University of Applied Sciences HTW Chur

The University of Applied Sciences HTW Chur was founded in 1963 and is a member of the Universities of Applied Sciences of Eastern Switzerland (FHO). This public federal institution is comprised of six faculties, each offering Bachelor, Master and further education programs. With approximately 1600 students, HTW Chur provides an excellent learning environment with an intimate atmosphere, modern facilities, and small, student-oriented classes.

Master's Programmes

Business & Management (1)
Hospitality, Leisure & Sports (1)

About

History

The University of Applied Sciences HTW Chur was founded in 1963 and is a member of the Universities of Applied Sciences of Eastern Switzerland (FHO). This public federal institution is comprised of six faculties, each offering Bachelor, Master and further education programs.

Education

With its Bachelor of Science and Master of Science programmes, the HTW Chur offers a broad range of attractive study programmes. With their interdisciplinary approach, the courses of study prepare for demanding positions in major corporations, federal offices, research and small and medium-sized entreprises alike.

Research

Advice, regional services and applied research and development are the main tasks of the institutes of the University for Applied Sciences, Chur.

Career

The HTW Chur offers a varied further education programme in all faculties, which enables students to get ahead in their careers. All further education courses are available part time.

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Services

Student services

With around 1600 students, the University of Applied Sciences HTW Chur is a regionally-based university with national and international appeal. The study courses offered include Bachelor, Master and further education courses in civil engineering/architecture, information science, business administration, multimedia production, system technology and tourism.