Switzerland to Canada to Study and Tour

Map of Bern, Zurich, Basel,
 Lucerne, Lausanne, Geneva, Switzerland

Switzerland
Official Title:
Swiss Confederation
Capital: Bern
Population (million): 7.287
Total Area: 41,290 km2
Currency:Swiss franc (CHF)
National Holiday:
August 1, Confederation day
Language(s):
German, French, Italian, Romansch

Type of State:
Confederation

Switzerland - Canada Information Links

Canadian Representation in Switzerland

Bern, Embassy of Canada
Address: Kirchenfeldstrasse 88, CH-3005 Bern, Switzerland
Postal Address: P.O. Box 234, CH-3000 Bern 6, Switzerland
Tel.: 41 (31) 357 3200 Fax: 41 (31) 357 3210
E-mail: bern@international.gc.ca

Geneva - Permanent Mission of Canada to the Office of the United Nations
Address: 5, avenue de l'Ariana,
CH-1202 Geneva, Switzerland
Tel.: 41 (22) 919-92-00 Fax: 41 (22) 919-92-33
E-mail: genev@international.gc.ca

Link to the Canadian Embassy in Switzerland.

Embassy of Switzerland in Canada
5 Marlborough Avenue Ottawa, Ontario, K1N 8E6, Canada
Telephone (613) 235-1837 (24h)
Fax (613) 563-1394

Calgary Consular Office
4053 Edgevalley Landing N.W. Calgary, Alberta, T3A 5H5, Canada
Telephone (403) 681-4204
Fax (403) 206-7157

Halifax Consular Office
139 Capri Drive Halifax, Nova Scotia, B3E 1L6, Canada
Telephone (902) 827-5548
Fax (902) 827-3590

Montreal Consular Office
1572 Doctor Penfield Avenue Montréal, Quebec, H3G 1C4, Canada
Telephone (514) 932-7181 (24h)
Fax (514) 932-9028

Quebec Consular Office
2170 Bois-Joli Québec, Quebec, G1T 1E5, Canada
Telephone (418) 527-3787
Fax (418) 656-2817

Toronto Consular Office
154 University Avenue Toronto, Ontario, M5H 3Y9, Canada
Telephone (416) 593-5371 (24h)
Fax (416) 593-5083

Vancouver Consular Office
World Trade Center Vancouver, British Columbia, V6C 3E1, Canada
Telephone (604) 684-2231
Fax (604) 684-2806 (24h)

How can I come to Canada as a visitor, worker or student?

Citizenship and Immigration Canada has created an online tool called Come to Canada.

This CIC tool will help you figure out whether you can come to Canada as an immigrant, visitor, worker or student.

This CIC tool will help you understand the requirements for immigrating to, visiting, studying in or working in Canada.

This CIC tool guides you through some questions and based on your responses and your situation and provides a list of options and step-by-step instructions on how to apply.

For additional CIC information use this link

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