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University of Applied Sciences and Arts of Southern Switzerland - SUPSI

Several locations Lugano, Switzerland
Manno, Switzerland
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About the employer

Founded in 1997, SUPSI operates in the fields of First- and Second-level University Education, Continuing Education, Applied Research and in the provision of Services to Businesses and Institutions in the territory. Established under federal law, SUPSI is one of the nine professional universities recognised by the Swiss Confederation.

SUPSI AT A GLANCE

8’118 Students

28 mio CHF in Applied Research

975 Staff Members

SUPSI has more than 8’100 students from Switzerland and beyond (nearly 21% of students from abroad), it provides high quality teaching and support. With almost 975 employees from Switzerland and abroad, SUPSI is one of the biggest employers in Ticino.

SUPSI offers more than 30 Bachelor's Degree and Master's Degree courses, characterised by cutting edge education which unites classical theoretical-scientific instruction with a professional orientation. Great care is given to research, carried out in key sectors on competitively acquired projects with large European and national agencies or mandated by organisations and institutions. SUPSI Research records a financial volume of 28 million francs, and employs more than 100 full-time research staff members.

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