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.
With its special focus on the digital transformation of vocational education and training, this Bachelor’s degree programme offers fundamental knowledge of the following areas: labour, society, the individual; digital learning environments; communication; teaching and learning. At the same time, students acquire the ability to think and work scientifically and are provided with the skills needed to manage projects, themselves and their time.
You will apply the theories and methods taught in the context of real-world projects and internships. The studies will methodically prepare you for career entry or, as a result of your university degree, will give you access to more challenging professional tasks as well as further studies. The broad expertise and knowledge of methodology combined with the professional relevance of the degree programme will provide you with a distinctive ability to see the big picture and perceive complex correlations while at the same time work with professionals from many other disciplines.
As a graduate possessing specialised knowledge of the latest trends in vocational education and training and working life, you will be in demand in many areas at the crossroads between vocational education and training and the notion of ‘Work 4.0’. You will guide education projects, manage learning processes and facilitate digital transformation in larger companies, government agencies and vocational schools.
- Federal Vocational Baccalaureate or
- Specialised Baccalaureate or
- General 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. Detailed information on the study programme can be found on the German homepage.