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Business

Practice-oriented degree courses with an international focus- that you can take on a leadership role in a networked world.

With us you can complete a Bachelor's and Master's degree in Management and Business Information Technology. You do not need any previous knowledge in business or programming - we impart this knowledge step by step.

The management courses train you to become a business professional with a special field such as economic psychology or marketing. In the business information technology courses you will learn to understand business and IT and to find innovative solutions at their interface.

Bachelor of Science (BSc) programmes

The Bachelor's programme usually lasts 6-8 semesters and can be completed in German or English.

Degree Programmes in Management

BSc in International Business Management (trinational), BSc in Business Administration (International Management), BSc in Betriebsökonomie

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Degree Programmes in Business Information Technology

BSc in Business Information Technology, BSc in Wirtschaftsinformatik

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Inform yourself

We offer various trial days and information events.

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Why FHNW School of Business

5 reasons to study business at FHNW.

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Should I study business?

This online test (in German) gives you an impression of how well your skills and personality traits fit in with your studies at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland. The assessment is based on four modules and can be interrupted after each module. If you answer all modules, the test lasts approx. 2 hours.

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Master programmes

Would you like to go into your subject in more depth after your bachelor’s degree and are interested in applied research? We also offer master’s programmes as an excellent alternative to going straight into the world of work. The programmes can be attended full-time or part-time. If you already have several years of work experience and are planning the next phase of your career, we recommend a Master of Advanced Studies (MAS) or an MBA programme.

MSc International Management

For managing the Sharing Economy and Digital Future.

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MSc Business Information Systems

Learn to innovate in the digital economy.

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MSc Medical Informatics

Apply digital techniques and artificial intelligence in healthcare.

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Information events on our Master's degrees

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News of the FHNW School of Business

Nov 18, 2019

“Keep it up – your commitment will pay off”

Focus, motivation and dedication are the ingredients that make studying at a University of Applied Sciences into a success story. Florian Bammatter’s ...

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Nov 04, 2019

“Openness is the key to learning and growing”

Constantin Buda followed his passion and his heart – from Romania via Switzerland to Finland. Here is his story and his journey in his own words.

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Oct 28, 2019

„Detours often hold the most interesting opportunities“

Michèle Gauderon graduated in the BSc Business Administration (International Management) from the FHNW School of Business in 2007. Afterwards, she embarked on ...

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Events of the FHNW School of Business

Nov 19, 2019, Zürich

HR-Corner

Aktuelle Fragen zum internationalen Human Resource Management

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Nov 26, 2019, Olten

Blockchain

NEO-Network Keynote mit Accenture

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Nov 26, 2019, Brugg

Leadership-Talk mit Ulrich F. Zwygart

«Noch nie war Management so einfach zu verstehen: Praxisbezogen und mit Empfehlungen stellt Ulrich Zwygart die Essenz des Managements vor. Sein Buch gehört in ...

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