Daniela Dysli

Welcome to Switzerland Travel Centre!

You are welcome to contact us by e-mail or by phone on +41 43 210 55 00.

What is it all about?

During the Graduate Program, participants will be exposed to various departments within the company, ensuring they gain a comprehensive understanding of Switzerland Travel Centre's operations. This program offers a unique opportunity to learn from experienced professionals and gain hands-on experience while developing a diverse skill set. 

Upon completing the program, participants will possess the knowledge and experience necessary to excel in their careers. This program offers a fantastic opportunity to begin your career with a renowned organization, work in different locations, and see as much of the company as possible.

Graduate Program

What we offer?

Your talent deserves opportunity. This is what we offer:

  • Active participation in the departments 
  • Possibility to determine a focus individually
  • Active participation in internal projects, if possible, in addition to operational tasks
  • One trip (train) to London
  • On-site support (e.g., apartment search)
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What are we looking for?

  • Successfully completed bachelor's degree in a relevant field 
  • Fluent English skills (mandatory) 
  • Excellent abilities in customer contact (B2B and B2C) and relationship building
  • Good knowledge of Switzerland (especially Central Switzerland and the Bernese Oberland) 
  • Resilience and commitment in a dynamic environment 
  • Great interest in establishing a career in tourism/travel
  • Swiss or EU citizenship 
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Program stages

Sept – Oct: 

On-Boarding, training at the Zurich Office, helping out in the Contact Center 

Nov – Dec: 

Working in Business Development and on internal projects like “Sustainability” 


Helping in the Contact Centre  

Feb. – May: 

Move to London 

Working in our B2B department. 

Jun. – Sept: 

Working in Groups department. 

Oct – Dec: 


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Anna-Lea Bögli

«The program not only gives me diverse insights into the company, but also gives me the opportunity to realise my dream of working abroad.»

Anna-Lea, Graduate FHGR

FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions

How much can I get involved?

Your commitment is welcome. The employees in the departments are very open to suggestions for improvement.

There is also the possibility of taking on smaller projects.

How much responsibility do I have to/am I allowed to take?

You are not pushed into anything. If you want to take on more responsibility, that's also possible.

What do I learn in the relevant areas?

Contact Center Zurich: First point of contact with the company and customers. Getting started in the contact centre is very suitable for getting an overview and getting to know the products.

B2C Zurich: Create initial offers and deepen customer contact.

Groups London: Very versatile work in different stages of a group trip (more insights into departments to follow).


In which areas can I do an internship?

Mainly in the Tour-Operating Departments B2B, B2C, Groups, FIT & Rail International.

Do I get a UK/CH contract?

Yes, both a CH and a UK contract.

Will I be working in the UK for an extended period of time?

No (work visa for max. 12 months)

How do I get a visa? Are there any additional costs?

The visa is organized by STC.

The process is simple and the costs are covered by STC (a bachelor's degree is required).

Is the British salary enough for my living expenses?

No. However, this depends heavily on the standard of living and the location.

We recommend being able to fall back on savings or support from parents.

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Kick-start your tourism career.

If you are interested in Switzerland Travel Centre's Graduate Program, we encourage you to send an email to [email protected].