The aim of the HES-SO Master of Science in Engineering (MSE) is to train future engineers who are capable of taking responsibility for large-scale projects in technological and civil engineering fields.
From academic year 2021-2022, 7 majors will be offered :
The programme at a glance
HES-SO Master of Science in Engineering
Applications for the academic year 2021-22 are closed. Applications for the academic year 2022-23 will open in December 2021
Classes take place in Lausanne, Yverdon, Genève, Sion, Fribourg, Neuchâtel, Berne and Zurich, depending on the major chosen
Full time or part time
CHF 500 per semester (tuition fees)
CHF 250 per semester (study expenses)
CHF 150 (registration fee)
- Info session
Various career prospects are possible, depending on the major chosen. These are described below
Pandemic and teaching modes
The pandemic forced us to switch to distance learning in spring 2020. Currently, theory is still taught in distance mode, while practice and projects are generally taught in the laboratories of the Universities of Applied Sciences (HEI). For the start of the 2021 academic year, if the situation allows it, we will reintroduce the face-to-face mode of teaching while keeping for some teaching a distance mode when it is more appropriate. From now on, the MSE aims to increase the quality of teaching by combining face-to-face and distance learning in an optimal way.