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Its employees’ thirst for knowledge greatly contributes to the development of the HSLU. That is why it offers a varied range of development opportunities to help their employees to further expand their specialist knowledge and acquire new skills.
Employees regularly review and discuss their individual portfolio to ensure the continuous development of skills and knowledge.
The Centre for Learning, Teaching and Research offers advice and training programmes in the fields of university teaching and learning media. It also offers the services of experienced mentors.
Discussing projects with one’s peers is a key aspect of research. The HSLU offers financial support and generously allocates working hours for networking purposes.
The HSLU supports dissertation projects by providing advice around choice of topic, organising colloquia and—in certain instances—by offering financial compensation or approving time off.
To gain practical experience outside the institution, employees may reduce their work hours or complete intermittent stints in the industry.
The Swiss European Mobility Programme offers the opportunity to study or work abroad. It supports participation in international conferences and projects and offers a range of language courses in its language centre.
Long-standing employees may apply for a sabbatical for professional or private purposes.
Based on the employee’s needs, the HSLU supports in-house or external training and continuing education programmes.
Employees may attend courses offered by the language centre free of charge.
Long-standing employees may apply for a paid sabbatical for professional or private purposes.