Wood Technology

During the course of this master’s degree programme, you will specialise in complex, earthquake-resistant timber-framed and load-bearing structures. Or you will develop expertise in innovation management, digital manufacturing and materials technology. It will open for you outstanding career opportunities to help shape a sustainable, future-oriented wood industry.

In this programme, you will:

  • immerse yourself in innovations related to wood as drivers of a growing bioeconomy
  • gain the skills required to design and implement sustainable processes and products
  • learn methods for ecodesign of biobased materials and building structures
  • specialise in multi-storey timber and hybrid construction and complex shell structures
  • enjoy access to research and development at BFH in current projects
  • take a practical approach to challenging tasks in the wood and supply industries in team projects  
  • learn from leading experts and network internationally

Get first-hand information: students share their experiences


  • Title/Degree Master of Science in Wood Technology
  • Specialisations Complex Timber Structures, Management of Processes and Innovation
  • Mode of study part-time / full-time (4 to 6 semesters)
  • Start date Calendar week 38
  • Application deadline 15 June
    Applicants, who need a visa for Switzerland, are encouraged to apply as soon as possible.
  • ECTS credits 90 ECTS credits
  • Teaching language English, you may request approval from your advisor to write papers in German or French.
  • Location Biel
  • School School of Architecture, Wood and Civil Engineering

Structure + Content

During your studies you will develop specialised skills in planning complex timber structures, devising innovation and digitisation strategies and implementing ecodesign strategies for biobased materials and buildings.


Now more than ever, the wood industry needs highly qualified specialists and leaders to meet the challenges of tomorrow. In close cooperation with leaders in the Swiss wood industry, we created the Master of Science in Wood Technology, the only such degree in Europe, to address this demand. Our programme is characterised by its hands-on training approach. You will join active research projects with a strong focus on sustainability and build your professional profile with scientifically founded application-oriented knowledge.

Educational goals

As a graduate of this programme, you will have the expertise to tackle challenges in timber engineering ,  the wood- industry  as well as in related sectors. You will be in a position to make technical and business-based decisions in the face of increasingly globalised competition. In addition to the technical and methodological skills you gain, we also equip you with in-depth knowledge in innovation, management and sustainable development that can help pave the way to interesting leadership positions.


To individualise your personal profile, you choose an area of specialisation.

Innovation is a key success factor in the wood industry, in order to keep up with growing client demands and competition. Projects are becoming more global and complex.

This is where the Management of Processes and Innovation MPI specialisation comes into play. You acquire the skills to develop innovative technologies, products and business models and spearhead the processes involved from an entrepreneurial angle. You focus on sustainable material technologies to replace oil-based products in a future bioeconomy.

Essential topics are:

  • Digital manufacturing in the wood industry
  • Wood-based materials and material innovations
  • Composites, polymers and other materials from renewable resources
  • Ecodesign of products and buildings
  • Management and implementation of innovation processes

You will complete two semester long specialisation projects. Each project comprises a case study as well as input modules on related topics:

Digital Manufacturing in the Wood Industry

In your first case study, you will design a Smart Factory – a model facility in which the production systems organise themselves to a large extent autonomously – with an integrated digital information network. You will then turn your Smart Factory into reality in our Technology Park. Throughout the project, you will be introduced to the basic principles of information management as well as to the planning and designing of organisational, logistic and financial business processes.

Innovation management

In your second case study, you will create an innovative project based on a central idea and develop it to the point of market launch. This will give you experience in how innovation strategies, structures and cultures are developed and implemented in business. As part of this case study, you will create and present a business case to a potential investor.

Learn more about the case study Innovation Management with the company Aroma AG in Zurich. Alessandro Nicotra, Head of Architecture at Aroma, and students share their experiences.

It is becoming increasingly complex to develop and build modern timber structures. This is placing growing demands on timber engineers.

In the Complex Timber Structures CTS specialisation, you work on methods for planning and constructing advanced free-form, shell and multi-storey structures out of wood.

