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Total of USI students

Total of USI students: 2822

Latest data available (academic year 2017-2018, autumn semester).

 

 

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  • By Faculty

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    Arc: Academy of Architecture
    BioMed: Faculty of Biomedical Sciences
    Com: Faculty of Communication Sciences
    Eco: Faculty of Economics
    Inf: Faculty of Informatics

     

    Note: the Faculty of Biomedical Sciences was created in 2014. At present, it offers only the Bachelor curriculum, in collaboration with the University of Basel. Admission to the program is limited to a maximum of 15 students per year.

  • By study programme

  • By Faculty and study programme

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    Arc: Academy of Architecture
    Com: Faculty of Communication Sciences
    Eco: Faculty of Economics
    Inf: Faculty of Informatics

     

    Note: the Faculty of Biomedical Sciences was created in 2014. At present, it offers only the Bachelor curriculum, in collaboration with the University of Basel. Admission to the program is limited to a maximum of 15 students per year.

  • Evolution

  • Evolution by Faculty

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    Arc: Academy of Architecture
    BioMed: Faculty of Biomedical Sciences
    Com: Faculty of Communication Sciences
    Eco: Faculty of Economics
    Inf: Faculty of Informatics

     

    Note: the Faculty of Biomedical Sciences has started the Bachelor courses during the academic year 2017-2018, in collaboration with the University of Basel. Admission to the program is limited to a maximum of 15 students per year.
    The Faculty of Informatics began offering courses and study programs in the academic year 2004-2005; before then, and starting from the academic year 2000-2001, only the students enrolled in the Master of Advanced Studies in Embedded Systems Design (ALaRI) were counted. This program was eventually merged into the Faculty of Informatics.

  • Evolution by programme

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    Note: the first Bachelor programmes were offered in the academic year 2001-2002, and the first Master programmes in 2004-2005, except for the Master in International Tourism, which started in 2002-2003.
    For the Executive programmes, until the academic year 2016-2017 only students enrolled in programmes leading to Executive Master / Master of Advanced Studies (MAS) degrees were considered; students enrolled in short programs (Certificate of Advanced Studies – CAS, Diploma of Advanced Studies, DAS, and Comprehensive Advanced Programmes) were therefore not counted.