In Switzerland, you get what you pay for
Adina Berg rated 3 out of 5 stars
What I was most surprised by/ what I appreciated the least was that there were no other exchange students in my classes. Of course this is out of the control of the University, and it is impossible to know beforehand, but I think this made my study abroad experience a bit less appreciated than had I had some other exchangers in my classes.
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Living in Switzerland is expensive, but if you are from scandinavian it isn't so big shock. Only meat is much more expensive. Other people I think is living in here is really expensive.
You can choose between lectures, seminars and workshops and adapt them to which bets suits you and your preferences.