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Admissions and fees

  • Direct admission: students with a Bachelor's degree in Economics or Management/Business from a Swiss university

    Students with a Bachelor's degree from a Swiss university in

    • Economics
    • Management/Business

    are directly admitted.

  • Conditional admission: students with another Bachelor's degree from a Swiss university

    Applications by students with a different Bachelor's degree from a Swiss university (such as Political Sciences or International Relations) will be reviewed by the admissions committee.

    • If the completed Bachelor's curriculum includes more than 30 ECTS in Economics and quantitative methods, students can be admitted directly.
    • If the completed Bachelor's curriculum does not cover Economics and quantitative methods to a sufficient extent, students will be required to complete a one-term (30 ECTS) pre-programme. The pre-programme will be composed of courses from the Bachelor's degree in Economics, tailored to the specific needs of each candidate.
  • Conditional admission: students with a Bachelor's degree from a Swiss university of applied sciences (HES)

    Applications by students with a Bachelor's degree from a Swiss university of applied sciences (HES) will be reviewed by the admissions committee.

    Depending upon qualifications, students will be required to complete a one-term (30 ECTS) or  two-term (60 ECTS) pre-programme in Economics. The pre-programme will be composed of courses from the Bachelor's degree in Economics, tailored to the specific needs of each candidate.

  • Students with a non-Swiss degree

    Applications by students with a non-Swiss degree are reviewed by the admissions committee.

    Depending on qualifications and grades, students can be admitted directly. In some cases, students may be asked to complete a one-term (30 ECTS) or two-terms (60 ECTS) pre-programme in Economics. The pre-programme will be composed of courses from the Bachelor's degree in Economics, tailored to the specific needs of each candidate.

Tuition fees

  • CHF 515.00 per semester for Swiss residents
  • CHF 790.00 per semester for non-Swiss residents.

Teaching language

The programme is taught entirely in English, so a good command of the language is highly recommended.