Brückenstrasse 73, Bern
7 am–6:30 pm
7 am–1 pm
Opening hours during the semester
Administration Business School opening hours
|Counter||Mon–Fri||8 am–4 pm|
|Wed||Closed after 12:30 pm|
|Mon–Fri||8 am–4 pm
1:30 pm–4 pm
Not in service after 12:30pm
- Outside of opening hours, the buildings are accessible with the BFH card
Opening hours Christmas Holidays
The Administration Business School, the International Office and the mensa remain closed during the lecture-free time from 21 December 2019 until 5 January 2020.
The buildings at Brückenstrasse 73 remain closed from 21 December 2019 until 6 January 2020, 07h00 am and can only be entered with your BFH-card.
The mensa is only partly served from 6 January 2020 until 31 January 2020 and they don’t provide any hot meals.
How to find us
Getting here by public transport
Brückenstrasse is a 10-minute walk from Bern railway station.
From Bundeshaus-West, the Marzili funicular travels down to the Marzili district on the Aare. It’s about 450 metres from the valley station to Brückenstrasse.
In the evening (from 8:37 pm), bus line 30 runs between the railway station and the Marzili district (Dampfzentrale bus stop).
Getting here by car
Take motorway exit 12 Bern-Ostring and drive toward the centre (Zentrum). At Freudenbergerplatz, turn right onto Ostring. At the roundabout (‘Ostringkreisel’), take the second exit onto Thunstrasse. At Thunplatz (roundabout), take the second exit onto Jungfraustrasse; at the end of Jungfraustrasse, turn left onto Marienstrasse. Take the junction to the right to switch to Schwellenmattstrasse. Drive over the Dalmazi bridge, take the fourth exit at the roundabout onto Aarstrasse and turn right onto Brückenstrasse.
Unfortunately, no parking spaces are available for students.
We would be delighted to take you on a virtual tour to give you a personal impression of the available spaces.
The Business division is committed to sustainable water use and has decided to integrate the ‘Blue Community’ concept into daily operations to the greatest possible extent. Swiss tap water is of outstanding quality, inexpensive and readily available and also costs less energy than producing mineral water. The division is therefore committed to using the public water supply – i.e. tap water – and avoiding the use of transported, commercially available water. To promote responsible water use, refillable, recyclable water bottles and BFH glass carafes have been produced for students and employees.