The ZHAW provides consultancy services to companies and organisations as well as to managers, individuals and private clients. This is in line with the legal mandate which requires all universities of applied sciences to offer business services alongside their teaching and research activities.
Our business and consultancy services
The business and consultancy services provided by the ZHAW are tailored to your specific needs. We offer support in solving complex issues in the context of existing knowledge, and our expertise and modern infrastructure is available to you for analyses, simulations, expert opinions, training courses, workshops, etc. Our experts offer managers, individuals and private clients consultancy services such as careers guidance, crisis management, coaching, media training and language tests. All our services are provided at market rates.
Please contact the Registrar’s Office if you are interested in discussing customised services or check these links to find out more about our services for companies and organisations as well as for individual or private clients. Here you will also find the details of the ZHAW staff you can contact direct in the relevant Institutes and Centres.
Health and prevention in early childhood
Startrampe Social Entrepreneurship
ZHAW social work students are already contributing to social inclusion projects and initiatives in various ways . The "Startrampe Social Entrepreneurship" project starts right there and supports these projects and initiatives to develop sustainably.
Startrampe Social Entrepreneuship is aimed at all student projects and initiatives of former and ...
Development of a tool to launch and evaluate phishing campaigns for the purpose of awareness training. Preparation of recommendations for an effective implementation of such training based on findings from scientific studies and analysis.
The Relevance and Significance of the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises in Switzerland
In order to fulfill their social responsibility and meet the expectations of stakeholders with regard to sustainable corporate governance, companies often refer to internationally accepted and legitimized standards. Among these standards, the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises occupy a special position. By requiring signatory governments ...
Benchmarking of Key Performance Indicators