Freedom and individual responsibility, entrepreneurial spirit and open-mindedness: ETH Zurich stands on a bedrock of true Swiss values. The university for science and technology dates back to the year 1855, when the founders of modern-day Switzerland created it as a center of innovation and knowledge.
At ETH Zurich,students discover an ideal environment for independent thinking,researchers, a climate which inspires top performance. Situated in the heart of Europe, yet forging connections all over the world, ETH Zurich is pioneering effective solutions to the global challenges of today and tomorrow.
In order to cope with humanity’s major challenges, a combination of disciplinary approaches in multidisciplinary teams, or a multidisciplinary approach, is often necessary. This is why ETH Zurich concentrates on several main focus areas in addition to departmental activities. The research focuses on the needs of society – be that at a local, national or global level – and so makes a valuable contribution to politics, the economy and society.
|Bachelor Civil Engineering||Zurich|
|Bachelor Electrical Engineering and Information Technology||Zurich|
|Bachelor Environmental Engineering||Zurich|
|Bachelor Geospatial Engineering||Zurich|
|Bachelor Materials Science||Zurich|
|Bachelor Mechanical Engineering||Zurich|
|Bachelor Pharmaceutical Sciences||Zurich|
|Master Biomedical Engineering||Zurich|
|Master Chemical and Bioengineering||Zurich|
|Master Civil Engineering||Zurich|
|Master Electrical Engineering and Information Technology||Zurich|
|Master Energy Science and Technology||Zurich|
|Master Environmental Engineering||Zurich|
|Master Integrated Building Systems||Zurich|
|Master Materials Science||Zurich|
|Master Mechanical Engineering||Zurich|
|Master Micro and Nano systems||Zurich|
|Master Nuclear Engineering||Zurich|
|Master Pharmaceutical Sciences||Zurich|
|Master Process Engineering||Zurich|
Two building complexes on the campus, built in 2016, provide accommodation for around 900 students. ETH Zurich wants to create the best possible learning and study conditions for its students, so with their excellent infrastructure and proximity to the lecture halls and laboratories, the two residential units are ideal. The buildings are in line with ETH Zurich’s strategy of consolidating and revitalising its campus.
The two residential buildings, HWW and HWO, contain numerous workstations for students as well as space for the student association (VSETH), the doctoral association (AVETH), the Language Center of the University of Zurich and ETH Zurich, another day nursery, and other offerings such as a hairdresser. In this way they support the development of the Hönggerberg campus as a district with local services and a resource-saving approach to mobility.