Other key topics include:

  • Modelling new and existing load-bearing structures
  • Simulation and data management, such as building information modelling (BIM)
  • Earthquake-resistant construction
  • Building physics
  • Normative parameters

You will complete two semester long specialisation projects. Each project comprises a case study as well as input modules on related topics.

Modelling of Complex Timber Structures

In your first project, you will analyse free-form and shell structures. Your focus will be on modelling, static analysis and performing calculations related to complex load-bearing structures and other details. You will also examine how these structures are implemented in practice. You will take an interdisciplinary approach to optimising designs for manufacturing and assembly. You will also use the CNC machines in our Technology Park to manufacture certain multiple-curved connection pieces.

Multi-Storey Timber and Hybrid Structures

In your second project, you will examine the load-bearing behaviour of multi-storey timber structures. You will then design, model and perform calculations related to earthquake-resistant load-bearing structures. You will apply all current structural standards regarding seismic impact to your work and learn how to critically evaluate results from earthquake calculations. In interdisciplinary teams, you will draft plans for multi-storey timber buildings, taking into account the constraints placed on high-rise structures with respect to construction processes, planning and cost security. You will apply procedural methods for assessing the condition of existing buildings and implementing structural reinforcement. You will also address aspects of building physics, fire safety, networked planning and building process management (building information modelling, BIM).

Statements of three experts: Franz Tschümperlin, SJB Kempter Fitze AG, Fabian Scheurer, Design-to-Production GmbH, Kai Strehlke, Blumer-Lehmann AG

Mode of study + Duration

This degree programme is modular in structure. It is available on a full-time or part-time basis and can be completed in four to six semesters.

The study models

You can combine the master’s degree programme with an internship or part-time employment. The lectures and events take place on either Mondays and Tuesdays or Thursdays and Fridays. This allows students to combine their studies with a position in a company or as an assistant in applied research and development at BFH.

Integrated into research and development

The master’s degree programme is closely tied to the research and development activities of our Departement of Architecture, Wood and Civil Engineering. With a team of more than 130 dedicated employees, we can provide the best conditions for a forward-looking technical and scientific education.

Our wood technology-related research activities are organised into three institutes. All three have close ties to the industry and act as an interface between teaching and continuing education.

  • Institute for Materials and Wood Technology
  • Institute for Timber Construction, Structures and Architecture
  • Institute for Digital Economy in the Construction and Wood Industry

Study Models

Different study models Master Wood Technology Enlarge image

Curriculum + Modules

You will enrol in a number of core and elective modules and complete two specialisation projects spanning the entire semester. You will complete your studies with a master’s thesis. The core modules are interdisciplinary in nature, meaning you will work together with students from the other specialisation. Your choice of specialisation, elective modules and master’s thesis allows you to individualise your personal profile.


You benefit from the personal support of an academic advisor over the course of your studies. He or she will advise you in the selection of courses and supervise you through your master’s thesis.

Core modules

Modern management methods and professional communication skills are expected from a master’s graduate as well as in-depth knowledge in their specialist field. We address key topics and supply essential content in our compulsory core modules.

  • Leadership and Communication
  • Fiber-Reinforced Composites
  • Scientific Methods
  • Wood-Based Panels – Theory and Laboratory (for the MPI specialisation)
  • Finite Element Modelling (for the CTS specialisation)

Elective modules

Each semester, you take an elective module worth five ECTS credits. These modules may be selected from options at BFH, Rosenheim Technical University of Applied Sciences (Germany) or another institution.

  • Bio-based Polymers and Adhesives
  • Ecodesign of Products and Buildings
  • Modelling Software
  • Building Information Modelling (BIM)
  • Term Paper
  • Excursions
  • Advanced Wood Processing (collaborative blocks at an industry partner with Rosenheim Technical University of Applied Sciences (Germany) for the MPI specialisation)
  • Master of Science in Engineering MSE modules (e.g. advanced mathematics); MSE theory modules
  • Continuing education courses at BFH
  • Languages


Specialisation projects

In your area of specialisation – either Complex Timber Structures (CTS) or Management of Processes and Innovation (MPI) – you will undertake two semester-long specialisation projects. Each project consists of a case study and two related input modules, which you attend as a single unit.

