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Indian student blog Eating for optimum student performance

How many times have you missed your breakfast running late for class or skipped lunch? It happens more often than you think. 

Women and science Scientific research remains male-dominated

Women remain underrepresented in science in Switzerland despite making inroads, an international comparison has shown.

This content was published on March 8, 2019 5:39 PM

Federal study Lack of fresh air hinders pupils’ learning capacities

The air quality in many Swiss classrooms is poor says a study conducted by the Federal Health Office. 

This content was published on March 4, 2019 6:12 PM

Easy as ABQ Homosexuality is no longer taboo in classrooms

The ABQ association has been criss-crossing schools in cantons Bern and Fribourg for 20 years, talking about sexual orientation.

Indian student blog Confronting my fear of oral exams in Switzerland

Indian student Shubhangi was nervous about facing oral exams at her Swiss university but recently found out that they are not as scary as she thought.

Indian student blog The fine art of applying for a Swiss student visa

Arasan managed to show enthusiasm for studying in Switzerland while expressing complete disinterest in what the country can offer him.

UNESCO Government urged to boost early childcare and education

A panel of experts has called for increased efforts to boost early childcare and education availability in Switzerland.

This content was published on February 27, 2019 10:53 AM

qs rankings Swiss university system climbs to third in global study

Thanks largely to the strong performance of ETH Zurich, the Swiss university system has entered the top three globally in the latest QS rankings.

This content was published on February 27, 2019 12:01 AM

Education and migration For young migrants, the right to education is a mirage

How to ensure displaced children the right to education?

Trends in research

With its ten universities and two institutes of technology, Switzerland is at the forefront of research in many areas.