Adult education & courses in Zug
Most courses in Zug are conducted in German but there are a few English language options in town and several in the surrounding area. Expat networking groups in Zug are a good source of insider information and inspiration for personal enrichment.
University study in Zug
CRUS created a very useful and comprehensive list of all degree programmes in Switzerland that are offered in English. The Bologna Reform is a system to recognise foreign qualifications. It was created to facilitate mobility in the tertiary education sector. Switzerland was amongst the first countries to sign and implement this declaration.
Many universities offer flexible study options for mature students, with evening and Saturday classes allowing for work and family commitments. Post-graduate degree courses can be taken when requirements such as a recognised tertiary education, work experience and permission to study in Switzerland are met.
While many of the higher education opportunities in Zug are taught in German, nearby universities like University of Lucerne and Zurich University welcome international students and offer select programmes in English. Find out more information in the articles Adult education courses in Lucerne and Adult education courses in Zurich.
To learn a language, a new hobby, or new skills, there are special interest courses available for most needs and interests. Looking for online learning courses could help for busy schedules. Migros Club School and Loreto (DE) are popular schools in Zug, although courses are generally taught in German at both places.