The Executive Education UZH of the Faculty Business, Economics and Informatics offers a variety of flexible continuing education opportunities for both prospective and experienced leaders – scientifically sound and practice-oriented thanks to renowned professors and experts from the business world. Below you will find information on the individual areas.
Do you want to take on a management role in a company sometime in the future? Here you will deal with all aspects of entrepreneurship, look for new answers and learn to recognize potential at an early stage.
Do you want to prepare for a management position in an international business environment? Here you will learn about the influences of interculturality on all areas of business management - and also learn to apply your knowledge in practice right away.
Do you want to prepare yourself for a leadership role in healthcare? Here you will gain knowledge in all entrepreneurial disciplines, deal with the most current challenges in medical care and gain new perspectives on how to meet them in a more innovative and self-determined way.
Want to help shape the financial industry of the future? Here you'll gain the freedom to identify new potential, question the existing more courageously and set out together with others.
Are you planning a career move in real estate or spatial development? Here you will gain a broad, multidisciplinary understanding of the drivers and potentials of this weighty industry and gain the ability to help shape its future.
Want to keep up with the latest developments in digitalization and business informatics? Here you'll encounter the current state of research in Data Science, Machine Learning and Blockchain and acquire the knowledge edge to freely shape your career.
Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) are online university courses that can be accessed for free and at any time. After launching the first MOOC, hosted by a UZH member in 2013, our Faculty has further strengthened its online presence. Two recently launched MOOCs created by the Department of Banking and Finance and the Department of Business Administration aim to make basic finance and probability know-how accessible, not only to students, but to the general public too.