Campus and infrastructure
At the ZHAW School of Engineering, students study in the city centre. The campuses in Winterthur and Zurich are located directly next to the old cities, offering a wide range of sports, extensive infrastructure and reasonably priced meals in the canteen.
The ZHAW School of Engineering campus is located within walking distance of Winterthur Main Railway Station and immediately adjacent to the city centre. It offers extensive infrastructure with state-of-the-art equipment, laboratories, hot spots with wireless LAN connection and a canteen.
The ZHAW School of Engineering offers students state-of-the-art infrastructure and a learning environment with computer work stations and well-equipped laboratories. The Winterthur campus also has a canteen offering reasonably priced meals which change on a daily basis. All students are issued with a Campus Card the size of a credit card. This serves as identification for cash-free payment in the canteen and copy centre as well as providing access to the buildings.
Each student also receives:
- a personal email account
- a personal web folder
- access to the ZHAW network via individual network connections in all teaching and work rooms
- access to Intranet and Internet
- discounts when purchasing notebooks, pocket calculators and accessories in the Techshop
The ZHAW university library is also located close to Winterthur Main Railway Station. Students have access to reference works, specialist books and journals as well as electronic media. The modern media, information and learning centre also offers numerous workstations and group rooms over an area of around 6,000 m2.
The city of Winterthur offers an extensive range of leisure activities – including a music club, theatre, sports club and museum. Upon payment of the semester fees, all students automatically become members of VSZHAW, the ZHAW students' union. It represents the interests of students in relation to the university and the outside world, as well as organising parties, functions and sports events for students.
The Academic Sports Association of Zurich (ASVZ) supports the ZHAW sports programme. Students can take advantage of a varied range of team and individual sports in Winterthur and Zurich. The university's own sports facilities provide an extensive infrastructure, state-of-the-art sports equipment and professional support.
The following deadlines apply to applications to the ZHAW School of Engineering:
|Autumn semester||Registration deadline 1 May|
|Spring semester||Registration deadline 1 November|