Modules for the Specialisation Management of Processes and Innovation (MPI)

  1. Specialisation Project 1 Digital Manufacturing in the Wood Industry
    1. Digital Manufacturing Technologies
    2. Case Study 1: Digital Fabrication in the Wood Industry
    3. Processes and Controlling
  2. Specialisation Project 2: Innovation Management
    1. Innovation Strategy
    2. Case Study 2: Innovation Management
    3. Finance and Legal

Modules for the Specialisation Complex Timber Structures (CTS)

  1. Specialisation Project 1: Modelling of Complex Timber Structures
    1. Data Management for Timber Engineers
    2. Case Study 1: Modelling of Complex Timber Structures
    3. Free Form and Shell Structures
  2. Specialisation Project 2: Multi-Storey Timber and Hybrid Structures
    1. Assessment and Retrofitting
    2. Case Study 2: Multi-Storey Timber and Hybrid Structures
    3. Earthquake and Design

Master’s thesis

Your master’s thesis allows you to specialise according to your own interests and inclinations. It is an opportunity to do high-level scientific work on a topic related to the field. Your master’s thesis will address a real-life topic encountered in the field or will form part of a research project at BFH. This project may mark your entry into the professional world or serve as a starting point for a career in academic research.

The following selection of interdisciplinary and innovative papers provide an insight into different areas of expertise. Theses without an embargo period can be ordered through swisscovery.

Module Schedule

Module Schedule Master Wood Technology Enlarge image

Annual Schedule in Calendar Weeks

Annual Schedule in Calendar Weeks Master Wood Technology Enlarge image

Statements on the Master Programme

Archive | Master thesis

Mobility + Exchange

We help you plan and arrange an optional stay abroad. Thanks to ERASMUS and other academic exchange programmes, you have the option of spending part of your studies at one of our many partner universities across Europe and the world.

International study


We offer the MSc in Wood Technology in cooperation with Rosenheim Technical University of Applied Sciences (Germany). Excursions and some practical modules take place with students from Rosenheim.

There is a close cooperation with the École Supérieure du Bois ESB in Nantes (FR) and French-speaking students have the opportunity to obtain a double degree. At least 60 credits must be attained at each university to achieve this.


BFH’s Wood Division fosters collaborations with business partners, schools and research institutions, both at home and abroad. This exchange between the wood industry, distribution and related fields gives you the necessary advanced knowledge to respond to the evolving demands of the wood production chain.

Requirements + Admission

You have successfully completed your bachelor’s degree and wish to broaden and deepen your technical knowledge with the Master of Science in Wood Technology degree programme.

Academic requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree in wood technology, timber engineering or a comparable discipline
  • Applicants from other engineering fields (e.g. civil or material engineering)  are also welcome to apply.
  • Sufficient qualifications in timber, structural or civil engineering are required for the specialisation Complex Timber Structures.
  • A bachelor’s degree with 210 ECTS credits is required. If you can provide proof of 180–210 ECTS credits, you may earn the remaining credits as part of your master’s programme.
  • Proof of English skills, if your native language is not English.
    See “Application”.


If you fail to meet all admission requirements, we may consider admitting you based on your academic background and performance (‘sur dossier’). In such cases please contact the head of the study programme directly (mwt@bfh.ch).

After you have submitted your completed application and paid the enrolment fee, our Head of Degree Programme will review your application. If you are eligible, we will arrange for an admissions interview, after which we will inform you of the final decision. You can check the status of your application online at any time.

Qualification + Career prospects

As a graduate of our master’s degree programme in Wood Technology, you are ideally equipped to help shape and develop the future of wood technology and related fields in a rapidly changing, global workplace.

Title + Degree

Master of Science (MSc) in Wood Technology

Career prospects

As a graduate of our master’s degree programme in Wood Technology, your expertise and leadership skills are in demand across the wood industry. Your comprehensive knowledge, sound technical expertise and ability to make savvy business decisions set you apart from the crowd.

