About the study programme
SFIVET’s Bachelor of Science in Vocational Education and Training programme offers a unique blend of classroom instruction, e-learning and guided self-study, allowing you to flexibly plan your studies.
The study programme focusses on the digital transformation of vocational education and training, providing you with basic specialist knowledge of the following topics: working life, vocational education and training, communication, society, business and teaching and learning processes. You will learn to apply various theories and methods in practice-based projects and internships. The study programme is intended to systematically prepare you for career entry. The Bachelor of Science in Vocational Education and Training will open the way for more challenging professional responsibilities as well as subsequent education and training. The broad specialist and methodological expertise combined with the practical relevance of the study programme will provide you with a greater capacity for integrated thinking and interdisciplinary cooperation.
After completing the study programme, you will be aware of the latest trends affecting working life and vocational education and training. Your expertise will be in demand in many contexts requiring an interface between vocational education and training and Work 4.0. You will carry out managerial tasks, work as a project manager, guide education and training processes and support digital transformation in larger companies, government agencies or vocational schools.
• Federal Vocational Baccalaureate or
• General Baccalaureate or
• Specialised Baccalaureate or
• Other upper-secondary level qualification recognised as equivalent
180 ETCS credits, 8 semesters, part-time, classroom instruction, guided self-study, e-learning.
The very first Bachelor of Science in Vocational Education and Training programme will be offered in the German-speaking region of Switzerland in September 2019. The language of instruction will be German. The study programme may later be expanded to other linguistic regions of Switzerland.