Choosing a Course of Study

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Guide to Choosing What to Study

Choosing a course of study is a process that takes time to evolve. Questions, doubts and ongoing revisions are a normal part of that process. The Guide to Choosing What Study aims to help you identify the key issues to consider and to provide an overview of your options.
Guide to Choosing What to Study

Fill the Gaps in Your UZH Vocabulary

While exploring your study options, you will encounter many terms from the world of university studies that may be unfamiliar to you. Don’t worry – our Uni Dictionary provides definitions and explanations of the various terms you need to know.
Uni Directionary

Get to Know UZH at Information Events

UZH offers various information events about studying for a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree. Take part in an event to find out more about UZH and to gain an overview of the range of study programs on offer.  
Information Events

Get a Taste of University Life with UZHGYM

The UZHGYM project links prospective students with current students in various programs so that they can visit lectures together and discuss the demands and expectations of university life. 
UZHGYM: Get a Taste of University Life before You Start Studying

Sit In on Lectures for an Insider View

If you’re interested in studying at UZH and would like to experience a certain study program up close, then take the opportunity to sit in on a lecture. Find out more by following the link.
Sitting in on Lectures

Use Online Self-Assessments to Assist Decision-Making

Online self-assessments (OSA) give you a first impression of a course of study and help you decide if it is right for you. Follow the link to find OSA tests for individual programs.
Online Assistent For Choosing a Course of Study