About the University
The University of Bern, in the Swiss capital of Bern was founded in 1834. The Canton of Bern regulates and finances the university. The university offers a broad choice of courses and programs in eight faculties and 150 institutes. It is the third-largest university in Switzerland with around 18,576 students.
It operates at three levels-
Other units include interfaculty and general university units.
The university does not have one single large campus on the edge of the city but has pursued the principle of a university in the city.
There are eight faculties in the University of Bern-
- Business, Economics, and Social Sciences
- Veterinary Medicine
- Human Sciences
A strategic alliance in the fields of cardiac surgery, neurosurgery, pathology, and microbiology is formed by the Medical Faculties of the Universities of Bern and Basel. It covers a wide range of classical university in around 39 bachelors, 71 masters, and 69 advanced study programs.
Average tuition fees: 1,700 EUR/Year.