You will possess the knowledge required to understand, initiate and grow collaborative projects with related industries and to coordinate and lead research and development tasks within your field. Your employment will become increasingly international and interdisciplinary with time.

If you specialise in Complex Timber Structures (CTS), you can work as a timber engineer to create structural or technical plans for the complex tasks in timber construction.

If you specialise in Management of Processes and Innovation (MPI), you will be perfectly positioned to take on challenging assignments in the fields of product development and management, production planning, marketing and sales or innovation management.

Doctoral studies

With a master’s degree in Wood Technology, you are eligible to pursue a doctorate at another university. A dissertation can also be written at BFH in cooperation with a university. It is up to the university to decide on admission for the doctorate.

With a dissertation project at BFH, you benefit from application-oriented infrastructure and laboratories as well as sound specialist knowledge. BFH will advise you on finding the right partner university and selecting the research topic.

Organisation + Registration

Our Master of Science in Wood Technology begins in the autumn semester.

Programme start: CW 38
Application deadline: 15 June

Applicants from outside the European Union (EU) who need a visa for Switzerland are encouraged to apply as soon as possible and to contact the head of the study programme.

Here, you will find helpful information about financing your studies at BFH. Details regarding individual living costs are not covered, however.

The cost of study includes tuition and examination fees, as well as costs for teaching materials and excursions.


At BFH, different fees apply for programmes and examinations.

Application (per application)*

CHF 100


CHF 100

Tuition fees (per semester)

CHF 750

Tuition fees for international students*** (per semester)

CHF 950

Examination fee (per semester)

CHF 80

Fee for social, cultural and sport offerings (per semester)

CHF 24

Membership fee for the Bern University of Applied Sciences Student Association (VSBFH) (per semester)

CHF 15

* plus CHF 10 processing fee if paying by paying-in slip/paper invoice.
** If the application leads to matriculation, the matriculation fee is covered by the application fee.
*** International students are defined as persons of foreign citizenship who at the time of obtaining their university entrance qualification were domiciled under civil law neither in Switzerland nor the Principality of Liechtenstein. This rule applies as of the 2018/19 autumn semester.

There is also a fixed fee for material, which can vary from programme to programme, and additional costs for teaching materials, specialist literature, supplies, etc.

An invoice for the application fee is generated upon applying online and must be paid within 10 days. If payment is made by paying-in slip/paper invoice, a processing fee of CHF 10 is applied. There are no waivers or refunds for withdrawn or abandoned applications.

The application is processed after payment has been received.

Grants, loans and other funding options

Financial aid is available through grants and loans. Grants are one-off or ongoing payments that don’t usually have to be paid back provided you complete your course. Loans are one-off or ongoing payments that must be paid back after you finish your course.

Cantonal grants

Grants and loans for Swiss students and overseas students are generally paid out by the canton where the students’ parents are tax residents.

Students who have been tax residents in the Canton of Bern for at least two years are able to apply for cantonal grants and loans. Applications should be submitted to the Financial Aid Office at the Department of Education.

Further information (incl. financial aid calculator):

The websites stipendien.educa.ch, stipendium.ch and European Funding Guide cover all the key information about grants in Switzerland and overseas.

Foundations and funds

There are also numerous private foundations and funds that offer financial support to students. The electronic foundation directory administered by the Federal Department of Home Affairs offers a comprehensive summary of these organisations and can be searched by keywords (e.g. student, research, financial aid, etc.). Other sources of funding include the foundation directories for individual cantons and private foundations.

The following foundations offer funding specifically to BFH students and students from other universities:

Have you made up your mind to study at Bern University of Applied Sciences? Then don’t wait, sign up right away! With the online registration, you have an overview of the admission procedure at all times.

If you have missed the registration deadline, the head of the study programme will be happy to inform you whether a late registration is possible.

