FHNW School of Business
Short terms: advanced training for 1.000 Chinese executives
The successful programme for Chinese executives enters the next round: Last week, a new five-year contract with Heilongjiang Province in northeastern China was closed. more...
A successful start for exploreASEAN
The international student project had an extremely successful first realization. Highlight was the two week onsite seminar in Singapore, Malaysia and Vietnam. more...
New Study Tour Destination: Silicon Valley
Each year our MSc Students have the chance to go on a study tour to Brazil or South Africa. Now another very popular destination will be visited in August 2016: Silicon Valley! more...
The School of Business is a leading establishment in education, executive education and internationalisation in Switzerland.
Bachelor, Master and Continuing Education
With over 130 academic programmes and related activities (EMBA, Master of Advanced Studies, courses seminars and workshops), the FHNW School of Business is Switzerland’s leading provider of continuing education in business management. It tutors more than 2 500 students in Bachelor and Masters degree programmes, undertakes applied research and development and is an active player in the field of consultancy.
Training for Swiss and international business
We train executives and managers for Swiss and international business with an emphasis on small and medium-sized enterprises. Later in their careers we offer a uniquely broad pallette of continuing education opportunities. We enable students and clients to access up-to-the-minute knowledge that can be applied in the real world.
Know-how at three campuses
Remaining close to our regional customers is vital. Being active at three campuses (Basel, Brugg/Windisch and Olten) places expertise in close proximity to the customer.
Knowledge and technology transfer
The quality of the knowledge imparted and of the teaching is guaranteed by experienced teaching staff, who have practice-oriented knowledge, and research assistants in possession of the latest know-how. To help put into practice what has been learnt in as straightforward and concise a manner as possible, the School makes use of a number of strategies. We draw on projects awarded by companies, application-oriented tasks and a broad cross-section of teaching and learning modes.
We are also the natural, professional partner for any company seeking to venture abroad to China, India, the USA or Europe. We offer special international programmes of education and, with cooperation treaties in place with over 130 partner-universities, we are in a position to secure an intensive exchange of teaching staff and students throughout the world.