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Welcome to the University of Zuerich


  • Museum Diversity

    Magnificent fossils, tropical plants or antique busts: discover the breadth and depth of university research in our museums and collections. Open to the public and free of charge.

    Museums and Collections

Inspiring Perspectives

The seven faculties at UZH cover the broadest subject range of any university in Switzerland, providing ample opportunity for transdisciplinary research and teaching.
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Public Lectures (Ringvorlesungen)

"Challenging Powers", "The New" or "The First Word": You are invited to the "Ringvorlesungen" of the fall semester. Free of charge, no registration required. Until 21 December.

Special Exhibitions

  • Honeymoon?

    The workshop exhibition at the Ethnographic Museum provides insights into current research between ethnology and provenance research.
    Until 21 January 2024.
  • Business Idea?

    The workshop exhibition at the Ethnographic Museum explores the commercial collecting practice and the relationships it creates.
    Until 21 January 2024.
  • Looted Goods?

    The workshop exhibition at the Ethnographic Museum shines a light on objects that may have been looted from China.
    Until 12 May 2024.
  • Mask Dances?

    The Ethnographic Museum is displaying masks, costumes and ritual objects from Sri Lanka. The exhibition creates space for encounters and questions the museum's own history.
    Until 15 September 2024.
  • JAPARI (Online Exhibition)

    Meet the magic of kené – ancestral Shipibo-Konibo geometric designs, which are usually illu­strated in tapes­tries or ceramics.
Visual Fish 'n' Grips

Offers for Schools

UZH offers workshops, tours, events, continuing education courses and much more for primary and high school students, teachers and school heads.
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Solidarity with Ukraine

Russia's war of aggression against Ukraine lasts on. UZH continues to support refugees, people affected, and UZH members.