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Is this the world’s most international business school?

Is this the world’s most international business school?

It's not just one of the world’s leading business schools. It’s also a chance for students to have a truly international undergraduate experience.

 
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Swiss village wants to offer families 70,000 francs to go and live there

Swiss village wants to offer families 70,000 francs to go and live there

Residents of Albinen, a small Swiss village near Leukerbad in the canton of Valais, will on November 30th vote on a new policy which would offer money to outsiders who are willing to come and live in the village for at least a decade.

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This little country is possibly Europe’s best-kept secret

This little country is possibly Europe’s best-kept secret

If you want a holiday that has it all, this small European archipelago is just the spot.

 
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Swiss man sneaks onto London-Geneva flight and hides in toilet

Swiss man sneaks onto London-Geneva flight and hides in toilet

Passengers on an EasyJet flight from London to Geneva on Sunday night were left in shock after they realized a stowaway had managed to board the plane and shut himself in the toilet.

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How to have a wonderful wedding in Switzerland

How to have a wonderful wedding in Switzerland

Recently engaged and considering getting married in Switzerland? Tying the knot away from your home country may seem a minefield. Here, The Local takes you through the legalities and offers some tips for staging a wonderful Swiss wedding from someone who’s done it.

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Is this the best Swedish university for international master’s students?

Is this the best Swedish university for international master’s students?

Its graduates are also among the first in Sweden to gain employment once they've completed their studies.

 
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Report: A fifth of Swiss residents struggle financially

Report: A fifth of Swiss residents struggle financially

Switzerland may offer among the highest quality of life in the world, but a fifth of people here would struggle to pay for an unexpected expense, with foreigners particularly affected, according to new figures.

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The pros and cons of working in Switzerland

The pros and cons of working in Switzerland

Just arrived in Switzerland? Here’s what’s great – and not so great – about being an employee here.

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How to make the most of autumn food in Switzerland

How to make the most of autumn food in Switzerland

While many people are sad to see summer go, food writer Franziska Wick from Little Zurich Kitchen couldn't be more excited about the arrival of her favourite season.

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Geneva employs 'Brits' to show locals how to be polite on public transport

Geneva employs 'Brits' to show locals how to be polite on public transport

The city's transport authorities want Geneva residents to adopt British politeness when using public transport.

Zurich admits to ‘losing’ nearly a thousand works of art over the years

Zurich admits to ‘losing’ nearly a thousand works of art over the years

The city of Zurich has misplaced more than 900 works of art from its public collection over the years, Swiss media reported on Tuesday.

Swiss glaciers suffered 'extreme' melting in the past year

Swiss glaciers suffered 'extreme' melting in the past year

It's the third biggest loss in any one year since the beginning of records a century ago.

No buyer at Geneva auction for $30m pink diamond

No buyer at Geneva auction for $30m pink diamond

The "Raj Pink", the largest Fancy Intense Pink diamond in the world, failed to sell at auction, despite being the highlight of a Sotheby's sale of precious jewels.

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Vatican tries 'art diplomacy' with China

Vatican tries 'art diplomacy' with China

The Vatican is to swap art works with China's Forbidden City in a bid to improve strained relations.

 

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Kidnapped Swiss aid worker freed in Darfur

Kidnapped Swiss aid worker freed in Darfur

Sudanese security forces have freed a Swiss aid worker who was kidnapped in Darfur last month in an overnight operation in the war-torn region, a Sudanese official said on Wednesday.

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Swiss triumph over Northern Ireland to qualify for World Cup

Swiss triumph over Northern Ireland to qualify for World Cup

Switzerland held off Northern Ireland to seal a place at the 2018 World Cup in Russia with a 0-0 second-leg draw on Sunday that secured a 1-0 aggregate play-off victory.