Bern University of Applied Sciences

Educational programmes


In addition to its activities in education and applied research, the Berne University of Applied Sciences itself implements various types of development cooperation projects in various fields. The BFH experts are active in more than 40 emerging and developing countries and concentrate their activities on the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations. The BFH has a broad spectrum of expertise that enables an interdisciplinary and practice-oriented approach to the challenges of international cooperation.

Internship possibilities

There are some possibilities of internships in development cooperation projects within the framework of studies

Quotes from Alumni

Bachelor in Agronomy, specialisation International Agriculture
Vincent Schmitt, Caritas Switzerland, Delegate for Food Security in Haiti
«The studies in International Agriculture are very varied. In addition to Swiss agriculture, it opens the horizon for agricultural practice worldwide. Moreover, the teaching method allows students to adapt quickly to new challenges - whether in their professional or private lives.»

Various locations in the Canton of Berne

Training and research fields
Agricultural, forest and food sciences, wood technology, architecture and civil engineering, social work, health, economics and management, computer science and technology, arts and sport.

Discover IC Panorama

What does international cooperation mean? In the panorama of the IC working world you will find definitions, actors and career examples.

cinfo’s newsletter

Remain updated about the current trends in Swiss international cooperation thanks to cinfo’s newsletter.

Share this page