Documents required

Ensure the following documents in electronic format are available according to your educational background (documents: PDF/image material: JPG):

  • ID document or passport*
  • Passport photo in accordance with international passport standards* (photo guidelines)
  • Diplomas and school-leaving certificates (e.g. vocational baccalaureate/specialised baccalaureate with grades, university entrance qualification, Abitur or upper secondary level qualification)
  • Employer reference and/or internship certificate
  • CV in table format

* mandatory

Additional documents for the Master in Wood Technology

  • Certificate of your first degree (bachelor’s or equivalent qualification)
  • Transcript of records *
  • Diploma supplement
  • Letter of motivation (max. 2 A4 pages)
  • Proof of English proficiency, if your native language is not English **

* If your transcript of records does not align with the ECTS grading scale, we require your course list, a description of your school’s grading system and details of the work completed.

** We accept the following proof of proficiency in English:

  • TOEFL revised paper-delivered test (PBT) scores of 66 points or higher
  • TOEFL internet-based test (IbT) scores of 88 points or higher
  • IELTS Academic with a band score of 6.5 or higher
  • Cambridge ESOL CPE with Grade C or higher
  • Cambridge ESOL CAE with Grade C/B or higher
  • TOEIC Reading and Listening with combined scores of 785 or higher, in combination with TOEIC speaking scores of 160 or higher and writing scores of 150 or higher

Documents for international applicants

  • Residence permit (if you are applying from abroad)

An official translation is required for all documents that are not available in German, English or French.

Online registration

Infodays + Advice

Our online Infodays offer you exhaustive information on our programme, our terms of admission and your subsequent career prospects. In these online information events, we invite you on a virtual tour of our premises and explain what makes the BFH master’s degree programme special. Our students give you their personal take on daily life on campus and share their experiences. You also have the opportunity to visit us at our campus in Biel.


Your choice of training course or continuing education programme is a key decision when planning your career. We would be pleased to offer you a personal consultation to answer your questions and explain the requirements for the programme you are interested in. Contact us to arrange an appointment in person or online.

Location + Facilities

BFH’s Wood Division is a unique, internationally recognised hub of innovation and expertise. A dynamic environment and our multilingual team of more than 130 specialists in education, research and development make BFH a wonderful place to study. We are affiliated with the Higher Technical School of Wood in Biel.

  • The Library of Architecture, Wood and Civil Engineering in Biel/Bienne is a scientific library specialised in wood engineering. It is a member of the Swiss Library Service Platform network and open to the public.
  • A library ID is required to borrow media. We are happy to assist you with research or getting hold of the media you need and answer any questions you may have about the Swisscovery research platform and its electronic resources.
  • You may also use our facilities outside study hours.
  • Besides being able to use the intranet, you are issued a personal e-mail address and given direct wi-fi access.
  • The university cafeteria at the Biel campus offers inexpensive meals from Monday to Friday.
  • Parking is available (charges apply). Parking permits are available from the student office if required. However, we recommend using public transport.
  • Our research centre in Biel is the largest of its kind in the Swiss wood industry. Most of the tests performed are accredited in accordance with ISO/IEC 17025 by the Swiss Accreditation Service (SAS). The tests are internationally recognised.
  • BFH’s Wood Division maintains an extensive Technology Park in Biel – the only one of its kind in Switzerland. Our park features CNC machines and robots, test and chemistry laboratories for materials, wood components and surface treatment, climate chambers and testing systems for windows, furniture, construction elements and load-bearing structures. Whether you are a research associate, member of the teaching staff or a student, the doors to our Technology Park are open.

BFH offers a broad range of leisure activities, with training in numerous types of sports and various cultural courses. There is an attractive, varied choice of activities, ranging from badminton or power yoga to drawing or singing in a choir. “The Games”, our traditional sports day, takes place every year in early summer at the Federal Institute of Sport in Magglingen.

In order to make it easier for our students to find a room, we have put together a list of accommodation that has been reported to us by various landlords. We ask for your understanding that we cannot provide or translate any additional information about the rooms and their availability. Please contact the landlord directly! All information without guarantee.




Beschrieb / Miete         

Description / frais de location





Per 15. März oder nach Vereinbarung.

CHF 580.-/Monat inkl. NK


A. Graf
032 377 27 16




Per 15. April oder nach Vereinbarung.

