- Master of Science (MSc)
- The maximum permitted duration of studies is four years.
- Institute of Science, Technology and Policy (ISTP)
- The Master’s programme in Science, Technology and Policy starts every year in the autumn term (mid-September). There is no Spring intake.
We welcome applications to the MSc ETH in Science, Technology and Policy (MSc ETH STP) from ambitious students with a BSc degree in natural sciences or engineering including architecture and mathematics. Successful candidates must hold a BSc degree with minimum 180 ECTS. All candidates must submit an application online and are subject to individual assessment by the admissions committee.
- The four-semester long Master's programme is, structured into four types of courses that link , the different disciplines and provide a broad , spectrum of expertise. More specifically, skills, acquired in scientific or technical Bachelor´s , degree studies are extended in the following areas, • Supplementary courses in natural sciences, or engineering (“minors”) , that deepen knowledge gained during the , Bachelor’s programme., These courses address topics in an , interdisciplinary problem-oriented context., • Courses in social sciences, which focus on, policy analysis and evaluation, as well as socia, and political processes and institutions., • Case studies and a Master's thesis, which , address concrete policy issues in an, interdisciplinary manner., • Electives and/or an Internship.
- CHF 730 per semester (from HS20) plus the compulsory semester fees, as in any other MSc programme of ETH Zürich. Please, refer to the tuition fees on ETH Zurich website for more information on the tuition and semester fees.
ETH Zurich – Where the future begins
Freedom and individual responsibility, entrepreneurial spirit and open-mindedness: ETH Zurich stands on a bedrock of true Swiss values. Our university for science and technology dates back to the year 1855, when the founders of modern-day Switzerland created it as a centre of innovation and knowledge. At ETH Zurich, students discover an ideal environment for independent thinking, researchers a climate which in-spires top performance. Situated in the heart of Europe, yet forging connections all over the world, ETH Zurich is pioneering effective solutions to the global challenges of today and tomorrow.
Some 530 professors teach around 20,500 students – including 4,100 doctoral students – from over 120 countries. Their collective research embraces many disciplines: natural sciences and engineering sciences, architecture, mathematics, system-oriented natural sciences, as well as management and social sciences. Every year ETH registers around 90 patents and 200 inventions on average. ETH also has an excellent reputation in scientific circles: 21 Nobel laureates have studied, taught or researched here.
The Institute of Science, Technology and Policy (ISTP) aims at making a major contribution towards increasing the policy relevance of scientific research at ETH Zurich, and towards educating students and future decision-makers in government, the private sector, and society at the interface of science, engineering, and policy-making.
ETH Zurich’s Institute of Science, Technology and Policy (ISTP) offers an interdisciplinary specialised Master’s (MSc) Programme (120 ECTS) in order to enable students who have already completed a degree in science and engineering to acquire policy analysis skills, while deepening their knowledge of science and engineering at the Master’s level. This full-time programme is taught in English by internationally known faculty and experts.
The entry requirement is a BSc degree with minimum 180 ECTS in science or engineering (including mathematics and architecture). The MSc STP curriculum focuses on developing policy analysis skills (25%), advancing science and engineering skills in one of five possible areas (25%), case study seminars and elective courses (25%), as well as a Master’s thesis. A selection of five minors provide students with knowledge beyond the foundations in their Bachelor’s degree programme, to deepen subject knowledge and methodology in the specialist area. The Master’s thesis should combine skills in science, engineering, and policy analysis in order to study specific societal challenges.
The Master’s programme in Science, Technology and Policy starts every year in the autumn term (mid-September). The ETH Admissions Office offers full details regarding the application procedure and current information about the application deadline.
Further information about the MSc ETH STP can be found on the ISTP webpage.
Graduates with a Master’s degree in Science, Technology, and Policy will be highly qualified to pursue a professional career in the fields of:
- Research and Education
- Industry and Government
- International Organisations
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