Haute Ecole de Gestion Arc
Inaugurated in 2011, the main campus of HE-Arc is located next to the Neuchâtel train station, a few minutes from the active city center and the lake shores. It allows students and staff of the institution to meet each other everyday in a healthy and rich intellectual emulation.
Most of the classes are taught in French, except for a few lectures in the Bachelor in Economic Law program (in English or German).
You can find the details about lectures on the website pages of the following study programs :
Students, teachers and employees of the Haute Ecole Arc can enjoy two brand new buildings on the Neuchâtel Campus.
The Campus has – in addition to classrooms, laboratories and practical rooms – many state-of-the-art amenities and infrastructures such as a large auditorium, a library which is also open to the public, work and relaxation areas, computer rooms, a cafeteria / restaurant as well as a cafeteria equipped with tray meals and a videoconference room
The region is particularly renowned for the lake which owns the same name, but the canton of Neuchâtel also attracts travelers with its picturesque villages, majestic landscapes and its impressive cultural offering. Surrounded by mountains and crystal-clear waters, it is a pleasant place for walks, swims and winter sports.
Good to know
The living cost in Neuchâtel is 44% higher than in France. Calculate your budget carefully!
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This information is provided as a guide.
Please visit the partner university’s website to have exact updated information.
ICD : 2nd, 3rd, 4th year
Resume (in English)
Transcript of records
Cover letter (in English)
Additional documents will be requested according to the destination
Orientation : a week before lectures start
Lectures start : mid-September
End of lectures and exams : end of January
Orientation : few days before lectures start
Lectures start : mid-February
End of lectures and exams : end of June
ID Card or passport (compulsory for destinations outside the EU) valid for six months after your return date.
No visa is required for EU / EFTA citizens. Students from other countries (outside EU / EFTA) must apply for a visa to the Swiss embassy or consulate in their country.
For more information :
Accommodation: around CHF 800/month
Food: CHF 400/month
Transport: CHF 70/month
Other expenses: CHF 200/month
Administrative fees: CHF 150 on arrival for third states students / CHF 65 on arrival for EU / EFTA students
The Mobility Office can book an accommodation at a preferential rate. However, the number of rooms is limited. Students who wish to apply must contact the Mobility Office before the application deadline.