A land that embraces diversity, with nearly a quarter of the population composed of immigrants and four official languages. Also Very decentralised and diverse education system – international students apply at institutional level. Switzerland is known by its hospitality education. Eight Swiss universities are featured in the QS World University Rankings 2013/14, including two entries in the world's top 20, and five more within the world's top 200.
You can work alongside your studies. In fact, the student residence permit allows for profit-earning activity, as long your university provides a statement confirming that your employment will not prolong the length of your studies.
For foreign students, the number of weekly work hours is limited to 15, but this is fairly flexible depending on the canton (in Geneva, for example, you can work up to 30 hours per week). It is easier to find employment in the large urban centers like Geneva and Zurich. Wages vary between SFR 20 and SFR 35 according to the job and your skills.