School of Business and Engineering Vaud
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|Established||1956 as "Technicum Cantonal Vaudois"|
|Location||Yverdon-les-bains, Canton of Vaud, Switzerland|
The School of Engineering and Management Vaud or the School of Business and Engineering Vaud (abbrev. HEIG-VD, in the official french form Haute Ecole d'Ingénierie et de Gestion du Canton de Vaud) is a public university in Yverdon-les-Bains, Switzerland. It was created by the merger of the EIVD (School of Engineering of the State of Vaud) and the HEG-VD (School of Business of the State of Vaud) on August 1, 2004. With its 2000 students, the HEIG-VD is the largest branch of the University of Applied Sciences Western Switzerland (HES-SO) and participates actively in regional, national, and international research and industry development in all areas covered by its teaching.
As of fall 2006, HEIG-VD is based at a larger urban campus of three adjacent sites at Yverdon-les-Bains: Route de Cheseaux, Centre St-Roch et Centre Y-Parc.
- Electrical Engineering
- Systems Engineering
- Computer Science
- Media Engineering
- Business Administration
- Engineering and Management
Started in September 2009, this Master program offer two different majors :
- Industrial Technologies (TIN)
- Information and Communication Technologies (TIC)
Launched at the start of the 2008/2009 academic year, this master offer five different majors :
- Entrepreneurship (syllabus in English/French or English/German)
- Integrated Management of Information and Communication Systems
- Service Management and Service Engineering
- Public and Quasi-public Management
- Hospitality & Tourism (syllabus in English and French)
- "Formations Bachelor"
- "Formations Master"
- "HES-SO Master Of Science In Engineering"
- "HES-SO Master Of Science In Business Administration"