The Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts is one of seven universities of applied sciences in Switzerland. It was founded in 1997 under the Intercantonal Council of the University of Applied Sciences and Arts of Central Switzerland (FHZ).
The Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts conducts practically oriented research and development with practice partners such as regional and national companies, non-profit organisations, communities and cantons as well as federal offices and EU institutions.
The Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts supports commercial enterprises, public authorities and federations/associations with research-based solutions, product testing, expert opinions, conceptual work and coaching. Customers are able to delegate time-consuming and costly development work to professional researchers.
iluplus – the search portal operated by the libraries affiliated to the IDS Luzern (the Lucerne branch of the Information Network of German-speaking Switzerland) – makes it easy to find items.
Advice desks and IT services; links to the ILIAS learning platform; webmail; the EvaSys evaluation and survey tool; infrastructure information and more: one page contains all the key information and resources of relevance to students of the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts.
The campus of the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts offers students a myriad of opportunities for study and for creating a great life for themselves.
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I just started studies but for now all is fine.
The university have good teacherds and good teaching methods. Some sort of racism from whites students towards me. Cost of living is very expensive
It is a very interesting program, where I gained great understanding on the global energy issues, in basic Engineering as well as Business and economics. As it is a relatively new program it was a bit badly organized sometimes and no broad choice of module was possible.