Switzerland can expect drier summers, more hot days, heavy rainfall and snow-scarce winters if greenhouse gas emissions remain unchecked, according to new climate modelling.
There are many benefits of bilingualism for children, from having a longer attention span to being better at multitasking than monolinguals.
The current chief of the armed forces is among those named in a document into excessive spending that was never meant to go public.
There’s nowhere in the world quite like Silicon Valley. Birthplace of the world’s most iconic tech companies, the region in Northern California is a gold mine of talent and innovation. It’s for this reason Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) sends its Executive MBA cohort on an annual field trip to the world’s premier tech hub.
A new study shows Switzerland still has room to improve when it comes to speaking English, but there are reasons for optimism.
The Swedes know a thing or two about beauty. After all, they live in one of the most captivating countries on the planet. They have the cosmopolitan allure of water-surrounded Stockholm; the vast sweeping beaches of Skåne; the skyscraping white sierras of Lapland and much, much more. Yet, when they were asked in a survey which part of Sweden was most beautiful they chose none of these celebrated places.
16 more weird and wonderful things that you can only find in Switzerland - probably.
Some of the teachers at Phorms, a network of seven bilingual schools in Germany, are taking lessons out of the classroom to increase children’s engagement with both learning and the natural world.
Three people are killed or seriously injured on Swiss roads every day with inattentive drivers the leading cause.
Two MBA graduates from EMLYON Business School explain how their studies helped them to land their dream jobs working for international organisations.
Just arrived in Switzerland? Here’s what’s great – and not so great – about being an employee here.
Committing to a master’s degree could feel like delaying the start of your career. That’s not the case at Linköping University (LiU), where the rigorous master’s programmes are designed to prepare students for life after graduation.
From dogs' funerals to egg bumping, some Swiss German words just don't make it across the translation divide.
Switzerland’s economy is predicted to grow by 3% by the end of 2018 - despite a falling global average.
Zurich-based chef Heiko Nieder has been named Gault & Millau’s male ‘Chef of the Year'.
The passes can be used at 45 resorts around the country.
The French fashion label Carven, which is being acquired by a Chinese group after falling on hard times, said Monday that its Swiss designer Serge Ruffieux is leaving after less than two years as artistic director.
Bottles of "prestige champagne" and bills from beach bars are among the expenses of city councillors that prosecutors view as questionable.
SBB will start offering certain passengers free internet by the end of next year.
Swiss banking giant UBS said on Thursday that it was bracing for another legal battle in the US over sales of mortgage-backed securities in the run-up to the financial crisis a decade ago.
German prosecutors are looking into foreign campaign donations made to the far-right AfD party ahead of the last election, Der Spiegel weekly reported Tuesday, as pressure grows on co-leader Alice Weidel over the alleged illegal payments.
An Indian activist said on Wednesday that he expects thousands of people to join his "March for Justice and Peace", a 9,500-kilometre hike from New Delhi to Geneva next year.
Two thirds of cyclists feel motorists do not give them enough space when passing.