If you don’t receive an e-mail, please check your spam folder. Applications can only be submitted online via the UZH application portal. Your complete application will be assessed by a committee of professors who will evaluate, in particular, your academic performance, letters of recommendation and motivation letter. The application for the joint master’s degree program Computational Biology and Bioinformatics must be done via ETH Zurich. The International Baccalaureate Supplementary Application must be completed by candidates applying to 11th grade who wish to pursue the IB Diploma. For administrative reasons, applications to SUPSI must be made by 15 April 2022, while applications to the Cantonal Authorities for foreigners, together with the required documents, must be received by the SUPSI Executive by 30 June 2022.
- Before you apply, consider visiting with a member of our Admissions Team.
- Late applications will be considered per available space in each programme.
- The study level will be changed after the graduation ceremony of your Bachelor’s Degree.
Knowledge of French is not an admission condition or a condition under which diplomas are awarded. The evaluation committees will take into consideration the difficulties encountered by many students around the world in the spring 2020 semester, due to the COVID-19 health crisis. Academic achievement in that semester, and its impact on overall performance, will be evaluated in that context. Before you apply, consider visiting with a member of our Admissions Team. You may schedule a campus tour, book an online information session, or submit your questions via our Request Information Form. We also encourage you to read through our Frequently Asked Questions page for information common topics.
Please Submit Your Complete Application File In Pdf Format To [email protected] Ch
The TASIS EAL Writing Proficiency Test and the Cambridge English Proficiency Test or TOEFL/TOEFL Jr/IELTS are required if English is not the candidate’s native language. Please contact the Admissions Office regarding the administration of these tests. A copy of the student’s passport page, indicating name, date of birth, and other vital information. The student’s passport needs to be valid for at least six months after entering the School.
Late applications will be considered only in the case of available places. Registrations for the autumn semester are possible from the beginning of February until the end of April. For the spring semester of the next year from the beginning of August until the end of October. For late registration, a late entry fee of CHF 150.- will be charged.
Applicants will be recruited until the limited places in the MEIG programme are distributed considering the date of arrival of the MEIG candidate application form. Admissions to the MEIG Programme are decided on the basis of the quality of the overall application file. Priority is given to academic achievement, recommendations and motivation letter. In this page you’ll find all necessary information in order to successfully complete the application procedure for all Bachelor’s and Master’s programmes.
Foreigners who are required to obtain a visa must make a visa application to the Swiss Consular representation abroad that has jurisdiction for their place of domicile. The visa application form is issued free of charge by this representation office abroad. It must be accompanied by the travel document, and, if requested, by further documentation testifying the reason for the journey. SUPSI reserves the right to cancel programmes or courses should the number of applications be insufficient.