Master’s degree programmes at the NTB

Master your future

Master’s programmes provide in-depth specialisation at a higher level than the Bachelor’s degree. They may be offered as consecutive or continuing education programmes. The minimum period of study is one and a half years. Students wishing to apply for a Master’s degree at a university of applied sciences are required to have a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent university qualification. A Master’s degree provides many opportunities for personal and professional advancement.

Master of Science in Engineering (MSE)

The Master of Science in Engineering (MSE) is a degree programme enabling students to specialise in a wide range of technical disciplines. This is a consecutive degree that follows on from a Bachelor of Science degree. A very wide range of MSE courses are available, offered jointly by all Swiss universities of applied sciences, which enable students to customise their studies in line with their personal interests.

Master of Engineering in Mechatronics (MME) / Master of Advanced Studies FHO in Mechatronics

With around 83,000 employees and a turnover of just under 36 billion Swiss francs, mechanical engineering is a key industry in the Swiss economy. Mechanical engineering, and notably mechatronics, play an outstanding role in engineering as a result of highly interdisciplinary research and development combined with worldwide demand for know-how from Switzerland.

Master of Advanced Studies FHO in Energy Systems

In the region of Switzerland, Austria and Liechtenstein, the Master of Advanced Studies FHO in Energy Systems NTB (MAS) is a unique programme offering in-depth study of energy system technology. The whole MAS programme comprises five CAS courses plus a Master’s thesis. The five CAS courses can be chosen to meet the specific needs of the student.