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SUPSI offers Bachelor's, Master's and Diploma programmes in the fields of Architecture and Construction, Design, Business management, Teacher Training, Social Work, Music and Theatre, Healthcare, Engineering and Information Technology.

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Enrollment for Bachelor's and Master's degree programmes for the 2024-2025 academic year is open from 20 November 2023. Open Days, online information appointments and numerous other opportunities to gather useful information for choosing one's course of study are available to all interested parties.

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Con il suo modello di studio flessibile "blended learning", la Fernfachhochschule Schweiz (FFHS) è l'e-university leader in Svizzera.

La FFHS è una Scuola universitaria professionale (SUP) accreditata a livello istituzionale con sede centrale a Briga e sedi a Zurigo, Berna, Basilea e San Gallo.

Con il suo modello di studio "Blended Learning", la FFHS ha oltre 25 anni di esperienza nella formazione digitale e consente ai suoi attuali 2.800 studenti di studiare in modo indipendente dal tempo e dal luogo.

Il programma di studi comprende nove corsi di laurea e quattro di master, oltre a circa 70 corsi di formazione continua nei settori dell'economia e della tecnologia, dell'informatica, della salute e dell'e-learning.

Nei suoi tre istituti di ricerca, la FFHS conduce ricerche orientate all'applicazione nei settori della scienza del web, del management e dell'innovazione, della salute e dell'e-learning ed è titolare di una cattedra UNESCO per l'apprendimento a distanza personalizzato e adattivo.

​​​​​​​Dal 2004, la FFHS è una scuola affiliata alla Scuola universitaria professionale della Svizzera italiana (SUPSI) ed è integrata nella strategia globale della SUPSI.
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The flexible 'blended learning' study model of the Fernfachhochschule Schweiz (FFHS) combines online study with face-to-face classes, allowing for a largely self-determined learning experience and personal time management.

The FFHS is an institutionally accredited university of applied sciences (UAS) with headquarters in Brig and locations in Zurich, Berne, Basel and St. Gallen.
Since 2004, the FFHS has been an affiliated school of the University of Applied Sciences and Arts of Southern Switzerland (SUPSI) and is integrated into SUPSI's overall strategy.

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More details on the figures for Undergraduate and Graduate Studies can be found in the SUPSI Statistical Annex 2021.
  • 6'200
    Students in training
  • 1'221
    Graduates in 2021
  • 81%
    of graduates  work one year after graduation
  • 11%
    of graduates continue their education

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Open days/evenings are held between January and March each year, during which, for example, the content of the course, professional outlets and the admission procedure are presented. It is also possible to visit the campus and meet directly with students and lecturers.

SUPSI qualifications are valid both in Switzerland and worldwide. In regulated professions, SUPSI qualifications also qualify for the profession in Switzerland, while in other countries it is necessary to check with the relevant body for recognition.

You can take a semester an maximum one year at another university in Switzerland or abroad through related agreements. Find more information and reference contacts on the dedicated page.

They are a contribution to the costs of teaching (school materials, charges for visits, general administrative and secretarial costs, teaching and IT support, etc.).

Following the Bologna Reform, study courses have been structured into modules and each module is allocated a number of study credits according to the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS). One ECTS credit is equivalent to a workload of 25 to 30 hours. 60 credits represent the annual workload in the case of full-time education. A Bachelor's degree requires 180 ECTS and a Master's degree 90 to 120 ECTS.

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