Do you have a disability?

Distance learning is the perfect solution for people who have difficulty travelling.

It is also intended for people who have many medical appointments as well as all those who do not feel comfortable in crowded auditoriums. 

At UniDistance Suisse, you study at home, with complete peace of mind.

Frequently asked questions by people with a handicap on distance studies

You receive all the support you require from our Student Services and our teaching teams.

When you enrol, contact our Student Services to let them know your situation. They will be pleased to give you information and offer you support.

Once you are enrolled, get in touch with your teaching teams. They will be able to arrange your exams for example, or set up support adapted to your situation.  

The great advantage of distance learning lies in the very fact that you study at home, according to the schedules and the pace that suit you best. 

Your study platform is your classroom: this is where you find your programme, your schedules, your lectures, the work to be done and the discussion forums with the teaching staff and other students. 

You meet your professors and other students during Zoom sessions, known as virtual classes. Again, there no need to travel.

Studying remotely is therefore the ideal solution for you.

Yes, all our degrees are recognised in Switzerland and internationally, in the same way as those of Swiss universities, for example. UniDistance Suisse is a university institute recognised and accredited in accordance with the Swiss law on higher education (LEHE).

For many employers, people who successfully complete their employment studies demonstrate strong potential in terms of both soft skills and technical skills.  

The fees regulations are depend on the course of study. Added to this are costs of course materials and travel if necessary.
 Details of the costs to be covered by students are set out in the Fees Regulations.

At UniDistance Suisse, a Bachelor's degree takes 9 months to complete, and a Master can take 5 to 6 semesters, depending on which programme. You have some level of flexibility: normally, students take two modules per semester, but it is always possible to take just one or to take a one-semester break if need be. 

Voices of distant learning with a handicap, illness or neurodiversity

Portrait of Théo Wider

Théo Wider

History student

Portrait of Sarah Loor-Bravo

Sarah Loor-Bravo

Bachelor of Law Graduate
Master of Law student
Academic and integration guide

Are you looking for...

Flexible studying that fits into your schedule?

Organise your studies according to your constraints.

How does flexible studying work?

Support from your teaching teams?

Receive personalised support and stay in touch with other students.

How will I be supported?

A recognised and quality degree?

Our degrees are recognised by the Confederation…. 

Are our degrees recognised?

Personal and professional success?

Our students find jobs and improve their self-esteem.

What do our students say?