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Careers after bachelor's degree Mobility Science

Upon completion of your studies you will be qualified for challenging tasks. Mobility Science engineers are in high demand in the following sectors:

Specialisation Engineering

«That's why as a specialist, I'm in demand on the job market. I can help to actively design the future with my work and that gives me great satisfaction.»

Fabian Hasler, AGraduate Mobility Science, Engineer in the field of Environment and Transport, TBF + Partner AG

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Specialisation Transportation Management

Interesting interdisciplinary and special tasks also exist for graduates of both specialisations in marketing, consulting, lobbying, quality management, training and research. Open the Graduate profile

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"We collect and analyze vast amounts of data, so I can really use the knowledge I gained in my studies in statistics in this area."

Stephanie Baumann, ZHAW graduate and facilities manager at SBB


“Whether rail or road transport, we must always be in a position to view the system as a whole. Those studying Mobility Science confront new ideas and concepts without losing sight of the overall situation.”

Jacqueline Keller, ZHAW graduate and service planner at Südostbahn

Finding a job and salary expectations after graduating

Most graduates quickly find a suitable entry-level job. The median starting salary is CHF 85,000, with the chosen industry and specialization playing a crucial role. In 2022, the median annual salary for engineers, when extrapolated to 100% full-time equivalent, is CHF 119,000. (Source: Salaries for Engineers and Architects 2022/2023)