Discover how to save time and money, by managing your finances and overseas transactions with ease.
To study abroad in Switzerland, learn about the top Swiss universities, required qualifications, how to apply, fees, scholarships, accommodation and student life.
This guide to the Swiss schooling system – from primary to secondary – will help enrol your child into education in Switzerland.
German, French and Italian are spoken around of Switzerland; here's a guide to the many language schools in Switzerland, as well as online and computer language courses.
TinyEYE Europe's online therapy programme is the answer for people seeking a mobile solution for their speech and language problems. [Contributed by TinyEYE Europe]
Earning an MBA from a top U.S. business school while working and living in Switzerland: a benefit of the Rochester-Bern Executive MBA for expatriates. [Contributed by Rochester-Bern Executive Programs]
Tips on choosing the best education option for your kids and how to help them integrate in their new school overseas. [Contributed by TorFX]
If you're living in Switzerland, here's a list of top international schools in Switzerland and information to enrol your child into the Swiss education system.
How do you stand out from the legions of job candidates in today's global job market? Here are five helpful ways. [Contributed by American University of Sharjah]
Why study abroad? We take a look at the many schools, universities, educational programmes and courses suited to expats looking to study abroad.
If you plan to study while living abroad, learn what makes expats strong candidates for college admission, college scholarships and university grants.
If you're moving to Switzerland with children, there is an array of schools in Switzerland to consider: state schools, private schools, bilingual schools or international schools.
Students from around the world come to Europe to study international MBAs. But what are the benefits and potential drawbacks of studying an MBA abroad?
A guide to special needs education in Switzerland, including the legal and financial needs of those with disabilities in Switzerland.
International schools continue to gain a reputation for preparing international children for English-speaking higher education opportunities throughout the world.
What is it about the IPC that has gained the commitment of over 1,300 schools in over 63 countries around the world in just 10 years?