This is the perfect language stay for teenagers who enjoy cultural exchanges with young people from German & French-speaking Switzerland. With 20 x 45 minute lessons per week in small groups of 6 participants in average, you'll learn a language in a very entertaining way whilst making a lot of new friends from Switzerland and all over the world! You'll also have the chance to participate in the varied afternoon activity and excursion programme as well as our action-packed evening programme.
Business Type: Private
Age Range: 10-17
Number of Students: 700
Percentage of International students: 70%
International Airports: schwarzsee
Courses: Principle of Management, Business Communication
|Course Name||Duration||Minimum Age||Level||Fees||Intake||More Details|
|English and Science in Cambridge||2 weeks or 4 Weeks||10-17||2||CHF 2380 (2 weeks) OR CHF 4550 (4 weeks)||20.06 / 04.07 / 18.07 / 01.08.2021|
|MATHEMATICS CAMP for German Speakers||1-3 Weeks||10-17||2||CHF 900||11.07 / 18.07 / 25.07 / 01.08 / 08.08.2021 Autumn 03.10 / 10.10 / 17.10.2021 Winter 06.02 / 13.02 / 20.02.2022|
|DANCE, ART & VIDEO CAMP with English or French||1-2 Weeks||10-17||2||CHF 1250||18.07 / 25.07.2021|
|BILINGUAL CAMP French or German||1-4 Weeks||10-17||1||CHF 1250||18.07 / 25.07 / 01.08 / 08.08.2021|
|Visa Name||Documents Needed||Visa Application Fees|
Switzerland boasts many private and schools, even at the primary level. These schools often provide education from kindergarten through to high school, and are, therefore, a good option for expat parents who want a seamless education for their children.
There are three different types of private primary school in Switzerland, which include:
Country Name: Switzerland
Population: 8.6 M
Currency: Swiss Franc
Monthly Maintenance: 1500 Swiss Franc
Life in Country:
With Switzerland being located in the heart of continental Europe, no wonder people go bananas when they’re given a chance to study there. The country’s history in higher education goes all the way back from 1460, which explains the high quality of the Swiss educational system.
If you’re among the lucky ones who study here, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to explore and learn directly in line with your passions. Don’t get intimidated by the stereotypes according to which Swiss people are all work and no fun. You should see how they praise their holidays, warm weather, and cozy weekends. It will quickly change your mind!