Executive Education UZH of the Faculty of Business, Economics and Informatics
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.
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In today's professional world, it is central for (prospective) managers to have a solid understanding of business administration in order to manage a company successfully in the long term. The Business Administration Executive Education programs are aimed at managers and prospective managers with an interest in general management, international management or medical leadership.
Finance & Real Estate
In today’s increasingly complex finance and real estate world, it is vital to understand interrelationships and structures through an economic as well as a sociocultural lens. Our executive education programs in Finance & Real Estate are aimed at ambitious professionals and leaders of all backgrounds with a need for scientifically sound and practically relevant continuing education in banking, (sustainable) finance, real estate and urban management.
Challenges around digitalization place high demands on applied (business) informatics. The Informatics programs are aimed at professionals and managers with previous knowledge of informatics who would like to further their education in the areas of data science, machine learning and blockchain, among others.
Massive Open Online Courses
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.