I have noticed that the ETHZ gives the following degrees / titles upon graduating:
Bsc ETH [Subject] instead of BSc [Subject].
Msc ETH [Subject] instead of MSc [Subject].
Dr. sc. ETH Zurich instead of Ph.D [Subject].
I am aware that there already is a question on academia stackexchange about why this is the case.
More interesting is the question about their equivalence in industry or academia. Please don't misunderstand. I don't want to ask if they have the same value as an Ivy-League degree or not. If a college or university asked for people having a master's degree or a Ph.D. degree, are candidates with a Msc ETH or Dr. sc. ETH considered too? Would they think something like 'Oh hey, he has a Bsc ETH, so he has no real bachelor.', or do they think that Bsc ETH = Bsc?