MSE Master of Science in Engineering

The Swiss engineering master's degree


Industry and Services

A solution is close at hand.

Do you need a wind tunnel, sound measurement room, measurement technology room, climate chamber or high-performance computing cluster for your project, or would you like to produce a short run of wafers? Or would you like to benefit from an external perspective on a problem in your company to help you identify new solution methods? Maybe you would simply like to take new, innovative approaches.

Your partners for research and development

Take advantage of the infrastructure and expertise available at Switzerland’s Universities of Applied Sciences. Work with students taking the “Master of Science in Engineering MSE” within the framework of MSE specialisation projects or MSE master’s theses, for example. The master’s students have already studied engineering to a bachelor’s degree level. In other words, they already have a practical qualification with sound theoretical foundations. They are now developing their specialist skills in one of 14 profiles. They are also receiving guidance from lecturers at their University of Applied Sciences. These advisors have many years of experience in third-level teaching and in applied research and development.
Are you interested? Please contact us in one of two ways:

  • Use the general contact information of the Universities of Applied Sciences.

  • Select a suitable profile and contact the specialists at a University of Applied Sciences.
    Please find below an overview of which profiles are offered by each Universities of Applied Sciences.

Overview of which profiles are offered by each University of Applied Sciences (UAS).

Roberto Lombardi, International Senior Director Internal Audit & CSR, Guess Europe

Roberto Lombardi, International Senior Director Internal Audit & CSR, Guess Europe

"Today, more than ever, companies need the driving force that is sparked by the innovative vision of the new generation. The Master's student made a valuable contribution to our team; the investment was clearly worthwhile. The student helped us rethink established routines, and brought in fresh approaches that were backed by the scientific rigour of an academic background."

MSE graduate Baton Shala on his master's thesis

MSE graduate Baton Shala on his master's thesis

"I investigated in the question whether a Smart City can also be economically viable for companies that do not themselves have information and communication technologies as a core competence."