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Department of Informatics

Advisory Services

  • Internship, Master’s Project, Independent Studies, Bachelor’s/Master’s Theses, etc.
  • General questions related to studying
  • Appointments for Study Advisory

Please consult the Study Regulations and Fact Sheets first.

Study Coordination Bachelor/Master and Contact Student Advisory

Daniela Bärtschi
Office BIN 2.B.11
Binzmühlestrasse 14
8050 Zürich
Phone +41 44 635 43 21
Study Coordination front desk opening hours: Mon/Wed/Thu 9:30 to 11:30

The Study Coordination will remain closed from 18 July (noon) until 4 August 2024.

Administrative Questions

For example booking modules, degrees, transfer of credit, mobility, admission, restrictions/additional requirements, petitions: Please consult the General Study Information first.

Faculty of Business, Economics and Informatics, Dean's Office

Rämistrasse 71
8006 Zürich
UZH City Campus
Opening hours


Students with surnames from A to J: Bea Girardet, E-mail

Students with surnames from K to O: Donata Mikosch, E-mail

Students with surnames from P to S: Richard Müller-Winter, E-mail

Students with surnames from T to Z: Susanne Erber, E-mail

Master’s Admission: Stefania Muscella, E-mail

Ombudspersons/Academic Integrity Officers

In cases of conflict, students can contact the ombudspersons of the Department of Informatics:

Prof. Dr. Martin Glinz, Phone +41 44 635 45 70, E-mail 

Prof. Dr. Elaine Huang, Phone +41 44 635 44 11, E-mail

Weiterführende Informationen

Faculty of Business, Economics and Informatics

Contact points suggested by VSUZH

The VSUZH (Verband Studierende Universität Zürich, public corporation of the students of the University of Zurich) provides these links to contact points:

Code of conduct for scientific integrity

The Code of conduct for scientific integrity describes a common understanding of scientific integrity and defines which responsibilities follow from this understanding, along the lines of best practices.

Advisory Service for Employees

The Employee Assistance Office opens its doors to employees of the University of Zurich. UZH staff, including PhD students, have easy access to free advice if they are experiencing difficulties in the workplace.