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Precision engineering has a long tradition in Switzerland and formed the basis for successful economic sectors like the watch or medical industry. It still represents one of the most promising technologies for the 21st century. In the creative engineering lab, a new idea in engineering education, you will learn how to employ these technologies for developing the innovative products of the future.
Thanks to the established partnership between the University of Bern and Bern University of Applied Sciences, the Master of Sciences in Precision Engineering program is open to a wide range of interested students. Graduates of Swiss universities of applied sciences and universities with good grades and a background in a relevant scientific or engineering discipline (such as microtechnology, physics, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, chemistry, photonics, system engineering and others) will be admitted to the university-based MSc program. You will join a group of students from various academic and cultural backgrounds in your interdisciplinary studies. Upon successfully completing the program, you may move on to a doctorate. This grants graduates of universities of applied sciences access to academia. Compulsory courses are held three days per week (with some exceptions), thus allowing you to study part time while you work.
Find further information about the MSc Precision Program, admissions and application process on the University of Bern website: