As a leading university of applied sciences in Switzerland, FHNW is composed of nine schools at four main campuses in the operating cantons Aargau, Basel-Landschaft, Basel-Stadt and Solothurn. Its broad range of degree programmes, hands-on concept, innovative research and global network make the FHNW a diverse educational institution and a sought-after partner in industry.
The School of Engineering and Architecture of Fribourg enjoys a privileged location in Switzerland at the junction of languages and cultures. With more than 110 years of experience, the School of Engineering and Architecture’s task is to train engineers and architects. It currently hosts approximately 1000 students distributed among eight professional college degree programs.
The University of Applied Sciences and Arts of Southern Switzerland (SUPSI) is a professional university with around 4700 students in the canton of Ticino. SUPSI offers more than 30 Bachelor’s Degree and Master’s Degree courses, characterized by cutting edge education which unites classical theoretical-scientific instruction with a professional orientation.
The University of Applied Sciences Rapperswil (HSR – Hochschule für Technik Rapperswil) is a technical university in Rapperswil with 1600 students. It offers eight Bachelor programs and one Master program in Engineering. HSR is part of the University of Applied Sciences of Eastern Switzerland.
Situated in the heart of Europe, yet forging connections all over the world, ETH Zurich is a Swiss Federal Institute of Technology pioneering solutions to the global challenges of today and tomorrow. It has more than 19,000 students from over 120 different countries.
Located in Yverdon-les-Bains, the School of Management and Engineering Vaud (HEIG-VD – Haute Ecole d’Ingénierie et de Gestion du Canton de Vaud) offers ten Bachelor programs in engineering and business management. With its 1,600 Bachelor students, it is the largest partner in the University of Applied Sciences of Western Switzerland (HES-SO).
Rapyuta Robotics is a young technology startup with offices in Japan, India and Switzerland. It has longterm ambitions to develop a cloud robotics platform that will become the backbone of a new technology hub that unites hardware developers, software developers, businesses and end-users alike.
Cardiotrack is a disruptive healthcare diagnostics company that is making heart healthcare delivery more accessible and efficient. The company’s mission is to significantly reduce the cost of diagnosis through continuous innovation.
Systemantics is a contemporary high-tech industrial robotics company on a mission to enable widespread adoption of industrial automation. We design and manufacture industrial robotics arms with simple user interfaces that are affordable to small and medium size industries.
Is an art studio engaged in develop custom mechatronic systems for emotive animatronics. They collaborate with a number of engineering and research institutions with access to an excellent precision and hand manufacturing processes.
Qrera is founded with the idea of developing interesting machines, products and services to make the research more fun, interesting and efficient by providing elegant Engineering solutions.
Meet swissnex India, the founder of the India Industry Internships initiative, who connects Switzerland and India in the fields of science, education, art and innovation. An initiative of the Swiss State Secretariat for Education, Research and Innovation (SERI), in association with the Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs, swissnex India is a part of the Consulate General of Switzerland in Bangalore.
On the shores of Lake Geneva, tucked between the mountains of the Jura and the Alps, the canton of Vaud is the largest French-speaking region of Switzerland. The Canton is known for the presence of numerous multinationals and international organizations and is home to many premier educational institutions offering world-class education.
ETH Global is the international office of ETH Zurich. It fosters international relations and partnerships in research and education and enhances the institution’s visibility abroad.
Making science effective, Gebert Rüf Stiftung fosters innovations for the benefit of Swiss economy and society. To the tune of around CHF 15 million p.a. it supports application-oriented and impact-oriented scientific projects at Swiss universities.