Cooperation: The Master of Science (MSc) in Life Sciences is offered in cooperation with four Swiss universities of applied sciences which each offer a unique Master’s study programme in life sciences.
Research-based learning: The Master’s thesis is the central focus of this study programme and it is based on individual research. The necessary background knowledge is acquired in individually selected modules, designed to provide the competences demanded by the market. Individual supervision by motivated lecturers ensures that Master’s students receive the benefit of a personalised programme.
Providing solutions for the world of work: Throughout their studies, Master’s students from universities of applied sciences focus on application-oriented research. Their Master’s thesis is normally based on concrete questions from the world of work, often in close collaboration with a national or international company or a private or public organisation. This ensures direct relevance to practical issues.