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Student Mobility in a Minor Subject
If you are a student from another Swiss university, you can place a request to study a minor subject at the University of Zurich if the minor subject is not offered at your home university. Your request will be accepted if there is enough capacity in the subject at UZH. You must submit an agreement on study requirements from your home university when applying. The dean's office at the faculty in question will generally issue the agreement. Valid study and examination regulations apply and are available on the faculties' websites.
Applying for mobility in a minor subject at the Bachelor's level
Applying for mobility in a minor subject at the Master's Level
Studying at More Than One University / Module Mobility
Students from other Swiss universities and the Zurich University of Teacher Education may attend individual modules and courses at the University of Zurich, take assessments, and receive ECTS credits. Your home university will recognize your academic achievement as long as it is in compliance with their prevailing regulations.
Module mobility is a supplement to your studies at your home university. It is not offered if you have been excluded from studies at, or dropped out of, your home university.
Registering for studies at more than one university, Bachelor's level
Registering for studies at more than one university, Master's level
Registering for studies at more than one university, Doctoral level
Registering for studies at more than one university, Teaching Diploma
Joint Degree In-Mobility
Joint Degree In-Mobility is for students from other universities who attend courses at the University of Zurich within a joint degree program offered by their home university and the University of Zurich. Examples of such programs: Master in Comparative and International Studies CIS, Master in Ancient Judaism, Master in Religion - Economics - Political Science.
Registering for joint degrees (In-Mobility) at the Master's level
Organized Student Mobility
Student mobility is organized through the following programs and organizations: Swiss-European Mobility Programme (formerly Erasmus), bilateral agreements, International Student Exchange Programs (ISEP), government grants, or the inner-Swiss mobility program CH-Unimobil. Students who are accepted to a program of study at the University of Zurich will be notified by the International Relations Office via the Student Administration Office by mail and informed about the registration process.