CHF 1'400.-/Monat inkl. NK

A. Graf
032 377 27 16



Grosszügiges Zimmer in Einfamilienhaus
Für Wochenaufenthalter/in.
Schöne Aussicht auf die Alpen, 17m2, grosse Fensterfläche, möbliert, Dusche im EG und WC (Gäste WC), TV/Radio Anschluss und Internet im Zimmer, Parkplatz vor dem Haus gratis, grosse Terrasse kann benutzt werden, Küche der Eigentümer kann benutzt werden oder auf Wunsch bieten wir auch Verpflegung an (Frühstück und Nachtessen gegen Gebühr und Absprache).

CHF 390.-/Monat





Möblierte Studentenwohnung
Ab 1. März 2019
1-Zimmerwohnung mit Kochnische, WC, Dusche.

CHF 500.-/Monat inkl. NK

U. Schwarzwälder
079 127 60 30



Rüti bei Büren

Moderne, teilmöbliertes Loft
Ab 1. März 2019 oder nach Vereinbarung

108m2, im Parterre eines Mehrfamilienhauses mit Zugang zu eigener Terrasse, geeignet für allein stehende Person, offene Küche mit Bar, kleine Büroecke, sep. WC.

CHF 1'250.-/Monat inkl. NK und Autoabstellplatz

079 790 07 87



WG-Zimmer (ca. 15m2)
Ab 1. März 19 oder nach Vereinbarung an aufgestellte Person mit Sinn für Ordnung und Sauberkeit.

In 3.5 Zimmer Wohnung im EG, Parkettboden, eigenes WC/Dusche, eigener Sitzplatz mit Rasenfläche, Waschmaschine/Tumbler.

CHF 990.-/Monat inkl. NK

C. Meyer





3 x je 1 Zimmer ( in 3-Familienhaus )

Ab sofort zu vermieten.

Nur an Studenten BFH-AHB-TI

Im Parterre, sep. WC und Dusche
Keine Kochgelegenheit

Zimmer: CHF 300.-/Monat inkl. NK

D. Glatz
032 341 42 70





Birkenweg 2

Möblierte Zimmer in renoviertem Bauernhaus

Schöne, modern möblierte, grossräumige, helle Zimmer
- 2 Dachstuhlzimmer mit einem Badezimmer
- 1 Zimmer mit einer Laube und Badezimmer
- 1 Zimmer hell und sonnig
- 1 Studio mit Badezimmer und Küche

TV in jedem Zimmer, Internet, Kochgelegenheit, Kühlschrank, Mikrowelle, eigener Gartensitzplatz, Parkplätze, Postautohaltestelle vor dem Haus.

Zimmer: CHF 400.-/Monat inkl. NK


Rosita Stevanon-Sauser
078 752 70 83

032 331 65 26




Alte Landstrasse 8

Ruhig gelegenes Studio

Ab Anfang Juli 2019
Parterre, sep. Eingang, Kochgelegenheit, WC/Dusche, Waschmaschine, Wifi, Gartensitzplatz, 1 Parkplatz.

CHF 530.-/Monat exkl. Energie

Sibylle Werthmüller

079 624 11 79
Andreas Graf




2-Zimmerwohnung möbliert

Ab 1. Februar 2019
Ruhige Lage, 2. Stock, moderne Küche, Internet, Parkplatz. Eignet sich für 2 Personen.

CHF 760.-/Monat inkl. NK

Fred Künzi
079 584 08 26




Lerchenweg 9

Appartement a louer
2 pièces meublés 60 m2
Appartement au rez-chaussée dans une maison.
6 minutes de vélo du centre-ville.
40 mètre de la ligne de bus n° 2 et 4.

Le  jardin de la  maison est disponible avec une cheminée.

Lyoer CHF 975.- / mois avec les charges

078 622 29 18



1-Zimmerwohnung (ca. 35m2)
in kleinem Mehrfamilienhaus, ab Mitte September, evtl. früher an ruhige/-n Student/-in, Nichtraucher.

