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You apply for the minor programs offered by our Faculty during matriculation using an online application, or during semester enrollment.
Admission to the University is regulated by the ordinance on admission to studies at the University of Zurich and by the Faculty program regulations.
Ordinance on admission to studies at the University of Zurich
If you are studying a major program in another UZH faculty and would like to study Business and Economics or Informatics as a minor program, our Faculty offers various options for you to do so. You will find an overview on the following page:
Minor programs offered to students from other faculties
Admission to a Bachelor's minor program is managed by the UZH Admissions Office as part of the matriculation procedure.
Admission to a Master's minor program involves the following three steps:
The following information provides you with an indication of the categorization you may expect.
Business and Economics
It is possible for students to achieve a higher categorization by submitting relevant GMAT or GRE scores.
Additional requirements and conditions are Bachelor's-level modules (Bachelor's courses and/or a Bachelor's thesis) that you must complete in addition to the Master's program. Additional requirements must be fulfilled by a certain deadline during the Master's program. Conditions must be met prior to the Master's program. It is important to note that most Bachelor's courses are held in German.
The deadlines specified for any additional requirements or conditions and the maximum permitted number of failed attempts according to the decision on admission are binding.
Students pursuing a major program at the Faculty of Business, Economics and Informatics can select freely from the internal minor programs offered by the Faculty and published in the course catalogue. There is no further specialized academic review for admission to the minor program. You are responsible for filling any gaps in your education or skills. The knowledge you are expected to have can be found in the course catalogue.
For admission to faculty-external minor programs offered by other faculties, the requirements of the relevant faculty must be taken into account. It is possible that additional requirements or conditions will need to be met. Please note that some of these must be completed in German. You can find out the requirements and necessary language skills from the relevant faculty.