Most study programmes allow courses to be attended in parallel with professional activity, part-time or with a personalised study path.
The training purposefully combines face-to-face teaching activities with online or self-paced activities at a time and place best suited to the individual.
Financial Support and Scholarships
In order to make it possible to reconcile study with work, family or other commitments, SUPSI provides support to students in difficult financial situations through access to internal funds or scholarships.
Leave and extensions
In order to fulfil their extra-curricular commitments, students can apply for a leave of absence lasting between 1 and 4 semesters.
For deferrals of military service, community service and civil defence service, as well as for breaks more information here.
The SUPSI nurseries at the Manno, Viganello and Locarno campuses employ qualified teaching staff to care for and educate children from 4 months to 3-4 years of age. SUPSI students and employees have access to them at favourable conditions. Find out more.
Physics and computer modelling
Federica Trudu is a lecturer in Physics and Numerical Mathematics at the Department of Innovative Technologies (DTI). Her courses are aimed at first-year Bachelor students in Engineering and Management and Computer Science Engineering.
Education and business
Paolo Pedrazzoli is responsible for the Bachelor's Degree in Engineering and Management. The course trains professionals to fill technical-organisational roles in contexts requiring skills in the basic sciences of engineering, combined with knowledge of organisation and economics.
Innovation in the hearth of training
Andrea is co-responsible of the Bachelor in Leisure Management, teacher-researcher of the Master of Science in Business Administration and head of the 'Regional Development and Innovation Ecosystems' module for second-year students.