If you’re studying at the University of Zurich (UZH) and want to earn credits for coursework at another university in Switzerland or abroad, please note the following information on outgoing mobility.
Before you embark on your planned studies at another university, talk to your departmental mobility coordinator to find out what coursework can be recognized for your degree at UZH. Read the information on the recognition of academic achievement.
You will find the recommended mobility window for your program in the relevant model curriculum.
Within Switzerland you have the choice of the following types of mobility:
You’ll find all the relevant information on the UZH website Mobility in Switzerland: Outgoing.
It’s possible to do a complete minor study program outside UZH. You can have this credited to your degree at the UZH Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences provided that
You can select an external university minor study program as your minor study program already when you are applying for UZH online or subsequently if you change program. Please refer to the information published on the UZH website Mobility within Switzerland - Outgoing. In any case your admission to the external minor study program will be provisional. You have the status changed from provisional by sending the Office of Student Affairs at the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (firstname.lastname@example.org) official confirmation from the external university that the abovementioned criteria are fulfilled and a valid enrollment at the external university. You yourself are responsible for enrolling at the external university; make sure you take care of this in good time.
If the external university needs approval of the minor subject mobility arrangement (confirmation of transfer of credits) from UZH, you can ask for this from the Office of Student Affairs at the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (email@example.com). Please also note the procedure for registering for graduation.
Students at the UZH Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences have the option of studying for one or two semesters at an international partner university. You will find all the exchange programs (SEMP, etc.) and information on independently organized stays on the website of the Global Student Experience.
If you’re studying at another university and want to earn credits for coursework at UZH, please note the following information on incoming mobility.
If you have any questions, please contact the departmental mobility coordinators.
When it comes to mobility within Switzerland you have the following options.
You’ll find all the relevant information on the UZH website Mobility in Switzerland: Incoming.
The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences offers minor study programs earning 60 ECTS credits at Bachelor’s level and 30 ECTS credits at Master’s level. If you are studying at another Swiss university, you can complete one of these minor study programs if the corresponding study program is not offered at your home university (§ 45/46 Admission Regulations). Please see also note the information on the UZH website Mobility within Switzerland – Incoming and on the website Application and Admission to Studies about the admission procedure for our Master's programs.
For the confirmation of studies for a minor study program for your home university, please complete the following form and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org:
Once you have successfully completed the minor study program, the Office of Student Affairs at the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences will send confirmation of completion, including your overall grade, to your home university. Further information about the graduation process can be found on our website.
The UZH Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences enables international students to study at UZH for one or two semesters. You will find all the exchange programs (SEMP, etc.) and information on independently organized stays on the website of the Global Student Experience.
The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences offers incoming students the opportunity to do selected modules in English in other disciplines, in addition to modules in their own discipline, during their time at UZH. Added to this, each semester modules are offered that are designed specifically for incoming students. You will find information on the Modules in English on this list (PDF, 272 KB)