The University of ZurichEdit

The University of Zurich is a college located in Zurich, it is trying to usher in a new era of knowledge and enlightenment over Switzerland.


These are the occupations of the staff for the university, the Vice-Chancellor manages and is the central leading figure of the entire University. The Chancellor is a non-resident honourary title, which is usually held by a noble or royal figure.

  • Chancellor - King Alexander I
  • Vice-Chancellor - Sir Wilhelm Kohleschmied
  • Dean of Kohle College - Lord Josef Grau


Here are the Rules for the Staff and Students:

Note : rules are subject to change!

Staff RulesEdit

  • No abuse or hazing of students will be condoned.
  • No vandalizing university property!
  • No innapropriate language.
  • No disrespect of anyone will be tolerated; student or staff.
  • You will only receive 3 sick/free-days per semester, no more, no less. Once past your maximum vacation days, it will be added as a blemish to your record. 

Student RulesEdit

  • No abuse or hazing of upper/lower classmen will be tolerated.
  • No vandalizing university property!
  • No innapropriate language.
  • If caught cheating, you may be expelled depending on the severity of the situation. 
  • Men will not go into the women's dorms, and women will not go into the men's dorms. NO EXCEPTIONS!

Negative RecordEdit

Sometimes students, or staff members abuse the University or its rules.

This is a Negative Record, this records all data of negative events.

The higher you go in offenses, the lower you go on the table. 

Here is a table of the punishments for negativity:

Number of Offenses

Student Punishment:

Staff Punishment:


1st Warning

1st Warning


2nd Warning

2nd Warning


Final Warning

Final Warning


Suspended for 1 Day

Disciplinary Talk


Suspended for 1 Week

Loss of Pay


Suspended for 1 Month

Indentured Work





" The University of Zurich in all it's glory! "

Degree InformationEdit

If you wish to be a citizen of Switzerland and work for us, you need to acquire a degree.

There are two Semesters you will have to take to do so.

Each Class is a day-long, and only happens on week-days.

You must have 10 credits in each subject to graduate. 

Semester 1Edit

  • Math: 6
  • History: 3
  • Science: 2
  • Citizenship: 5
  • Geography: 5
  • Physical Education: 5
  • Language: 7

Semester 2Edit

  • Math: 4
  • History: 7
  • Science: 8
  • Citizenship: 5
  • Geography: 5
  • Physical Education: 5
  • Language: 3

Semester 3Edit

Please note that Teachers should recommend students to take an extra Semester to pass off a Class. Students will be in Semester 3 Classes until they pass.

Notable Alumni

King Alexander I of Switzerland, King of the Swiss (1747-present)

Prince Ryan Kroshbon, Prince of Geneva and Prime Minister (1750-present)

Prince Richard Kroshbon, Prince of Geneva and heir apparent (1748-1750)

Former Crown Prince Benjamin of Switzerland (1740-1746)

Sir Jon Kroshbon, Former Prime Minister of Switzerland & Generalfeldmarshall (1749-1750)

Sir Aladeen Diavolo, Minister of State & Head of the House of Commons (1750)

Sir Rayne Kroshbon II, Count of Solothorn (1748-1749)

Sir Blau Wolfe, Count of Valais & Minister of Finance (1739 - 1746)

Sir WIlhelm Kohleschmied, Count of Lucerne & Vice Chancellor of the University of Zurich