Education and research

Regionally anchored, nationally recognised.

There are more than 2,000 students at the Graubünden University of Applied Sciences – and they aren’t just in Chur for the view of the mountains. Here, they can learn everything they will need to start a career in architecture, multimedia or management – and break new ground in the process.

Education and research

Research at the highest level.

The Academia Raetica in Davos, high up in the Graubünden Alps, is the primary contact point for scientific education and research in Graubünden, carrying out cutting-edge research at the highest level. It provides information and fosters a network among the canton’s universities and businesses, while ensuring the local institutions, which have been carrying out important research for over 100 years, can continue to break new ground in the future.

Education and research

A place in the sun.

The research carried out at the Physical Meteorological Observatory Davos/World Radiation Center in Davos PMOD/WRC (see image) aims to increase our knowledge of solar radiation and the Earth’s climate. To this end, the institute develops, among other things, measuring instruments for space and the Earth, setting calibration standards and thus ensuring the homogeneity of measurements made across the globe.