Pro Semester: Ab CHF 3'185.00
((including course materials
including internal examination fees
incl. prov. cantonal contributions))
|Lessons||1500 lessons of 50 minutes|
|Degree||Dipl. Techniker HF Informatik (degree in IT Engineering HF)|
However, this computer science programme at the IBAW also picks up on related topics. In this way, you are aware of which legal requirements exist and create complex ICT concepts taking these legal guidelines into account. Attention is also paid to the way employees are treated: You know the most important management tools for implementation-oriented and effective team leadership and can successfully complete projects and plans taking into account ecological principles.
The degree programme to become a Dipl. Techniker HF Informatik is completed on a part-time basis. IT specialists with a federal certificate of competence (EFZ) as an IT specialist, media specialist, telematics specialist, automation specialist or electronics specialist are admitted free of charge. Persons who have a higher vocational education (Swiss federal certificates and diplomas as well as diplomas from a higher vocational school) are also admitted without having to take an examination. Prospective students with an EFZ in another professional field are admitted without an examination if they can prove that they have at least two years of relevant professional experience in the field of information technology (ICT systems and network technology). Proof of relevant professional activity of at least 50 per cent (20 working hours per week) must also be provided at the start of the study programme. It is necessary to have at least level A2 English by the time you complete the course.
All cantons make financial contributions to the higher technical college courses at the IBAW within the framework of the intercantonal technical college agreement. The tuition fee amounts to CHF 37,900 for prospective Dipl. Techniker HF Informatik students who do not hold a scholarship and who are resident in Switzerland.
The amount of the cantonal contributions is reviewed every two years and redefined by the EDK. Accordingly, the amount of the contribution rate can change (both upwards and downwards) during the programme.
After completing the course, various postgraduate studies or the Leadership SVF certificate are available as further training.