switzerland
Study In Switzerland | Some Important Guidelines for Student Visa
The students who want to study in Switzerland will surely receive a top class education and get a chance to be engaged in groundbreaking research work. Switzerland is one of the 20 wealthiest countries in the world. Which is famous because of having a significant number of highly ranked universities. Also, it is one of the safest country in Europe. The procedure of Switzerland student visa is very simple. But before applying for your student visa you have to know about some important guidelines that are given below.
Choose your university, get your acceptance letter, and residence permit:
If you’re still not sure about your college or University in Switzerland, then you have to decide it before starting your student visa application process. Choose your right university or college depending on the discipline you want to study. After that, apply for your chosen college or university and get an acceptance letter, which is required for your visa application. Also a residence permit is required for the students who are going to stay in Switzerland longer than three months. So, get your residence permit from the cantonal migration offices in between 14 days after your arrival.
When and where to apply?
After getting the acceptance letter, you need to schedule an appointment for a visa interview, at the Swiss embassy or consulate in your area. All the required documents should be in French, German or English language. If any document is in another language than you need a certified translation of that document in the required language.
There is not any specific language proficiency is required for a Switzerland student visa. Most of the time the embassy will take a short interview or even an oral and written test at the consulate to test the proficiency of the student in the required language.
- All Academics (10th onwards)
- IELTS TRF ( if you have)
- Motivation letter
- Bank statement( total funds required is 28-30 lac)-
- 3 Affidavits on Rs. 20 stamp paper
- Experience Letter with Salary proof (If working)
These above guidelines for all the students who want to study abroad or going to study in Switzerland.