There are different scholarships programs to which Indian students can apply.
University scholarships: University scholarships are open to students from both industrialized and developing countries, but are intended exclusively for study at one of Switzerland’s 10 universities or 2 federal institutes of technology.
Scholarships consist of monthly payments of:
The Federal Commission for Scholarships for Foreign Students does not cover the cost of academic and /or term fees. Generally-speaking, the universities and the Zurich Federal Institute of Technology exempt holders of Swiss government scholarships from term fees, but not necessarily from Masters program enrollment fees. In the event that these fees are not waived, it is up to the scholarship holder to arrange payment.
If you fulfill the eligibility requirements contact the Swiss diplomatic representation in your country of origin.
The diplomatic representation will provide you with all the necessary information regarding the procedure including application forms and a list of required documentation.
Technically, the scholarships are offered to the government of the student’s country of origin and not to the student. Applications are subject to preliminary selection by the relevant national authorities and the Swiss diplomatic representation. The Swiss diplomatic representation then passes on the selected applications to the Federal Commission for Scholarships for Foreign Students (FCS) which subsequently takes the final decision. The FCS is composed of academic staff drawn from Swiss universities. Scholarship awards are made on the basis of academic and scientific excellence.
For more details Click Swiss Embassy in India