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masters degree options

Considering applying to a Swiss University for a Masters in Physics,instead of working. Prior to living here, I was a Health Physicist working in nuclear power plants. I speak only English, have a like Bachelors and an MBA. Anyone have a list or recommendations or challenges?
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Re: masters degree options

Trying determine if the GRE is required (received MBA in USA without a GRE) and what the graduation requirements area (final test, thesis )?
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Re: masters degree options

You'll find answers to most basic questions here:

http://www.swissuniversity.ch/

It also has many links to course and university specific lists of requirements.
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Re: masters degree options

To my surprise, EPFL has a generalist Masters in Physics, taught mainly in English. Looks like you can get enough credits without having to understand French at all. See here:

http://sb.epfl.ch/page-52143-en.html
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Good link, I will look into that.
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