Total of USI students

Data on students enrolled at USI are collected annually at the end of the autumn semester.

 

Latest data available.

 

 

Detailed figures:

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  • By Faculty

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    Arc: Academy of Architecture
    BioMed: Faculty of Biomedical Sciences
    Com: Faculty of Communication, Culture and Society*
    Eco: Faculty of Economics
    Inf: Faculty of Informatics

     

    * formerly Faculty of Communication Sciences

     

  • By study programme

  • By Faculty and study programme

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    Arc: Academy of Architecture
    BioMed: Faculty of Biomedical Sciences
    Com: Faculty of Communication, Culture and Society*
    Eco: Faculty of Economics
    Inf: Faculty of Informatics

     

    * formerly Faculty of Communication Sciences

     

  • Evolution

  • Evolution by Faculty

    Detailed figures (table)

     

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    Arc: Academy of Architecture
    BioMed: Faculty of Biomedical Sciences
    Com: Faculty of Communication, Culture and Society*
    Eco: Faculty of Economics
    Inf: Faculty of Informatics

     

    * formerly Faculty of Communication Sciences

    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. During the academic year 2018-2019 the Faculty has started the doctoral programme. 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

    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 2003-2004. For the Advanced Studies programmes, 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.