Food technology, biotechnology and analytical chemistry are the three majors of the Bachelor's programme in Life Technologies. The future engineers are supervised by lecturers who are active in teaching and research.
The degree programme and the Life Technologies Institute are committed to providing high-quality training for tomorrow's professionals in the fields of chemistry, food technology and biotechnology.
This degree programme is taught in French and German.
The school of engineering (HEI), a dynamic and innovative team of 220 collaborators, is proud to announce that together with its academic partners EHL, ETHZ and EPFL, is now Valley partners of the Swiss Food and Nutrition Valley. Being a partner, the HEI will be able to look into collaborating through impact platforms such as sustainable proteins, where traditional agriculture is being rethought, and sustainable packaging, where innovative solutions for changing the current tide on waste are being researched. This partnership will lead to further collaboration and connections with innovative companies and investors to apply our numerous researches done in Ra&D at our Institute of Life Technologies.