University of Applied Sciences Northwestern Switzerland Popular
The FHNW (University of Applied Sciences Northwestern Switzerland, De: Fachhochschule Nordwestschweiz) was formed from the merger in 2006 of three Universities of Applied Sciences (Aargau, Basel-Stadt and Basel-Land, and Solothurn), the School of Education of Solothurn and the School of Education and Social Sciences of Basel-Stadt and Basel-Land and the Academy of Music Basel [the Musik-Akademie der Stadt Basel]. The FHNW and its nine Schools are distributed over four cantons, and the campuses are in Aarau, Basel, Brugg, Liestal, Muttenz, Olten, Solothurn, Windisch and Zofingen. The Schools all meet the requirements of the Federal Office for Professional Education and Technology (BBT/OPET) by offering:
Degree-level programmes of study
Continuing education (Diplomas of Advanced Studies, Certificates of Advanced Studies)
Application-oriented research and development
Services to third-parties
Collaboration with other schools of higher education/research facilities in Switzerland and abroad
University of Applied Sciences Northwestern Switzerland in Canton of Aargau in Switzerland ... Die Fachhochschule Nordwestschweiz FHNW bietet mit ihren neun Hochschulen attraktive Aus- und Weiterbildung in verschiedenen Fachbereichen.