The HES-SO Geneva offers university-level tertiary training courses based on professional practice. It provides bachelors and masters. A member of the Higher Specialized School of Western Switzerland, it is a fundamental player in the economic and socio-cultural fabric of Geneva. The Hautes Écoles Specialisees Geneve (Haute École de Travail Social) has 6 schools (Engineering and Architecture, Economy and Services, Design and Visual Arts, Music and Performing Arts, Health, Social work), 18 training locations, 27 bachelors, 17 masters, 9 unique training courses in French-speaking Switzerland.
The applied research is one of the four basic missions under the Federal Law on Universities of Applied Sciences, alongside training, services and the development of international collaborations. The HES-SO Geneva has several institutes and centers in each of its six schools to carry out this mission. The international dimension of the HES-SO Geneva, translated in particular by exchanges (mobility) and collaborations with foreign partners, is a central concern. Internationalization should enable Genevas HES schools to offer their students an openness to the world, an international culture and access to foreign universities teaching programs.
he HES-SO Geneva is a fundamental player in the economic, social and cultural fabric of Geneva. Its six universities offer tertiary education at university level, focused on professional practice and Euro-compatible; They award 27 bachelors and 17 masters. Its 11 research institutes participate in numerous regional, national and international projects.
HES-SO Geneva is a member of the University of Applied Sciences of Western Switzerland. It hosts more than 5,000 students. Its schools are: High School of Landscape, Engineering and Architecture, High School of Management, High School of Art and Design, High School of Music, High School of Health and High School of social work. The statistical analysis of the college of HESGE HES-SO are 5436, 737 employment and part-time students, 1228 diplomas.