Adult Education & Courses in Lucerne Find the right education for you

Switzerland is renowned for its high quality education system, which is well-suited for full and part-time study. Training institutions are subject to rigorous qualification standards that guarantee high quality and appropriate training. Several organisations can help with information and advice.

Adult education and courses in Lucerne 

There is an assortment of adult education options in Lucerne, although many of the courses are taught in German. Find out insider information and be inspired towards personal enrichment by networking with fellow expats and friendly locals. 
 

University study in Lucerne

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. 

The University of Lucerne is a small modern university specialising in Theology, Humanities and Law. Some postgraduate study and professional training is available in English, but English is available more widely in larger cities like Zurich.
 

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Part-time courses & professional training 

Whether learning a language, taking up a new hobby, or acquiring valuable skills, there are special interest courses available for all needs and interests. Online learning courses are a good option for those wanting flexibility. The Migros Club School offers classes on a huge range of topics but they are usually taught in German. 

Author: karen marie schoendorf

Karen is the Branch Manager for Packimpex's offices in Zurich and Zug. Originally from England, Karen lived for many years in Germany and has now settled in Switzerland. Prior to joining Packimpex Karen was the Director for Berlitz in Zurich and in Germany.

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  • 7/11/13 10:31 AM

    You are looking for a quiet place to study or to do your homework for your language course? I can recommend the new university building in Lucerne just next to the train station. There is a library and usually there are free seats available. Only during the exam period it's quite crowded and of course the students have priority over non-students.

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