Computer Lab Facility:
We believe in hands-on training provision. As an institute of excellence, we have an up-to-date and state-of-the-art computer laboratory sufficient for student groups to have their practical training. It is our policy to update and upgrade the lab from time to time to meet the ever-changing nature of technology.
Photocopying and Printing Facilities:
Students may avail themselves of the photocopying facilities provided by the SwissUniHEI at nominal charge. Students are permitted to print necessary documents and study materials free up to 200 pages per year. But additional pages are also allowed to be printed by a nominal charge.
Modern Teaching Technology:
We are dedicated in maintaining the quality of academic and extra-curricular activities using all present day modern teaching technologies. Our qualified and experienced lecturers are provided with state-of-the-art teaching equipment to prepare and deliver their class lectures. We bring up to date syllabus & course materials from the awarding bodies which reflect the advances and latest research in the particular area of study.
We understand that not all students have the similar capability and efficiency on their courses of study. That's why individual needs of the students have to be taken care of during teaching and learning. Our class size is deliberately kept small so that the lecturer can take care of each and every student to give him/her the best possible support to fulfil the learning outcomes.
Our academic and teaching staffs are qualified to the post-graduation level; in fact several with research degrees at their specific fields and almost all of them have considerable teaching experience. These allow them to deliver quality tuition in all of our courses. They take extra care on preparing lesson plan, lecture hand-outs and make sure active participation of all the students in the class.
If students have any particular issue or concern they are suggested to contact their course tutor. We expect most of the issues will be dealt with importance and with due care. However, if it is not resolved the associate of the Dean will take over the matter if applicable. We therefore, ask students to submit their complaints in writing. We encourage and appreciate our students for their feedback which helps us improving our services over all.
Family members of students coming to Switzerland
If you hold a Swiss settlement permit C your family can join you in Switzerland under the family reunification programme but if you only hold a temporary residence permit B you are not entitled to do this, however it may be allowed under certain circumstances. It's up to the local cantonal migration authorities to decide whether to allow your family to come to Switzerland or not.
If you hold a Swiss residence permit C
The Swiss residence permit C allows permanent residency in Switzerland after 10 years' continuous residence (or five years for US and Canadian citizens).
If you hold a permit C (settlement permit), you can bring your spouse or registered partner and any children under the age of 18 to live with you in Switzerland as part of the family reunification programme. They may need a visa to enter Switzerland. When they arrive, they should go to the cantonal immigration and labour market authorities.
If you hold a Swiss residence permit B or L
Permit L (for up to a year) and Permit B (for up to 5 years and it can be renewed for next 5 years) are both short-term or temporary residence permits allowing the holder to stay in Switzerland.
Neither permit grants the holder the automatic right to bring family members to Switzerland under the family reunification programme. However, the cantonal migration authorities may allow you to do so if you can prove that you have enough living space for the entire family to live together and, if you are self-employed or not working, that you can support everyone financially. Family members means spouse and unmarried children under 18; unmarried/same-sex dependent partners may need to fulfil certain specific criteria. You'll need to contact the local cantonal authorities in the first instance.
Help to Find a Part-Time Job:
SwissUniHEI maintains close relationships with local job
agencies, business and employers. We give every help to our students
to find voluntary job, paid part-time employment and job placement
with suitable employers.
Time to time SwissUniHEI runs career seminars to advice students on their career choice, how to find a potential employer, how to prepare a successful CV and interview techniques. We provide students with job searching facilities i.e. use of Internet, magazines, journals and employers' contacts.