International skills for professional practice
Internationalization stops for no-one. Already today, many larger and smaller businesses have English as their official company language. However, professionals today and in future not only need language skills, but also familiarity with other cultures.
A semester abroad has a significant impact on the students’ personal development. For most of them, the exchange semester represents the first extended stay in a foreign country. This requires a high degree of autonomy and self-organization—both skills that will prove helpful in the students’ future careers.
Study Business Engineering in English
Would you like to take as many English-taught modules as possible? You can because most modules are delivered in both German and English. If you like, you can take English-taught modules from the very start and prepare for your semester abroad and for the challenge of forging a career after graduation.
Have your internationality certified
In addition to specializing within your study program, there’s another option to complement your bachelor’s degree with a certificate. What is it?
- Taking a certain share of your modules in English.
- You will attend at least one semester abroad
- While studying in Switzerland, you will be assigned to a foreign incoming student attending an exchange semester in Switzerland
- Before graduating, you can have your English language skills certified (CEF Level C1)
Double degree with a diploma from a partner university
If you like, you can even extend your semester abroad and graduate at the partner university while simultaneously getting your BSc diploma from the HSLU.