View Mobile version
While Lucerne is in the middle of the German-speaking part of Switzerland, you might be surprised to discover how international and English-driven a lot of our academic programmes are. After all, in a modern country with a strong global outlook and three (arguably four, including Romansh) home languages spoken in different regions, it is no surprise that English has prevailed as a language of study for ambitious Swiss and foreign students alike.
Students at the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts benefit from a central campus for each school and an open-minded atmosphere, combined with an excellent range of programmes and specialisations. Graduates are highly sought-after, leaving the university with an established academic and professional network, friends for life, and outstanding career prospects.
Taught completely in English
Are you something of a Renaissance mind, with goals and interests that span multiple academic disciplines or areas of expertise? Or are you eager to experience the ‘best of both’ – two centres of academic and technical excellence, two cities, and two different but complementary programmes?
Whatever your thinking, the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts has attractive dual degree programmes for you to choose from.
We know how important it is to nourish interdisciplinary curiosity, and are enthusiastic about enabling our students to reap the full benefits of an eye-opening dual degree programme with one of our partner institutions.
In addition to the uniquely valuable international academic experience, our flexible "almost-two-for-one" programmes allow students to experience the richness of both university cultures, to make cross-border contacts and to broaden their horizons.
Both the School of Engineering & Architecture and the School of Computer Science & Information Technology offer dual degree programmes with our excellent partner universities.
We provide you with an excellent career foundation, allowing you to make subject and specialisation choices to meet your own personal preferences and needs.