Incoming

Cross-Faculty Studies

Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences Minor Study Programs for Faculty-External Students

The legal basis for the minor study programs comprises the Framework ordinance governing study in the Bachelor's and Master's degree programs offered by the University of Zurich's Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (of 20 August 2012) and Part G of the Program Regulation: Minor Study Programs for Faculty-External UZH Students (PDF, 262 KB)

You have a free choice of modules within your chosen minor program. Please note the following points:

  • The graded module component must amount to at least 9 ECTS credits;
  • The minimum number of ECTS credits to be earned at UZH is 10;
  • Certain modules require special knowledge and skills;
  • Various periods apply for booking and canceling modules at the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences. Make sure you're properly informed about the relevant deadlines

Studying at More than One University

If you study at another Swiss university you can take individual modules at the University of Zurich. Your home university decides what academic achievements are recognized.

You must register via Student Services under Registering for Incoming Mobility.

Minor Subject Mobility

If you are studying at another Swiss university you can do minor subjects at the University of Zurich if they are not offered by your home university §13 of the University of Zurich Regulations Governing Matriculation Procedures and Semester Enrollment.

You must register via Student Services (Student Administration Office). The usual dates and deadlines apply for application and admission. You pay only the application fees; you pay tuition to your home university.

At the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, at Bachelor's level you can choose minor study programs with 60 ECTS credits (please contact Student Services for exceptions with 30 ECTS credits). At Master's level 15- and 30-ECTS-credit programs are available. However, please note that 15-ECTS-credit Master's programs are closed for enrollment from Spring Semester 2019. If you are planning to take advantage of minor subject mobility for your Master's with a program of this size you should have commenced mobility by Fall Semester 2018 at the latest.  

Confirmations

Confirmation of study of a minor subject at Bachelor's or Master's level at the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences at the University of Zurich (for faculty-external students) (PDF, 83 KB)

If you have successfully completed a minor subject at the University of Zurich, the Office of Student Affairs at the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences will send the confirmation of degree, including the overall grade, directly to your home university. Please register to complete the relevant study program before 30 October for the Fall Semester and before 30 March for the Spring Semester.

Further information on minor subject mobility

Organized Student Mobility (CH-Unimobil)

If you are studying at a Swiss University other than the University of Zurich, you have the option of studying for one or two semesters at UZH. You remain matriculated at and pay tuition to your home university. Before coming to study at UZH, please find out from student advisory services at your home university what academic achievements will be recognized.

The application procedure will be governed by your home university. If you have obtained a permit and are going to study at the University of Zurich, the International Relations Office or the Student Administration Office will e-mail you direct with information on the registration procedure.

Further information on organized student mobility (CH-Unimobil)

Joint Degree Incoming Mobility

If you are matriculated at another Swiss university and are simultaneously attending courses at the University of Zurich that are offered by your home university and UZH as part of a joint degree program (for example Master in Comparative and International Studies CIS; Master's in Ancient Judaism; Master's in Religion, Economics, and Politics), then joint degree incoming mobility is relevant for you.

Further information on joint degree incoming mobility