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Application Master’s Degree Programme

Application Master’s Degree Programme

This intensive course will be followed by a weekly course during the first year. There are separate procedures (see application for studies in medicine/dental medicine), if you seek admission to studies in medicine/dental medicine. Applications for admission to all three levels are done online. Please feel free to contact our Admissions Office if you have any questions.

  • All applicants will be informed in writing on the outcome of their admission request.
  • However, it cannot be guaranteed that application files that arrive after 5 January 2022 will be able to be processed for the spring semester.
  • You may need to log out and then log in again, so that your data can be updated.
  • At the Bachelor’s level, only certain degree programs allow you to start your studies in the spring semester.
  • Admission decisions will be notified by letter, in electronic format only.
  • Please specify whether you gained your university entry
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Application Master’s Degree Programme

Application Master’s Degree Programme

To submit your trade mark application online, use the online application system IR-Online , which will take you through the process step by step, including giving you explanations on how to fill in the various sections. Once the review of your application is complete, UZH will send you a letter of admission or rejection. Please also take note of any appendix to the letter of admission regarding conditions and/or additional requirements. You can view the processing status of your application at any time in the application portal.

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.

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Application Master’s Degree Programme

Application Master’s Degree Programme

Enter the information requested, upload a passport photo and the required documents. To create a Switch edu-ID, you will be required to give your full name and email address. After creating a Switch edu-ID, you will be able to use the online application option.

  • All applicants will be informed in writing on the outcome of their admission request.
  • Information for students of the Master of Science in Engineering at the ZHAW School of Engineering.
  • Knowledge of French is not required to enrol in our programmes but the Institute offers intensive French language courses to encourage bilingualism among its students.
  • At the Bachelor’s level, only certain degree programs allow you to start your studies in the spring semester.
  • You will be guided through the application, admission and enrolment process.
  • This intensive course will be followed by a weekly course during the first year.

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Application Master’s Degree Programme

Application Master’s Degree Programme

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.

  • You will be sent a confirmation by e-mail once UZH has received your application.
  • 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
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