Kleine Küche, WC/Dusche, Estrich, Wandschränke, TV/Internetanschluss, Mitbenutzung Waschküche.

unmöbliert: CHF 550.-/Monat inkl. NK
evtl. möbliert: CHF 650.-/Monat inkl. NK

Ruth Bolliger

032 384 60 47





Schützengasse 131

Möbliertes Zimmer
Frei ab Mitte September 2019, an Nichtraucher Student/-in der BFH-AHB

Zimmer, sep. Eingang, in Einfamilienhaus, mit Bad/WC und kleiner Küche, die mit 3 Studenten zu teilen sind.

CHF 420.-/Monat
inkl. Internet, Bettwäsche und NK

Erika Gonin
079 446 41 39





Möbliertes-Zimmer (ca. 12 m2)
in 5-Zimmer-Wohnung, am Waldrand

3 min. von Busstation / Parkplatzmiete möglich

CHF 500.-/Monat inkl. NK

Lisa Mock und Laira Schneider
079 943 09 14





am Neumarkt

1 WG-Zimmer
MitbewohnerIn zwischen 20-35 gesucht
Zimmer: 15m2, sonnig, Balkon.

CHF 450.-/Monat inkl. NK
exkl. Strom, Billag und Internet

077 434 65 23



6 möblierte WG-Zimmer
In neu erstellter Wohnung in Industriegebäude, separater Eingang, gemeinsamer Wohnraum (TV) und Küche, Waschmaschine, Tumbler, Gartensitzplatz, 3 sep. Nasszellen mit WC/Dusche, WLAN.

1x wöchentlich Raumpflege Küche/Wohnraum und Badezimmer - Reinigung der Zimmer gegen Aufpreis möglich.

CHF 550.- bis CHF 580.-/Monat.
Parkplatz CHF 30.00/Monat

Franziska Berthoud
032 679 00 87




Rue du stand

1 chambre
Dès le 1er Août 2018.
CHF 400.-/par mois
inclu petit-déjeuner
Possibilité d'utiliser la cuisine.

Pierre & Christiane von Gunten
079 579 01 63



1- oder 2-Zimmer-Wohnung

möbliert, separate Küche, Dusche/WC, Internetanschluss, TV, Parkplatz, ruhig gelegen.
Preis nach Absprache.

I. Meier
032 652 57 73

079 702 89 34



2-Zimmer Appartement
Ruhig gelegen, für 2 Personen in Einfamilienhaus, 7 Gehminuten von der AHB Biel.

CHF 400.-/Person und Monat

032 341 28 67




Bahnhofstrasse 6

Helle 3.5 Zimmerwohnung im Bauhausstil
Alte Parkettböden, Bad, separates WC, Balkon, Dachterrasse zur Mitbenutzung, 3 Minuten vom Bahnhof.

CHF 1'060.- + CHF 200.- NK/Monat

V. Feller
079 789 87 80



WG-Zimmer (ca. 15m2)

In grosser 4.5-Zimmer-Dachwohnung in Mehrfamilienhaus am Waldrand, gemeinsamer Bereich: Wohnzimmer, Küche, Terrasse, Umschwung mit Sitzplatz.
Eigenes Badezimmer, Internet, Parkplatz, ruhige Lage.

CHF 600.-/Monat inkl. NK

Bernhard Mathys
079 476 16 58





1 Zimmer
Möbliert, mit Gartensitzplatz, Bettwäsche und Toilettenwäsche, Bad, Dusche, WC, Parkplatz, kostenlos Fahrräder.

CHF 455.-/Monat + NK

T. und F. Fux
076 480 14 07



1 Studio
La location peut etre de 1 mois ou plus. Ce prix est pour 1 personne, il y a la possiblité de mettre 2 personnes (mme 3).

CHF 700.00/mois, avec parking

Vincent Alberola




Neumarktstrasse 5


Grosses Dachzimmer
CHF 450.-/Monat + Strom

P. Gubler
032 322 07 54

079 219 27 24




Möbliertes Zimmer mit Waldsicht
1 Zimmer (18 m2) in grosser Dachwohnung
(130 m2), ruhige Lage, Küche, Bad und Terrasse, Bettwäsche, Waschmaschine und Tumbler. Parkplatz, Internet und TV auf Wunsch zur Miete.

