Please note that the English regulations are solely for information purposes and have no legal validity. For any case of legal proceedings the German regulations ALONE have legal validity.
Your studies at the Faculty of Business, Economics and Informatics are based on the regulations. They contain (almost) everything you need to know with regard to your studies. Any decision the Faculty makes is based on the regulations. They include information on all topics related to studies.
Students are supposed to have knowledge of the regulations and contents of this website.
- Framework ordinance: Every degree program is based on a framework ordinance approved by the Board of the University and included in the Zurich collection of laws. A framework ordinance contains the fundamental principles underlying a degree program.
- Program regulations: Based on the framework ordinance, the Faculty sets up program regulations, detailing the provisions of the framework ordinance.
- Fact sheets: For specific subjects, additional fact sheets may be available. They are based on resolutions of the Faculty Board and elaborate on the implementation of the specifications in the program regulations.
The regulations below are the foundations effective for the Bachelor's, Master's and Doctoral programs of the Faculty of Business, Economics and Informatics as well as for the minor programs offered to students from other faculties.
Previous framework ordinance and program regulations until FS22 (RVO16)
A new framework ordinance and program regulations for the Bachelor's and Master's degree programs at the Faculty of Business, Economics and Informatics came into effect in fall semester 2022.
Change of the program regulation (RVO16) as per HS21
Adjustments to the program regulation have been made beginning with the fall semester of 2021. The adjustments will affect major- and minor programs at Bachelor's and Master's level in Informatics (especially the major program Artificial Intelligence) and the introduction of three new minor programs at Master's level in Business and Economics (Marketing, Sports Management and Sustainable Finance).
Transitional guidelines Informatics as per HS21
Below you can find the list of modules that still can be transferred toward the minor area GI (Foundations of Computing):
Graduation registration forms for the major programs in informatics
Below you can find the graduation registration forms for the Bachelor's and Master's major programs in informatics to provide assistance in the transition.
Curricula according to program regulations V1.0
Previous MSc QF framework ordinance and program regulations until FS22
Master Program in Quantitative Finance (RVO08 MSc QF UZH ETH Zurich)
A new framework ordinance and new program regulations for the Master's degree program in Quantitative Finance at the Faculty of Business, Economics and Informatics came into effect in fall semester 2022.
Transitional guidelines MSc QF as per HS22
Curriculum according to program regulations (RVO08 und SO08)
If you graduate according to the Transitional regulations of the Program regulations SO08, the requirements according to this document apply.
Doctorate in Business and Economics (PVO13)
Doctorate in Neuroeconomics (PVO10)
Doctorate in Informatics (PVO08)
In this section you will find further regulations of the Faculty.