Update 10-Oct-2016: Still taking registrations for the Lausanne event. Geneva is closed.
Are you interested in learning more about bachelor programs taught in English outside of Switzerland? Some Swiss Maturité/Matura students are considering heading to the UK, Canada, the US, Australia, the Netherlands, and elsewhere. Because there are relatively few students with this qualification leaving Switzerland for university, these students have a challenge finding information specific to their applications in other countries. Most also attend local schools with no international university guidance support.
Come to a seminar titled, “The Swiss Maturité & Beyond: University Options Around the World,” to learn about the following topics:
- How is the Swiss Maturité recognized in these countries?
- What level of marks do I need to be admitted to universities there?
- How do I decide what universities or programs to consider?
- What will it cost, and is financial aid available?
- How do I start learning about specific universities and the application process?
- And most importantly, why does it make sense to consider attending university outside of Switzerland when this country has great universities?
Learn more about the speaker, an educational consultant specializing in students applying to university from Switzerland. We’ll have a Q&A session after a presentation. The seminar will be offered twice in October, once in Lausanne and once in Geneva:
- Who: Students completing gymnase and their parents.
- When: Tuesday, 11 October 2016
- Time: 19:00 to 21:00
- Where: Club Alpin Suisse, Rue Beau-Séjour 24, 1003 Lausanne (entrance on Rue Charles Monnard)
- Cost: 30 CHF per family
Geneva – Sorry, registration closed.
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