Study at Franklin this summer!
Plans change fast in the world we live in, and Franklin University Switzerland has adapted its summer programs to meet your needs, both on campus and online.
Franklin University Switzerland combines rigorous academic programs with valuable experiential learning on-site and online, especially designed for summer 2021. Guest lecturers and Franklin faculty will come together to deliver a diverse array of courses that focus on highly relevant global issues. Topics include Finance, Psychology, Business, Art, Politics, Media, Environmental Issues, and more.
Programs are available for students of different ages and educational levels. Develop your academic talents among an international student population and take advantage of the unique, real-world learning experiences offered by our faculty. Join a network that spans the globe.
All courses are taught in English, with the exception of language-learning classes. For students unable to travel to Switzerland, we have special online rates and learning opportunities so that you can share in the Franklin experience, even from afar.
Students joining us in person will also enjoy:
- The warm Ticino climate, complete with palm trees and the Swiss and Italian Alps as your panoramic backdrop
- Comfortable and modern housing, with a new building and additional accommodations tentatively scheduled to be completed in 2021
- Locally-sourced foods at our dining centers
- Campus services that are ready to support you throughout your stay
Who can apply? Choose the program that's right for you.
Open to University Students and Graduating High School Seniors
Interim Session 1:May 17 - May 28
Session 1:May 31 - June 24
Session 2:June 28 - July 22
Many course options are available!
Open to High-school Juniors and Seniors, age 15+
Experience a unique educational summer program and receive university credit.
Open to professionals with a a bachelor’s degree or practical work experience in the medical field.
Two-week course exploring evidence-based care practices in pregnancy, birth and postpartum across western cultures and societies
June 30 - July 9, 2021