Visa Aid Consultancy is a representative of some University of Switzerland.However we provide all category visa consultancy for Switzerland Visa.The following information you need to know to get Switzerland Student Visa.
Find out what type of visa you need to study in Switzerland
C visa – for short courses (summer schools, language schools) that last only for up to three months
D visa –for courses that last longer than three months
If you apply for a type D visa and plan to stay in Switzerland longer than three months, you will have to arrange to get your residence permit from the cantonal migration offices within 14 days after your arrival.
3. When and where to apply for the Swiss visa?
As soon as you get the acceptance letter from the Swiss school/university, you should schedule an appointment at the Swiss embassy or consulate in your area.
Schedule the appointment for a visa interview as early as 6 months prior to studying in Switzerland but no later than ten weeks before your departure.
Unless the application form and all required documents are in French, German or English, you will need a certified translation of all documents in one of these languages.
Short stay visas: within 10-15 days
Long stay visas: eight to ten weeks
4. Language requirements for my study in Switzerland
There are no specific language requirements for a study visa for Switzerland. On the other hand, universities will require a proof of language proficiency when you apply and that proof is usually sufficient for Swiss embassy visa officers.
In some cases, the embassy will want to evaluate your language knowledge based on a short interview at the consulate or even an oral and written test.
The Swiss representation will send the entry application, including documentation and assessment of language proficiency to the relevant cantonal migration authorities for their approval.
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5. Documents required for the student visa in Switzerland
Three forms of “Application for long stay visa (visa D)” filled and signed
Four passport-size photographs
Passport (valid three months beyond the planned stay)
Letter of acceptance issued by a Swiss university
Proof of payment of the registration and tuition fees –original and copy
Proof of sufficient financial means for coverage of living costs in Switzerland for the duration of schooling (provide evidence of having 21,000 CHF or 19,200 EUR at the beginning of each year of your studies)
Letter of institution in case all expenses for the study will be covered by scholarship or loan
Letter of motivation
Commitment to leave Switzerland on completion of studies