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The best possible experience

We take a personal approach to your educational journey, and our professional staff is dedicated to ensuring each student receives the information needed.

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Easy Admission

  1. Complete your application.
  2. Gather your required documents.
  3. Submit your application package and pay the application fee.
  4. Allow two business days for our admissions committee to evaluate your submission.
  5. Once accepted, please pay the deposit.
  6. Begin the student visa application process (non- EU/AELE students).
  7. An admissions counsellor, assigned to you, will guide you through every step of the process.

  • Complete the application form.
  • Education qualification document.
    • Official transcripts and diplomas must be submitted in English. If your previous institution cannot provide this, you must provide a certified translation.
  • Students currently completing their education may submit an official grade report and received a conditional acceptance.
  • Proof of English proficiency (choose one).
    • TOEFL language certificate (Test scores are valid for two years).
    • IELTS language certificate (Test scores are valid for two years).
    • Proof that the previous three years of secondary or post-secondary education were taught primarily in English. This education must have been completed within the last five years.
    • English is your native tongue.
  • A copy of your valid passport.
  • Résumé or CV.
  • Motivation letter.

Your assigned admission counsellor will be with you throughout your entire application process, especially during the visa application stage. Students coming from outside of Switzerland and the EU will need to apply for a student visa.

Once you have successfully paid the deposit to MIBD, you will receive the required documents and instructions for your visa application. Visa applications must be submitted at the Swiss embassy or consulate in a student’s home country.

Please allow at least three months before the start of classes to receive your student visa. Once you arrive in Switzerland, you will need to register for a residency permit in the town you will live, and again our team will be there to guide you.

  • An official acceptance letter from MIBD.
  • All required application documents (see above).
  • Two passport size photos (35mm x 45mm)
  • Study plan for your specific programme.
  • Copy of diplomas and transcripts
  • Proof of sufficient financial means.
  • Bank statement with a minimum balance of CHF 30’000.
  • The bank statement must be registered in the name of the student, parent, or sponsor listed on the application.
  • A signed motivation letter clearly expressing your reasons for studying in Switzerland at MIBD and your post-graduating plans.
  • Please note that while internships are a critical and fully supported aspect of all MIBD degree programmes, MIBD makes no guarantees regarding Swiss work visas and residency permits post-graduation. Though opportunities to work in Switzerland after graduating may present themselves, it is generally advised to write about post-graduation aspirations in the framework of (returning to) your home country.

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