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Hello to everybody

I live in Portugal and I intend to move to Switzerland. I've finished my high school studies recently (about two years ago) and instead of going to university I've decided to take a sabbatical.

Since I've family living there, I won't have problems in finding a job and such. But my biggest concern is that I want to continue my studies in Switzerland. I've already done some research about Swiss education system, but I saw that Portuguese nationals are required to have already a bachelor's degree if they want to study in a local university (that's what I was able to understand). Can I surpass this situation somehow?

For example, it's possible for an adult foreigner to study in a local school, taking a night course and preparing for the federal examination ? I've taken some french courses back here, so at least that won't be a serious problem...

Thank you for your help and forgive my English writing. Since this forum seems to be very informative about Swiss affairs, I've decided to come here expose my doubts
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