Studying abroad

Take advantage of our extensive partner network with international universities and faculties. 

General information

Regardless of which mobility program you decide on, you will find useful instructions for the steps to be taken on our website.

Procedures

Procedures

An overview of the partner universities can be found on the following websites:

Partner universities of the Faculty of Business, Economics and Informatics
Mobility-Online platform (all UZH partner universities)

Economics as well as Business Administration students can apply for the respective Economics or Business Administration partner universities. Banking and Finance and Management and Economics students have the choice of all Economics and Business Administration partner universities.

As a rule, at least two exchange offerings are available per university. Students have the opportunity to study for one or two semesters at one of the participating universities. It is not possible, however, to study for one semester each at two different partner universities.

Agreements

You will find an overview of the various mobility programs on this page.

Agreements

Your preference of country or a specific university is decisive in selecting a mobility program or agreement. The Swiss-European Mobility Programme (SEMP) is limited to Europe. Bilateral agreements made by the university, faculty or a department offer the opportunity to apply to partner universities around the world. If there is no agreement with your university of choice, a study abroad stay can also be organized independently.