The Master in Health Sciences is an ambitious full time 2-year program. Besides lectures (usually Tuesday to Thursday), there is a considerable workload to be done on one’s own. Depending on individual commitment and discipline, part-time work is still possible. At the beginning and end of the terms, there may be block courses scheduled for one or two whole weeks. After the 2nd semester, master students work for 6 months in a research internship (usually 3 days per week) besides visiting lectures at the university.

The regular deadline is 30 April.


Late applications are accepted as followes (CHF 150.00 charge for late applications):

until 31.08.: For applicants who do not require a visa (citizens of CH, EU, EFTA, Japan, New Zealand)

until 30.06.: For applicants who require a visa (citizens of all other countries)

If you are not sure whether you require a visa, please check the website of the State Secretariat for Migration (SEM): https://www.sem.admin.ch/sem/en/home/publiservice/weisungen-kreisschreiben/visa/liste1_staatsangehoerigkeit.html

Please note that application fees can neither be reimbursed nor transferred to another semester.

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