Fully Accredited

All Swiss Short Courses are offered by SIMI Swiss, a fully accredited institution in Zug, Switzerland.

Fully Online

With Swiss Short Courses cutting-edge e-learning platform, your campus never sleeps.

Full Refunds

The tuition fee will be fully refunded when a learner enrolls in a degree program at SIMI Swiss.

Fully Recognized

Your profession is fully recognized and highly valued by both the professional and business sectors.

We take on any challenge in the professional world and help you overcome it and succeed.

our pedagogy

Gain knowledge immediately after you put down your screen through self-study.


Tell Me

What do I need to know? Bite-sized content that introduces theories and concepts. These sections are used to introduce key constructs, theories, and ideas with brief but pertinent explanations that learners can relate to and written in an appealing style that they can relate to. Where applicable differing theories should be included so that learners can compare and contrast theories/models and evaluate them in the context of the skills they exhibit/need to develop.

Show Me

Can I have an example? The use of practical/illustrative examples to underpin the concepts and theories presented. These are designed to show learners how the ideas presented are related to the real world and real-world examples. This could be in the form of visuals, case studies, or anecdotes. The key point is that whatever is used must kindle some form of emotion and realism. They must also be current and valid and appeal to an international audience.

Involve Me

How is this relevant to me? Application of the theories and concepts presented. These are designed to allow the learner to synthesize knowledge by getting them to do something that is relevant to them and that is directly applicable to their working role/environment. Some examples include reflective exercises, presenting them with a work-based scenario, and asking open-ended questions (e.g., how they go about performing a particular task, asking them how they would respond to a certain situation, case study analysis). This gives them the opportunity to challenge ideas.

Show Me More

Where can I find out more? Additional directed learning, so learners can find out more about the subject/subject areas.

Test me

What have I learnt? Self-assessment to check learning and understanding. This is used for students to check their understanding of each section. This could be in the form of word searches, games, missing words, quizzes, etc. Refer to the sample model for guidance.

Remind me

What have we covered? Summary of all the key points and issues raised. This is the last thing that they will see, so it needs to be structured in a way that aids retention.


How can I measure my learning? Feedback relating to appropriate learning opportunities to reinforce and consolidate learning.

University Parners

Swiss Shortcourse is also recognized in the academic sector

With the support of partner universities, students who complete the Swiss Short Course program can register to transfer to programs at partner universities, have all their tuition fees transferred, and receive many exclusive benefits.

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