Department in numbers
The Department of Innovative Technologies offers several full-time and part-time degree programs oriented towards people who want to continue their professional training and add a Bachelor’s degree to their own cultural portfolio. After the Bachelor’s programme, training continues with a Master’s specialization.

The strength of the Department of Innovative Technologies is the preparation, based on practice, of professors, teachers and all staff who, through their professionalism, make candidates competent in their field during the three academic years.

Research constitutes more than 50% of the activities of the Department of Innovative Technologies.


  • 5 full-time Bachelor's courses
  • 2 part-time Bachelor's courses
  • 2 Master's courses
  • about 100 continuing education courses
  • 5 research institutes
  • 20 specialized technological laboratories

Students and collaborators

  • more than 600 students (Bachelor + Master)
  • 800 students in continuing education
  • 321 collaborators


  • 250 Collaborators
  • 5 Research institutes
  • More than 20 Research and Educational laboratories
  • 17M CHF/year budget (12M CHF/ year third party fund)
  • 150 running project/year
    - More than 60 new projects/year
  • 6 patents/year
  • More than 100 scientific papers/year