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Re: What are the universities with high chance of addmissions for Information Technol

Nearly all your questions are answered on the EPFL website.

2. https://sae.epfl.ch/grants

3. "Proof of sufficient means

You have to prove that you have 2000.- CHF/month to live in Switzerland.

Generally embassies/consulates request this amount for a whole academic year. As the exact amount is given by embassies/consulates, please contact them or check their website for more information.

Proofs:
Bank statement(s) (of one or several accounts): If the account(s) is not your's, ask the account holder(s) to sign a letter confirming that he/she will support you during your studies. Or use this form (in french only). The date when the money has been put on the account does not matter.
Scholarship attestation: If the scholarship is lower than 2000.- CHF/month, you will have to prove that you have sufficient means to cover the difference.

You will have to ask for an extension of your residence permit on a yearly basis and prove again that you have 2000.- CHF/month, for at least six months."

https://sae.epfl.ch/visa-help#faq-634656

4. "Non-european students

Autorisation given only 6 months after their arrival in Switzerland.

Exception is given to student assistants employed in research in connection with their field of study according to this EPFL directive, article 9."

https://sae.epfl.ch/work-permit

As for 1. only the university itself can tell you when you apply.
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