Bachelor's degree programmes
- You have completed an apprenticeship and are finishing your course at vocational college? And now you want to learn more!
- You already have professional experience? You now want to expand your career chances!
- You have the school leaving certificate? Now is the time for a technical internship!
- The Bachelor degree programme at the School of Engineering is practical, comprehensive, and specialised; it will be excellent preparation for your later career.
- Electrical Engineering
- Energy and Environmental Engineering
- Computer Science
- Mechanical Engineering
- Systems Engineering (Robotics and Mechatronics, Biomedical Engineering)
- Transportation Systems
- Engineering and Management (Industrial Engineering, Data and Service Engineering, Business Mathematics)
The bachelor degree programme in Business Information Technology is offered at the School of Management and Law. The bachelor degree programme in Environmental Engineering is offered at the School of Life Sciences and Facility Management in Wädenswil.
The institutes and centres of the School of Engineering engage in research and development projects together with industrial and business partners. You will directly benefit from this. This is because the results of the research are continually incorporated into the teaching. In the project work and Bachelor thesis, you will work on your own topics in close collaboration with industrial companies and service providers.
The autumn semester begins in mid-September in calendar week 38, while the spring semester begins at the end of February in calendar week 8. In the first year of studies, the mandatory student orientation week is held beforehand in calendar week 37.
Each semester lasts 14 weeks. The teaching is conducted primarily in the form of lectures, group teaching, exercises and laboratory internships. The two-week end-of-module exams are held after the examination preparation weeks. Each module concludes with a module examination.
The semester break lasts three weeks between the autumn and spring semesters and eleven weeks between the spring and autumn semesters. Depending on the degree programme, study model and study year block weeks, summer schools or other events can take place during the semester break.