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学习 法律 在 瑞士 2023

在瑞士学习

在瑞士法律学位为了成为瑞士律师,学生必须完成一个为期三年的法学学士(LLB)。然而,为了能考上吧,进入实践,还需要后续的为期两年的法律硕士。另一种选择是用流行的许多国际学生是较短和专门LLM,它提供了机会获得有针对性的知识,在法律中的一个特定区域,如仲裁或银行法。也可以攻读法律博士学位完成LLB,法律和/或专业法学硕士以下。毕业生还必须完成一到两年的学徒与一家律师事务所或法院 - 最好是在他们打算练习州 - 并通过笔试和口试,才能给予他们培训结束被录取酒吧。法学高等教育在瑞士瑞士没有私立院校培训律师:所有九个法律学校隶属于全国各州的大学。这些措施包括洛桑的瑞士巴塞尔大学伯尔尼大学弗里堡大学,日内瓦大学卢塞恩大学纳沙泰尔大学圣加仑大学大学,,,,,,,和苏黎世大学。由于瑞士是无数的国际组织和金融机构的家,由于其作为显著的进步人道主义关切的许多领域,以及企业和银行,瑞士为学生提供来自世界各地的一个新的,全面的发源地状态全球视野。此外,国家“的承诺,以尖端研究为国际学生提供法律全球事务有了更深刻的认识。虽然生活在瑞士的成本是出了名的高,学费相对较低 - 尤其是当相比,美国和英国。此外,还有许多可供国际学生奖学金的机会。再次,学费可能会有所不同,从一个机构到另一个。由于其在商业和金融在全球的声望,还有大量的就业机会在瑞士的律师,特别是在主要的行业,如银行,金融和知识产权。

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每月基本生活费

  • 租用合租公寓

    987
  • 公用事业份额

    72
  • 互联网订阅

    53
  • 当地交通

    81

生活方式费用样本

  • 快餐组合

    15
  • 电影票

    19
  • 一品脱当地啤酒

    7

关于瑞士

官方称为瑞士联邦,瑞士位于欧洲西部,由意大利接壤的西部,德国北部,列支敦士登和奥地利东部和法国西部。伯尔尼是瑞士,一个内陆国家,由26个州,或地区分支机构,在管理过程略有不同的资本。大多数瑞士人口(近800万的人)生活在被称为“高原”,其中日内瓦和苏黎世的人口稠密的城市所在的区域。瑞士是著名的最富有的国家之一。居民拥有的最高金额按个别非金融和金融资产比世界上任何其他公民。此外,日内瓦和苏黎世一直被列为二级城市展示生活的所有其他全球城市中的最佳标准。瑞士的稳定的经济是通过养殖和有效的,允许它出口大量商品的生产实践归功于其自给自足。瑞士显示出良好的经济专长的其他领域包括旅游,国际银行,运输,生物技术和研发。酒店位于欧洲的心脏,瑞士是为庆祝其效率和生产力,更何况其惊人的地理位置和丰富的中立性的历史。三种母语,德语,法语和意大利语,以及英语丰盈讲学习的机会,瑞士是一个高档的目的地为国际学生。根据民法的传统瑞士法律制度 ,瑞士有一个法规为基础的法律制度是独立于所有其他政府分支。所有的法律制定权在于国家的26个州,被称为州,除非它的宪​​法明确规定属于联邦当局。联邦制仍是瑞士法律制度的一个基本组成部分。

Visa Requirements

  1. C visa – for short courses (summer schools, language schools) that last for up to three months.
  2. D visa – for courses that last longer than three months.

您需要什么类型的签证?

签证名称

C visa; D visa

价格和货币

EUR 0

For a student visa, the application is free of charge; however, there might be some exceptions.

谁可以申请签证?

Although Switzerland is not a member of the EU, it allows EU citizens to attend university in the country. Students that do not have EU/EEA nationality must contact the Swiss embassy or consulate in their home country to apply for a visa prior to entering the country.

For courses of up to three months – summer courses, language schools – you may need a short-term Schengen C visa; for courses longer than three months, you may need a long-term national D visa.

You cannot come to Switzerland on a three-month tourist visa and change it to a student residence permit after you have arrived in Switzerland. Thus, even if you are exempt from needing an entry visa, such as Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Japan, Malaysia, or Singapore nationals, you will still need to apply for a residence permit before you arrive if you plan to stay longer than 90 days.

All international students, including EU/EFTA citizens, will have to apply for a residence permit at a Residents Registration Office within 14 days after their arrival in Switzerland.

在哪里可以申请?

Swiss embassy or consulate

You’ll need to apply for a visa through the Swiss embassy or consulate in your home country.

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如何申请?

When you have received confirmation of acceptance by a Swiss university or private school, you will need to contact the Swiss embassy in your country for information on entry formalities for Switzerland. You will have to show proof that you have adequate financial means to support yourself during your studies.

You will need to complete an application form and submit supporting documentation in French, German, or English, so you may need to translate your documents.

For short-term Schengen C visas, documentation includes:

  • a valid passport/travel ID;
  • proof of adequate financial resources to cover your costs while you’re in Switzerland;
  • healthcare/accident insurance;
  • confirmation of booked courses including fees paid;

if you’re under 18, a birth certificate and authorization to travel if coming to Switzerland alone, or copies of parents’ visas if they will be accompanying.

For a long-term D visa, documents will include:

  • a valid passport/travel ID;
  • proof of adequate financial resources to cover your costs while you’re in Switzerland, whether yourself or a sponsor, such as copies of bank statements or a letter from the bank;
  • proof of healthcare insurance which includes cover for accidents;
  • motivation letter outlining why you want to come to Switzerland to study and how this will be beneficial to your career;
  • confirmation of enrolment at a recognized Swiss educational institution;
  • confirmation of course fees paid;
  • your CV;
  • copies of previous educational certificates and diplomas;
  • a signed letter confirming that you will leave Switzerland at the end of the course.

You may also be asked to sit a language test to make sure that you will be able to follow lessons.

If you want to undertake postgraduate studies, you’ll need to submit proof that you’ve been admitted to a post-grad course and have the appropriate qualifications, sufficient financial means, and somewhere to live.

你应该什么时候申请?

You should schedule an appointment at the Swiss embassy or consulate in your area as soon as you get the acceptance letter from the Swiss educational institution. You should schedule the appointment for a visa interview as early as 6 months prior to the start of your studies but no later than ten weeks before your departure.

The processing times for short stay visa applications are 10-15 days; and eight to ten weeks for long-stay visas.

The length of the student visa depends on the length of your course. The residence permit is given for one year and can be renewed.

处理时间

10 Weeks

工作机会

You may take up part-time work for up to 15 hours a week in term time and full-time during holidays, but only after you have lived in Switzerland for six months.

If you already hold a Master’s degree from a foreign university and you’re in Switzerland working for your Swiss university or institute, you don’t have to wait six months but can start work right away. Your employer will need to get a work permit for you. You will need to maintain your full-time student status and show that you are continuing to make progress in your studies.

After graduation, foreign students can stay in Switzerland for six months to look for work.

每周几小时

15

为什么需要这种签证?

Your visa application may be rejected if you are not able to show proof of the required funds, or if you provide incorrect or incomplete documents.