Quote from 5cats
I would not even consider nursing school there if your language is not sufficient, you could still write them an email and figure their answer out (dictionary). Another issue in Switzerland: they speak dialect= swiss german there, tricky to understand. Why are you considering Switzerland?
And it used to be that you have to be a resident for a certain time to go to nursing school there, not sure about those legal requirements now. Also not sure about fees.
Even though it would be cheaper to go to school there than it would here in the US (I checked) I don't know the language at all. So, I figured I would get into nursing school here and that'll take two years (BSN) and while I am doing that, try to study high German or try and find some Swiss German books,cds,etc, and learn that while I am here in the US and then move. Why I want to move there? I don't have family there, never have been there, never even thought about Switzerland or any other country or even considered moving out of the US to somewhere else. I have a female friend that lives there, who I met online, on a message board/fan fiction site, and we have been talking for at least a year and a half now. She used to live here in the states and then she met a Swiss guy here in the states, and he was originally from Switzerland, they got married and moved to Switzerland and are now divorced, but she stayed. She has been telling me about the country, the people, how beautiful it is, the quality of water, air, and the life there and the men lol. I have been researching for awhile about Switzerland and seeing beautiful pictures of the country and thought, I think I would like to move there. I plan on visiting next summer in June for a month to see if I really like it. I hope to start nursing school here in fall. Sorry, I tried to put this in paragraphs but for some reason, it wasn't coming out that way.