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Faculty of Business, Economics and Informatics

Master's Degree Programs

The Master's program at the Faculty of Business, Economics and Informatics provides an advanced academic education and allows you to build your own profile. A Master's degree qualifies you for demanding jobs anywhere in the world. It offers the opportunity to start a professional career or, for suitable candidates, to continue their academic career in a Doctoral program.

Admission to the Master's program generally requires a Bachelor's degree in the fields of business and economics or informatics from a university or an equivalent degree. The Faculty may make the Master's degree dependent on demonstration of additional knowledge and skills that must be acquired prior to or during the Master's program.

With the exception of Business Administration, all specializations at the Master's level are taught in English.

Shaping a clear profile thanks to major and minor programs

The Master's program at our Faculty is divided into a major and a minor program, which you can choose according to your strengths and interests. Regardless of the specialization you choose, a total of 120 ECTS credits must be completed.

At Master's level, a minor program will give you the chance to hone your knowledge of a particular specialization and add a highlight to your CV.


Minor study programs for students from other faculties (30 ECTS credits)

Weiterführende Informationen

How to proceed?

You plan to pursue a Master's program at our Faculty. Information on the next steps you need to take is available here.

Application and admission: For assuming studies at our Faculty, you first need to apply to the University of Zurich.
Application and admission

Admission based on academic background: If you have a Bachelor's degree from another higher education institution, get informed about the categorization process.
Admission to the Master's program

Changing program: Being a student at our Faculty, you have come to the conclusion that another study program might fit your interests even better.
Changing program

Regulations: You will find everything you need to know about your studies in the regulations.

Questions on your program of studies: You are pursuing studies at our Faculty and have specific questions? Our academic advisors or the Dean's Office are ready to help you.