The University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland FHNW is one of eight state-accredited universities of applied sciences in Switzerland. Its nine schools all meet federal requirements by offering:
Higher-education experts in Switzerland and abroad have attested to the FHNW’s high degree of professionalism and quality by means of quality-assurance peer reviews.
The FHNW was formed from a merger in 2006 of diverse tertiary institutions long established throughout the northwestern region of Switzerland: three Universities of Applied Sciences (Aargau, Basel-Stadt and Basel-Landschaft, and Solothurn), the School of Education of Solothurn and the School of Education and Social Sciences of Basel-Stadt and Basel-Landschaft and the Academy of Music Basel. Switzerland’s Federal Council authorised the establishment of the FHNW in 2003 and approved all of its existing programmes of study.
Academy of Art and Design FHNW, Institute of Experimental Design and Media CulturesDiversity at the university - we seek differentnessYour tasksThe teaching and research activities of the Institute of Experimental Design and Media Cultures (IXDM) ...