I would like to receive a hard copy of the Swiss Review. Who can I turn to?
If you wish to register for the printed edition of the “Swiss Review”, please make the appropriate changes at www.swissabroad.ch or contact your Swiss representation where you are registered (embassy, consulate general).
I'm moving house. Who must I inform of my change of address?
Please inform your embassy or consulate. For data protection reasons, the addresses of Swiss nationals resident abroad are managed by official representations.
Can I receive "Swiss Review" in, for example, Rumanian?
"Swiss Review" is published only in the national languages of German, French and Italian as well as in English and Spanish.
Can I receive the English version in France?
We will be happy to send you an alternative language version of "Swiss Review" for an annual subscription fee of CHF 50.-.
Why do Swiss living in Spain not automatically receive the Spanish version?
Because most Swiss in Spain speak German or French rather than Spanish. The language version depends on the language spoken by the largest group of Swiss nationals in the relevant country.
Why do I have to pay for a subscription to "Swiss Review" (which is otherwise free) if I want a language version other than the one distributed in my country of residence?
Catering to the individual wishes of our readers entails high administrative costs (the copies need to be manually labeled and prepared for postage) as well as additional spending on postage. We are obliged to charge subscribers in order to cover some of these costs.
Can I also receive "Swiss Review" if I am not Swiss?
We will be happy to send you a copy in the preferred language for an annual subscription charge of CHF 50.-.
Can I also subscribe to "Swiss Review" in Switzerland?
Yes you can, although the magazine content is targeted at Swiss Abroad. An annual subscription costs CHF 30.-