Wochenaufenthalter: CHF 495.-/Monat inkl. NK
Bei Vollbenutzung: CHF 655.-/Monat inkl. NK

Roger Hostettler
079 277 08 88




nähe Bahnhof

1 Zimmer + 1 kleines "Studierzimmer"
Das grosse Zimmer hat einen schmalen Balkon, Parkettböden. Das Wohnzimmer kann mitbenützt werden. Waschmaschine / Tumbler und WLAN in der Wohnung.

Unabhängiges Nebeneinander praktizieren ist erwünscht.

CHF 700.-/Monat inkl. NK

Mirjam Zbinden
079 957 69 42




Drei WG-Zimmer in grossem Einfamilienhaus

Grosszügiger Gemeinschaftsraum, gemeinsame Küche, Gartenmitbenutzung, Haus am Waldrand, Parterre, rollstuhlgängig.

  • 2 Zimmer (ca. 12m²) je CHF 650.-/Monat inkl. NK, gemeinsames Badezimmer
  • 1 Zimmer (ca. 22m²) CHF 950.-/Monat inkl. NK mit eigenem Badezimmer

Therese Kiener
079 682 53 31






Zimmer für Studenten in Mehrfamilienhaus
1. OG: 3 Zimmer, Küche, WC/Dusche
2. OG: 2 Zimmer, Küche, WC/Dusche, Stube
Internet in beiden Wohnungen.

CHF 400.-/Person und Monat inkl. NK, Parkplatz

Elisabeth Zbinden
032 341 48 93



In Doppeleinfamilienhaus am sonnigen Jura-Waldrand, ruhig, möbliert, Kabel-TV, Internet, Parkplatz, wöchentliche Raumpflege.

CHF 960.-/Monat inkl. NK

A.W. Stähli
079 798 34 15 oder 076 330 19 41





2 Zimmer

mit WC/Dusche, Reduit, Kochmöglichkeit (Kühlschrank, Mikrowelle, Wasserkocher, kleine Kochplatte), ruhige Lage.

CHF 670.-/Monat plus CHF 120.- NK

Andrée Megert





Möbliert, gemeinsame Küche und WC/Dusche.
1x im Monat Grobreinigung/Bettwäsche wechseln.

CHF 350.-/Monat, inkl. Strom, Heizung

Fitim Bajrami

Länggasse 24, Biel
078 868 00 00



Schmiedweg 19

2-Zimmer-Wohnung im 2. Stock
Nähe Migros Madretsch

mit Wohnküche, Bad, ohne Balkon, am), CHF 750 inkl. NK, plus Strom und Heizkosten

H.P. Bärtschi

032 331 51 55




Sägestrasse 14/18


in neu renoviertem Wohnhaus, mehrere möblierte Zimmer mit gutem Wohnkomfort, Wohnraum und Küche, 2WC/Dusche, 1WC-Bad, TV, Internet, guter Zugang und Parkplätze, Einkaufscenter, Sportanlagen, Bahnhof, Bus und Autobahn in direkter Nähe. 1x wöchentlich Raumpflege.
Miete CHF 480.-/Monat und Person

A.W. Stähli
079 798 34 15 oder

076 330 19 41



1 Zimmer, CHF 300.- pro Monat

Müller Hans + Rosmarie


032 377 29 39




Möblierte 3-Zimmerwohnung
nach Vereinbarung

Frau Güdel
Solothurnstrasse 50
2504 Biel
032 342 02 89




Studio in ruhigem Einfamilienhaus
Ab Juli 2019

mit Küche und Bad

CHF 450.-/Monat inkl. NK und Parkplatz

Christoph und Jacqueline Strub
079 852 65 19
032 387 03 39 (Bürozeiten)




4 Zimmer und 1 Wohnung

R. Imfeld
Orpundstrasse 27
2504 Biel
032 341 32 58