Students applying for Mobility within Switzerland do not have to pay any application fee. Applicants for a specialized Master’s programor for a PhD program are required to pre-register with the respective institute or graduate school before applying through the UZH application portal. For information about the pre-registration and pre-registration deadlines please refer to the websites of the institutes and graduate schools. You will be requested to pay a first amount of CHF 3’000 net of bank charges within the deadlines set in the admission letter and the tuition fees invoice. All complete applications will be assessed by the MEIG Executive Committee. The Executive Committee of the programme may at any time require applicants to provide further information, in addition to the documents submitted as part of the application.
- You will be sent a confirmation by e-mail once UZH has received your application.
- You can only take advantage of university services if you are registered; in other words attend lectures and take part in performance checks.
- Please click on one of the links below to receive our application packet.
- Please note that the information you have entered will never be saved automatically; you need to click “Save” at the bottom of the page (or the “Continue” button where you select the course of study).
- To do so, please click “Save and Pay” (or “Submit” when applying for Mobility within Switzerland).
To register an international trade mark without making any mistakes and to respond appropriately to any objections can be difficult for someone with no experience in trade mark protection. This is the portal for professionals working in the field of intellectual property. Please specify whether you gained your university entry qualification at a school or higher education institution in Switzerland or abroad. Students with weak or no prior knowledge of French must take an intensive French course, lasting three weeks before the start of the first semester. They must register for this course at the time of confirming their enrolment.
For Bachelor And Master Studies Application Deadlines Are
However, it cannot be guaranteed that application files that arrive after 5 January 2022 will be able to be processed for the spring semester. The application deadline for the spring semester 2022 elapsed on 30 November 2021. An official transcript of the student’s school records for the past two years. Parents should request an official transcript to be sent directly to TASIS from each school attended in the last two years.
If your application is incomplete or the files you have submitted do not meet the requisite quality standards, you will be sent a written request to supply the relevant information or files. Please upload these documents via the application portal in your application and re-submit it by click on the “re-submit” button or – if you are requested to do so – submitthe originalof the document in question. The degree programs that are displayed depend on the level or type of study and the faculty selected. The study programs, on the other hand, depend on the degree program selected and the type of program (e.g. major 90, etc.). If the study program of your choice is not shown, you may have to change the degree program or type of program. Also find out what the main language of instruction is for your chosen study programs.
Pay Application Fee Online And Submit Application
Our selection committees give priority consideration to academic achievement and motivation. Academic achievement is documented using transcripts and recommendations. Motivation factors should be clarified in the cover letter/statement of purpose. Applications for the spring semester 2022 can still be handed in until at the very latest 15 March 2022.
If you are interested in applying for our International Baccalaureate program, please complete theInternational Baccalaureate Applicationin addition to your regular application. Three teacher recommendations from the student’s present school, preferably from the principal, head teacher, or counselor, and teachers of English and Math. A transcript of the student’s school records for the past three years and any grade reports. We also encourage you to read through our Frequently Asked Questions page for information about common topics.