Applicants to SUPSI degree courses must send their completed applications, together with the required attached documents (specified on the online form), and pay the CHF 100.- application fee (different amounts are required for the Accademia Teatro Dimitri). This fee is charged for each application, is not reimbursable, and cannot be deducted from the semester fee.
All applications must be made on line, via the link found on this page. The application fee must be paid using one of the following credit or debit cards: VISA, MasterCard, PostFinance.
Applications must reach SUPSI by the following deadlines:
- 12 February 2017
courses conducted by the Department of Education and Learning (DFA)
- 15 April 2017
courses conducted by the Department of Business Economics, Health and Social Care (DEASS): Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapie, Social Work
- 24 April 2017
course conducted by the Physiotherapie Landquart (DEASS)
- 6 May 2017
courses conducted by the Accademia Teatro Dimitri (ATD)
- 15 June 2017
courses conducted by the Department of Environment Construction and Design (DACD)
courses conducted by the Department of Business Economics, Health and Social Care (DEASS): Business Administration
courses conducted by the Department of Innovative Technologies (DTI)
Applications to the degree courses conducted by the Scuola universitaria di musica del Conservatorio della Svizzera italiana follow different procedures. Details can be found by following this link (in Italian).
Applications received after the specified deadlines will be accepted provided places are still available on the selected course.
For organizational reasons, the Department of Education and Learning cannot accept applications arriving after the deadline specified above.
After having evaluated the applications, or the selective tests specified for degree courses with a fixed number of places, and after having checked that the admission requirements have been met, the Departments will send applicants confirmation of their enrolment.
Applicants from other Countries (non-EU/EFTA)
Applicants from other Countries (non-EU/EFTA) must first undergo preliminary checks regarding their eligibility for the course, and pass any competitive and/or ability examinations that may be required. Admission then depends on a permit of stay being issued by the appropriate Cantonal and Federal Authorities.
Foreigners who are required to obtain a visa must make a visa application to the Swiss Consular representation abroad that has jurisdiction for their place of domicile. The visa application form is issued free of charge by this representation office abroad. It must be accompanied by the travel document, and, if requested, by further documentation testifying the reason for the journey.
For administrative reasons, applications to SUPSI must be made by 15 April 2017, while applications to the Cantonal Authorities for foreigners, together with the required documents, must be received by the SUPSI Executive by 30 June 2017.
Matriculation is completed provisionally until the applicant presents a copy of the residence certificate obtained, and becomes final only once this document has been received by SUPSI.
Applicants who must sit selection examinations significantly in advance of the start of their courses will usually receive short-term entry visas for study purposes, issued by the Swiss Consular representation abroad, in order to sit these examinations. Consult the following website (in Italian) for further information.
Before beginning the application, read the application information sheet carefully.
To begin your online application, click on the “application” link below:
The online procedure can be interrupted at any time. In order to return to your application, simply use the link that will be sent to your e-mail address; completed sections are saved automatically.
Should you require any information regarding the application procedure, or relating to the SUPSI degree courses, please contact the Advisory Service.