Why USI

Seven reasons for choosing USI:

  • Quality of the Swiss university system
  • International faculty
  • Leading interdisciplinary education
  • Teacher/student ratio 1 to 9
  • Strong ties with the business world
  • Flexible structure, open to the exchange of ideas
  • International, dynamic and welcoming environment

Dzmitry Bazhko

Master in International Tourism graduate

"USI is a very international university. In my class alone, there were students representing 19 different countries. The USI campus is equally modern and accommodating. The courses combine applied projects, often involving local businesses. This helps students obtain real-life experience in the business world."

USI is a young and agile university that offers its students a quality education and an enhancing study experience. International faculty teach students with an interdisciplinary, engaging and interactive approach, leaving room for practical application.

The quality of the study curricula is complemented by USI small size, its cosmopolitan environment and its informal and dynamic culture.

These elements make USI a hub of opportunity open to the world, where students can engage in direct dialogue with their professors and define their educational path, discover unexpected horizons, and embrace international careers.

 

USI key figures  

Bachelors

6

Masters

24

Advanced Studies programmes

9

Doctoral programmes

8

Graduates with employment 1 year after graduation

93,2%

Students

3923

Countries represented

99

Teacher / student ratio

1 / 9

Average rating given to courses by students

8 / 10

Partner universities for academic mobility

100

Total number of graduates

10347

Academic Year 2021/22
 

Events
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01.
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Attraverso muri di silenzio. La poesia che cura: un percorso di Giustizia riparativa

Faculty of Communication, Culture and Society, Faculty of Economics
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2022
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01.
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Academy of Architecture
07
February
2022
07.
02.
2022

KNOWINT22 - Fonti di conoscenza nell'interazione orale

Faculty of Communication, Culture and Society