Preparation for study programmes


University of Applied Sciences of the Grisons students have different educational backgrounds. Some have completed an apprenticeship and acquired a vocational business diploma, while others hold a high school diploma or have a qualification from a PET college. Take advantage of the opportunity to attend a preparatory course or undertake self-study to freshen up on certain knowledge to ensure that you are equipped for your study programme.

Preparation for the bachelor's study programmes Tourism and Service Design

Knowledge of mathematics

Prior knowledge, at the level of the Swiss Vocational Baccalaureate (orientation Economics and Services), is required for the module Mathematics. The Moodle course 'Prior knowledge of mathematics' shows you the required prior knowledge and helps you brush up on any lack of knowledge.

Knowledge of accounting

At the start of the study programme, accounting knowledge at the level of the Swiss Vocational Baccalaureate (orientation Economics and Services) is required. If you acquired your vocational school-leaving certificate a long time ago or you do not or no longer possess basic knowledge of double-entry accounting, we recommend that you acquire this knowledge as part of your self-study.