The UniDistance Suisse teaching model allows you to study online without having to work alone. You are supported throughout your studies thanks to regular interactions with other students and your teaching teams, as well as Student Services. You have great flexibility in how you organise your studies, whilst still benefiting from a clear framework to ensure motivation and regular learning. 




Studies at UniDistance Suisse are designed to be completed on a part-time basis, for example alongside a job. If you wish to enroll in extra modules, you can submit a request to Student Services, contingent upon achieving excellent results by the conclusion of the second semester.

Classes are held about once a month.

Exams take place at the end of the semester, and continuous testing takes place throughout the semester.

You will find the timetable of the sessions at least 6 months before the beginning of the semester on the pages of the different courses.

No, it is not, but attendance is strongly encouraged: classes are an integral part of the pedagogical scenario set up in our courses. They allow for in-depth study of the subject matter, the study of concrete cases and interactive exercises.

There is no set rule: everyone must find the ideal system based on their life and private and professional obligations. It's crucial to have good organization to successfully balance everything, and this also requires the support of your personal and professional circles. It's important to be well aware of your individual resources to find a balance among all these aspects and successfully complete your studies.

On average, we estimate that students should allow 20 to 30 hours per week.

In reality, this depends on the student's prior academic background, their ease of learning, the topics covered in the modules, the semester period (more hours may be needed for revision before exams), and the activities within the modules, etc. It's important to be aware of these factors so that you can make adjustments to your weekly timetable.

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. 

You do not need such a permit because you are not required to be a resident in Switzerland to study with us. Your nationality plays no role in your admission. Only the formal criteria outlined in the Admission Regulations are considered.

Yes; you don't need to live in Switzerland to study with us.