EduQua is the first quality certification for public and private educational institutions in Switzerland and is recognized, supported, and endorsed by the following organizations:
• Swiss Federal Government
• Swiss Conference of Cantonal Ministers of Education (EDK)
• State Secretariat for Economic Affairs (SECO)
• Swiss Conference for Professional Training department (SBBK)
• Swiss Association of Employment Departments (VSAA)
• Swiss Federation for Adult Learning (SVEB)
For programs that are provided at the Switzerland campus, there are only 2 intakes a year – March and October. Students need to start the application process at least 6-7 months in advance of the start date since it usually takes this amount of time for all the formalities including visa and student permit to complete.
Rushford Business School utilizes state of the art e-campus and Learning Management System (LMS) as well as online live classroom sessions. This mix provides students with a comprehensive system that is full of content, discussions, debates, forums, multimedia learning modules, live lectures, documents, repositories, and many other such resources. Program faculty stays in touch with students throughout the program and are always available for answering students’ questions.
For non EU/EFTA residents, you will need to apply for a visa from your local Swiss consulate or their representative. Following documents will be needed for the application.
A certificate of enrolment provided by Rushford Business School confirming your program and start date,
Proof of payment of school fees and means of support during studies
A written commitment that you will leave Switzerland upon completion of the studies
After entering Switzerland, you must apply for a resident permit at the Cantonal office in Geneva.