ETH Zürich is a world-class university of science and technology in the heart of Europe. Offering excellent conditions for learning and research, state-of-the-art facilities and an attractive urban environment, ETH Zürich is academic home to 25,000 students and researchers, representing 126 nationalities. The focus of ETH Zürich’s degree programmes is on engineering and natural sciences. All Bachelor’s programmes are taught in German, whereas the language of most Master’s and all doctoral programmes is English. Two out of three professors come from outside of Switzerland. The global perspective is characteristic of the academic experience at ETH. Education at ETH Zürich is closely linked to research. Master’s courses are taught in small groups. Semester projects and the final thesis introduce students to independent research work. All programmes also require elective courses in humanities, social or political sciences. This ensures that ETH graduates have the broad education required to master tomorrow’s challenges. Students at ETH Zürich benefit from excellent facilities: world-class laboratories, great library resources and state-of-the-art computing infrastructure. The university’s two locations provide a conducive learning environment: in the centre of Zürich, and on the Campus Hönggerberg – a natural setting a few minutes from downtown.Learn more!